Microsoft Office 2010 with Microsoft Office 2010 Evaluation Software

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The Microsoft Official Academic Courseware (MOAC) Office 2010Series is the only Official Academic Course Material. The new andenhanced MOAC/ Microsoft Office 2010 System features Enhanced WileyDesktop Editions as well as many other enhanced features designedto re-enforce workforce skills. The addition of animated tutorialsin the Enhanced Wiley Desktop Editions and WileyPLUS courses,textbooks include additional materials on different skill levels tohelp users keep pace. WileyPLUS and an automatic Office ...

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Overview

The Microsoft Official Academic Courseware (MOAC) Office 2010Series is the only Official Academic Course Material. The new andenhanced MOAC/ Microsoft Office 2010 System features Enhanced WileyDesktop Editions as well as many other enhanced features designedto re-enforce workforce skills. The addition of animated tutorialsin the Enhanced Wiley Desktop Editions and WileyPLUS courses,textbooks include additional materials on different skill levels tohelp users keep pace. WileyPLUS and an automatic Office assignmentgrader provides immediate feedback on every assignment, to helpusers practice and hone skills at their own pace.

MOAC/ Microsoft Office 2010 System is built from the ground-uparound the MOS® certification objectives- making it a greatway to learn all the workforce-oriented tasks required forcertification. The Test Bank now offers greater flexibility andprovides more than 75 questions and 3 projects per lesson, as wellas automated grading via OfficeGrader. Furthermore, the latestedition's use of color in screen captures allows users to follow onscreen much easier, as screen captures will look the exact same asthe application. Additional projects throughout the bookhelps  users comprehend how a task is applied on the job.OfficeGrader functionality added to WileyPLUS provides immediatefeedback on all homework, assignments, and projects and additionalanimated tutorials on key Office tasks provides additional help ondifficult topics.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470908501
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/11/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1296
  • Sales rank: 609,018
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Table of Contents

PART I Microsoft® W indows® 7

LESSON 1: WINDOWS BASICS 3

LESSON 2: WORKING WITH FILES AND FOLDERS 27

Part II Microsoft® Word® 2010

LESSON 1: UNDERSTANDING WORD 55

LESSON 2: BASIC EDITING 85

LESSON 3: CHARACTER FORMATTING 114

LESSON 4: PARAGRAPH FORMATTING 133

LESSON 5: MANAGING TEXT FLOW 163

LESSON 6: CREATING TABLES 183

LESSON 7: USING ILLUSTRATIONS AND GRAPHICS 202

LESSON 8: WORKING WITH THEMES, QUICK PARTS, PAGE

BACKGROUNDS, AND HEADERS AND FOOTERS 231

LESSON 9: APPLYING REFERENCES AND HYPERLINKS 256

LESSON 10: ADVANCED FEATURES 276

PART III Microsoft® Excel® 2010

LESSON 1: OVERVIEW 303

LESSON 2: USING BACKSTAGE 324

LESSON 3: WORKING WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 2010 343

LESSON 4: FORMATTING CELLS AND RANGES 368

LESSON 5: FORMATTING WORKSHEETS 405

LESSON 6: MANAGING WORKSHEETS 437

LESSON 7: WORKING WITH DATA 459

LESSON 8: USING BASIC FORMULAS AND FUNCTIONS 483

LESSON 9: USING ADVANCED FORMULAS AND SECURING

WORKBOOKS 521

LESSON 10: CREATING AND MODIFYING CHARTS 540

PART IV Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010

LESSON 1: POWERPOINT ESSENTIALS 569

LESSON 2: PRESENTATION BASICS 603

LESSON 3: WORKING WITH TEXT 641

LESSON 4: DESIGNING A PRESENTATION 692

LESSON 5: ADDING TABLES, CHARTS, AND SMARTART GRAPHICS

TO SLIDES 724

LESSON 6: ADDING GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA

TO A PRESENTATION 752

LESSON 7: DELIVERING A PRESENTATION 799

PART V Microsoft® Outlook® 2010

LESSON 1: GETTING TO KNOW OUTLOOK 837

LESSON 2: E-MAIL BASICS 867

LESSON 3: MANAGING E-MAIL MESSAGES 931

LESSON 4: WORKING WITH CONTACTS 961

LESSON 5: OUTLOOK CALENDAR 995

PART VI Microsoft® Access® 2010

LESSON 1: DATABASE ESSENTIALS 1027

LESSON 2: CREATE DATABASE TABLES 1056

LESSON 3: WORK WITH TABLES AND DATABASE RECORDS 1075

LESSON 4: MODIFY TABLES AND FIELDS 1104

LESSON 5: CREATE FORMS 1128

LESSON 6: CREATE REPORTS 1150

LESSON 7: CREATE AND MODIFY QUERIES 1171

APPENDIX 1194

GLOSSARY 1195

CREDITS 1203

INDEX TK

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