Covering all of the basics, this new book provides a solid foundation for introductory learners of the Office 2001 Macintosh integrated software. Part of our BASICS series, this text is ideal for first time users of this software suite.
|Edition description:||2ND SPRL|
|Product dimensions:||9.12(w) x 10.46(h) x 1.26(d)|
Table of Contents
Unit 1: Getting Started Lesson 1: Working with Basics Lesson 2: Creating and Managing Files Unit 2: Microsoft Word Lesson 1: Document Basics Lesson 2: Creating, Printing, and Sending a Document Lesson 3: Working with Basic Writing Tools Lesson 4: Using Basic Formatting Techniques Lesson 5: Enhancing Documents Lesson 6: Using Timesaving Features Lesson 7: Working with Tables Lesson 8: Working with Data Merge Lesson 9: Working with Graphic Objects Unit 3: Microsoft Excel Lesson 1: Understanding Workbook Basics Lesson 2: Using Formulas and Functions Lesson 3: Creating, Printing, and Distributing Worksheets Lesson 4: Formatting and Editing the Worksheet Lesson 5: Using Excel's Workbook Features Lesson 6: Working with Charts Lesson 7: Working with Database Features Unit 4: Microsoft PowerPoint Lesson 1: Creating a Presentation Lesson 2: Using Wizards and Templates, Printing, and Sending a Presentation Lesson 3: Text Editing and Formatting Lesson 4: Working with Graphic Objects Lesson 5: Inserting Tables and Charts Lesson 6: Additional PowerPoint Features Lesson 7: Delivering the Presentation Appendix A: Integration Appendix B: Working with Entourage