PowerPoint 2010

Overview

The Microsoft Official Academic Courseware (MOAC) Office 2010Series is the only Official Academic Course Material. The new andenhanced MOAC/ Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 by Catherine Binderfeatures Enhanced Wiley Desktop Editions as well as many otherenhanced features designed to re-enforce workforce skills. Theaddition of animated tutorials in the Enhanced Wiley DesktopEditions and WileyPLUS courses, textbooks include additionalmaterials on different skill levels to help users keep pace.WileyPLUS and an ...

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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 PowerPoint 2010 by Catherine Binderfeatures Enhanced Wiley Desktop Editions as well as many otherenhanced features designed to re-enforce workforce skills. Theaddition of animated tutorials in the Enhanced Wiley DesktopEditions and WileyPLUS courses, textbooks include additionalmaterials on different skill levels to help users keep pace.WileyPLUS and an automatic Office assignment grader providesimmediate feedback on every assignment, to help users practice andhone skills at their own pace.

MOAC/ Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 is built from theground-up around the MOSĀ® certification objectives- making ita great way 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: 9780470908525
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/21/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

LESSON 1: POWERPOINT ESSENTIALS 1

LESSON 2: PRESENTATION BASICS 35

LESSON 3: WORKING WITH TEXT 73

LESSON 4: DESIGNING A PRESENTATION 124

CIRCLING BACK 1 156

LESSON 5: ADDING TABLES TO SLIDES 159

LESSON 6: USING CHARTS IN A PRESENTATION 190

LESSON 7: CREATING SMARTART GRAPHICS 217

LESSON 8: ADDING GRAPHICS TO A PRESENTATION 242

LESSON 9: USING ANIMATION AND MULTIMEDIA 284

CIRCLING BACK 2 310

LESSON 10: SECURING AND SHARING A PRESENTATION 315

LESSON 11: DELIVERING A PRESENTATION 337

CIRCLING BACK 3 372

APPENDIX A 375

APPENDIX B 382

GLOSSARY 383

CREDITS 386

INDEX 387

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