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Overview

The 2nd edition of Gardner's MIS Cases: Solving Small Business Scenarios Using Application Software is a problem solving book that contains practical assignments with business solving scenarios to grasp the skills for Microsoft Excel, Access, and simple web design. Each chapter offers a teaching case and two follow-up working cases as well as limited screen shots, only including a description of the case to solve, followed by questions to further reconfirm the skill set; existing only as figures of completed tasks.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470101223
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/16/2007
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 144
  • Product dimensions: 7.54 (w) x 9.35 (h) x 0.39 (d)

Table of Contents

PART 1 DEVELOPING A DATABASE APPLICATION 1

CHAPTER 1 Access—Tables and Forms 3

Case 1 Up the Hill Bakery 3

Case 2 Dr. Garrett’s Chiropractic Office 10

Case 3 Home Town Realty 16

CHAPTER 2 Access—Queries and Reports 24

Case 4 Up the Hill Bakery 24

Case 5 Earth Foods Grocery Store 33

Case 6 Destination Corporate Event

Planning, Inc. 40

CHAPTER 3 Access—Advanced Queries and Reports 47

Case 7 Up the Hill Bakery 47

Case 8 Sun and Beach Clothing 55

Case 9 Just Breathe Yoga Center 62

PART 2 DEVELOPING A SPREADSHEET APPLICATION 79

CHAPTER 4 Excel—Spreadsheet Basics 81

Case 10 Up the Hill Bakery 81

Case 11 Celebrations for Charity 87

Case 12 Dr. William Gardner’s Dental Office 92

CHAPTER 5 Excel—Intermediate Design Techniques 98

Case 13 Up the Hill Bakery 98

Case 14 JB Bike Rental 108

Case 15 Torero Tennis Team 114

CHAPTER 6 Excel—Advanced Design Techniques 121

Case 16 Up the Hill Bakery 121

Case 17 Maxine’s Travel Agency 131

Case 18 Thomas Paul Investment, Inc. 137

PART 3 DEVELOPING A WEBSITE APPLICATION 143

CHAPTER 7 Website Design 145

Case 19 Up the Hill Bakery 145

Case 20 Bella Spa 150

Case 21 Legends 153

Index 157

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