Mastering and Using Microsoft PowerPoint 2002: Introductory Course / Edition 1 available in Paperback
With over 50 years of combined experience as both academics and corporate trainers, Al Napier and Phil Judd have developed a proven approach to mastering and using application software. Through a realistic case approach, numerous business profiles, and coverage of MOUS certification objectives, learners gain the skills necessary to compete in today's ever-evolving business world.
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About the Author
H. Albert Napier is the professor of Management in the Jones Graduate School of Management at Rice University. Authoring over 60 textbooks, he is the Director of the Center of Management of Information Technology, owns a computer consulting and training company, and serves on the Board of Directors of several companies. Most recently he co-authored the Brief and Complete editions of Discovering the Internet for the Shelly Cashman Series.
Philip J. Judd is a principal of Napier & Judd, Inc. His consulting activities include the analysis and design of automated business systems, planning for large-scale computer operations, the design and implementation of PC network systems, and more. He received his MBA and BBA degrees from the University of Houston. His latest project for the Shelly Cashman Series has been to co-author both the Brief and Complete editions of Discovering the Internet.
Table of Contents
Office Unit Chapter 1: Getting Started With Microsoft Office XP Chapter 2: Working with Menus, Toolbars, and Task Panes Chapter 3: Introduction to the Internet and the World Wide Web PowerPoint Unit Chapter 1: Quick Start for PowerPoint Chapter 2: Editing and Formatting Slides Chapter 3: Working with ClipArt, Pictures, and WordArt Chapter 4: Using Drawing Tools Chapter 5: Working with Tables Chapter 6: Working with Charts Chapter 7: Preparing and Running a Slide Show Chapter 8: Preparing, Previewing, and Printing Presentation Documents Appendices A: Working with Windows 2000 B: Formatting Tips for Business Documents C: Using Microsoft Office XP Speech Recognition