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Overview

Prepare your students to transition their Office 2003 skills to the Office 2007 software with Upgrading to Microsoft Office 2007. This is the perfect guide to help your students easily understand the new features and skills within the Office 2007 software. Skills are presented in a highly visual two-page spread approach, combining action steps on the left with large, colorful visuals on the right. With the Upgrading text, your students will easily grasp the new user interface, the common tasks, and the new features of each application within Microsoft Office 2007.

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Meet the Author

Barbara Clemens has been a software product manager, editor, writer, and teacher since 1984. She has worked with educational publishers Addison-Wesley and Course Technology to create software textbooks for colleges and universities. She has edited, revised, and written many Microsoft Office texts and recently co-authored a textbook titled Upgrading to Office 2007. She holds a B.A. in English, an M.A. in English as a Second Language, and a Masters in Business Administration. She has worked as a university English instructor, computer trainer, and consultant, and is known for teaching computer software using careful, clear, and understandable instructions. She wrote and currently teaches a course called What's New in Microsoft Office 2007 for Ed2Go, a division of Cengage Learning.

In addition to writing Microsoft and Adobe textbooks for Course Technology, Barbara Waxer teaches Copyright and Digital Media at Santa Fe Community College. Her 2006 text, Internet Surf and Turf: The Essential Guide to Copyright, Fair Use and Finding Media, won the 2006 Texty Award, presented by the Text and Academic Authors Association, and the New England Book Show Award.

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Table of Contents

Unit A - Getting Started with Office 2007 Unit B - Upgrading to Word 2007 Unit C - Upgrading to Excel 2007 Unit D - Upgrading to Access 2007 Unit E - Upgrading to PowerPoint 2007 Upgrading Command Reference

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  • Posted January 20, 2009

    Now I feel like an expert

    Wow, I really feel like an Office expert now. In a clear concise way, the authors have allowed me to use Office in ways I never even knew existed. Kudos to all involved in the production of this book.

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