Succeeding in Business Applications with Microsoft Office 2003: A Problem-Solving Approach / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
Succeeding in Business Applications with Microsoft Office 2003: A Problem-Solving Approach prepares students to solve real-life business problems using Microsoft Office applications. Moving beyond a basic "point and click" focus, it challenges students to use critical thinking and analysis to find efficient and effective solutions to real-life situations with business applications.
About the Author
Karin Bast teaches at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in the Information Systems department (College of Business). She received a BA in Mathematics and Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. For more than 20 years she had her own consulting firm.
Debra Gross started teaching to share her knowledge and experiences. She teaches at The Ohio State University in the department of Computer Science & Engineering. Debra received her MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in Finance and Accounting and a B.S. from MIT in Chemical Engineering.
Frank E. Akaiwa teaches at the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University. He holds degrees from Tennessee Technical University and Indiana University. Mr. Akaiwa worked as a civil engineer for the U.S. Navy. Mr. Akaiwa has thoroughly enjoyed helping students learn how to apply technology to contemporary business situations.
Gerard Flynn holds an MBA and is the technology training manager for Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. He teaches several classes, including Microsoft Access and Office, Outlook, and Computer Science for Business Majors. Flynn is committed to improving efficiency in the workplace by making computer programs accessible to everyone.
Theresa Flynn has an Ed.D. in Educational Technology. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Composition at Pepperdine University where she teaches. She has served as a technology consultant to the teacher education division and has trained faculty and pre-service teachers in integrating technology in their teaching.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Problem Solving Using Microsoft Office 2003 Section 1: Developing Effective Communication and Organization Plans Introduction to Communication and Organization with Microsoft Office 2003 Chapter 1: Developing Strategies for Managing Your Files Chapter 2: Conducting Business Research on the Web Chapter 3: Managing Everyday Communications with Microsoft Word Chapter 4: Delivering Professional Presentations with PowerPoint Section 2: Solving Business Problems with Spreadsheets Introduction to Problem Solving and Decision Making with Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Chapter 1: Applying Fundamental Excel Skills and Tools in Problem Solving Chapter 2: Solving Problems with Statistical Analysis Tools Chapter 3: Determining Effective Data Display with Charts Chapter 4: Applying Logic in Decision Making Chapter 5: Retrieving Data for Computation, Analysis, and Reference Chapter 6: Evaluating the Financial Impact of Loans and Investments Section 3: Solving Business Problems with Databases Introduction to Data Management with Microsoft Access 2003 Chapter 1: Preparing to Automate Data Management Chapter 2: Organizing Data for Information Retrieval Chapter 3: Analyzing Data for Effective Decision Making Chapter 4: Collecting Data with Well-Designed Forms Chapter 5: Developing Effective Reports Section 4: Integrating Business Applications for Maximum Results Introduction to Integration with Microsoft Office 2003 Chapter 1: Making Data Transportable and Universally Usable Chapter 2: Integrating Business Communications Section 5: Capstone Projects