The SELECT Lab Series uses a highly visual, project-based approach that teaches readers through tasks supported by step-by-step instruction, and extensive 4-color figures tat guide learners through the basic skills and procedures necessary to demonstrate proficiency using each software application. The content of this text is driven the Microsoft Office User Specialist (MOUS) guidelines. Students work through step-by-step instructions in three projects designed to integrate files and data among Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. For anyone interested in becoming more proficient in Microsoft Office.
Overview of Windows. Overview of Windows. Identifying the Desktop Elements. Using a Mouse. Using the Basic Features of Windows. Using Menus and Toolbars. Working with Multiple Programs. Getting Help. Exiting Windows.
Common Elements in Office 2000.
Project 1 Basic Common Elements. Launching Applications. Performing Basic File Management Tasks. Changing File Properties. Using Help. Selecting Printers and Printing. Exiting Applications.
Project 2 Common Text and Art Elements. Working with Text. Using Proofing Tools. Adding Art in Office 2000. Creating and Manipulating Drawings.
Projects for Microsoft PowerPoint 2000. Introducing PowerPoint 2000. Defining PowerPoint Terminology. Designing a Presentation. Launching PowerPoint 2000. Creating a New Presentation. Summary and Exercises.
Project 1 Creating Presentations. Creating Blank Presentations. Adding Text to Slide Placeholders. Adding Slides to Presentations. Adding Text to Outlines and Slide Notes. Navigating Presentations. Proofing Presentations. Creating Presentations Using Wizards. Setting Up Pages and Printing Presentation Materials.
Project 2 Enhancing Presentations. Applying Presentation Templates. Creating aTable Slide. Selecting, Editing, and Formatting Presentation Slide Text. Formatting Slide Text Placeholders. Adding Art to Slides. Editing and Manipulating Art Objects. Animating Slide Text. Using Basic Text Animation Tools. Creating Custom Animations. Packing a Presentation to Go. Project 3 Viewing and Organizing Slide Shows. Presenting a Slide Show. Advancing Slides. Using the Slide Show Shortcut Menu. Rearranging Presentation Slides Using Slide Sorter View. Moving Slides. Copying and Duplicating Slides. Deleting Slides. Adding Slides from One Presentation to an Existing Presentation. Setting Action Buttons. Setting Action Button Actions. Adding Slide Transitions. Hiding Slides and Displaying Hidden Slides. Setting Presentations to Run Automatically.
Project 4 Working with Masters. Displaying Slide Masters. Adding Footers to Presentations. Changing Text Style and Alignment on Slide Masters. Changing Bullet Format on Slide Masters. Formatting the Slide Background. Customizing a Color Scheme. Inserting and Formatting Graphics on Slide Masters. Creating and Formatting Title Masters. Saving Presentation Designs as Templates. Bonus Feature: Sharing Files and Posting Presentations. Index.