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Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft Office 2010! This all-in-one guide is designed to help you practice and prepare for the four core Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams.
With the MOS 2010 Study Guide, you get full, objective-by-objective coverage for:
- Exam 77-881: Microsoft Word 2010
- Exam 77-882: Microsoft Excel 2010
- Exam 77-883: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
- Exam 77-884: Microsoft Outlook 2010
|Series:||MOS Study Guide Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.30(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.40(d)|
About the Author
Joan is the author or coauthor of more than three dozen books about Windows and Office (for the Windows, Mac, and iPad platforms) and three generations of Microsoft Office Specialist certification study guides. Joan is a Microsoft Certified Professional, Microsoft Office Specialist Master (for Office 2013, Office 2010, and Office 2007), Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (for Windows and Windows Server), Microsoft Certified Technology Associate (for Windows), Microsoft Dynamics Specialist, and Microsoft Certified Trainer.
Joyce Cox has 20+ years’ experience developing training materials on technical subjects for non-technical audiences, including dozens of books about Office and Windows.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I recently purchased this book because I was taking intermediate Excel 2010, the book was very helpfull and goes way beyond what was taught in school. Later in April I'm returning to school for intermediate Word and intermediate powerpoint. Thanks for the MOS Study Guide I'm confident I'll do well.
This book has been helpful and easy to follow. I am already familiar with the programs, but this text has brought to light features long forgotten...and some new ones to be sure. I haven't tested yet....when I do I will update this review! But I have no doubts at this point that this text has been useful. My only complaint is the lack of pre-testing software.
It real helps when you are taking the test, because it basically goes over everything.