A modern introduction to computing for schools and individuals dedicated to the Macintosh environment and the Macintosh human-computer interface philosophy. Discusses broad computing issues such as operating systems, networks, computer languages, and computer problem solving, then ties these issues specifically to the Macintosh. Provides in-depth, hands-on descriptions of graphics capabilities, word processing, spreadsheets and database management using Microsoft Works and MacPaint. Also covers other Macintosh applications such as Hypertext and desktop publishing.
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Table of Contents
MASTERING THE MACINTOSH ENVIRONMENT.
Introducing Visually Oriented Computing.
Getting Started with the Macintosh.
Interacting with Computing Environments.
Learning More about the Macintosh.
MASTERING PROBLEM-SOLVING USING MS WORKS.
Introducing Integrated Software Concepts.
Understanding Tasks Common to Works Modules.
Keeping Track with Databases.
Creating Database Reports.
Calculating and Charting with Spreadsheets.
Constructing Spreadsheet Formulas.
Solving More Complex Problems with Spreadsheets.
Communicating Using Computers.
Integrating Solutions with the Works Modules.
INVESTIGATING SOME ADVANCED CONCEPTS.
Preparing Complex Documents with MS Word.
Publishing from the Desktop with Pagemaker.
Extending the Relational Database Model.
Using Relational Database Power with Reflex Plus.
Examining Advanced Spreadsheet Features with Excel.
Exploring Computer Gnerated Sound, Music, and Animation.
Organizing Hypertext Information with HyperCard.