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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010

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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010: Textbook (hardcover)
ISBN: 978-0-82195-833-9
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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010: Textbook with Microsoft Office 2010 180-day Trial CD
ISBN: 978-0-82196-073-8
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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010: eBook (Code Mailed)
ISBN: 978-0-82196-022-6

Pages: 816 | Copyright: 2011

Author(s): Jan Marrelli


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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010: SNAP Classroom 2010 Training and Assessment Single Seat Site License
ISBN: 978-0-76384-754-8

A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 teaches students business application software including Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Each of the major Office programs is taught in introductory, intermediate, and advanced chapters that build students’ software competency. Students create a rich range of business, academic, and personal documents in a series of step-by-step practices and hands-on exercises.

  • Correlates to the National Standards for Business Education.
  • Includes preparing business letters, brochures, newsletters, blogs, HTML documents, invoices, pivot tables, inventory databases, and business presentations.
  • Reinforces new concepts with review questions and exercises, provides practice in critical thinking, and offers opportunities for collaborative research.
  • Presents bonus coverage of Internet Explorer, Outlook, Publisher, and OneNote.
  • Covers operating systems and file management.

Each chapter contains the following elements:

  • Key Concepts — identifying the learning outcomes of the chapter.
  • Hands-on Practices — requiring the student to test newly learned skills using the computer after concepts are presented and discussed.
  • Sidebars, Tips, and Alternatives — presenting additional topics, tips, and alternative methods in the margin.
  • Chapter Summaries — reviewing the concepts covered in the chapter.
  • Vocabulary Sections — presenting a list of new term and definitions and a list of commands and buttons covered in the chapter.
  • Review Questions — providing immediate reinforcement of new concepts.
  • Exercises — applying the knowledge in the chapter to a variety of business-related projects.
  • Online Resources — materials that complement and extend this text are free for download. Supplements cover operating systems, personal finances, IT careers, computer technology, and the Web. The supplements and all the files students need to complete the practices and exercises are found at
  • Data Files — Data files are downloaded at In the Practices and Exercises, file names in all capitals indicate a data file.

The Instructor Resources CD contains:

  • Lesson Plans Lessons in PDF format keyed to the chapters in the text. Each lesson includes assignments, teaching notes, worksheets, and additional topics.
  • PowerPoint Presentations Topics keyed to the text are in PowerPoint files for presentation.
  • Vocabulary Word files of the vocabulary presented in the text.
  • Rubrics Rubrics keyed to exercises in the text for assessment.
  • Worksheets Problems that supplement the exercises in the text provide additional reinforcement of concepts.
  • Appendix — digital image concepts are presented to support application use.
  • Review Question Answers Answers for the review questions presented in the text.
  • Data Files Files the students need to complete the practices and exercises in the text, the worksheets in the Teacher Resource Materials, and the case questions in the EXAMVIEW® question banks.
  • EXAMVIEW® Software Question banks keyed to the text and the popular EXAMVIEW® software are included to create multiple tests, quizzes, and additional assessment materials.
  • Answer files Answers to the practices, review questions, exercises, worksheets, and EXAMVIEW® case questions.
  • Distance Learning Course Cartridges are available for use on various platforms. Using these files, instructors can provide a syllabus, assignments, quizzes, study aids, and other course materials online; hold e-discussions and group conferences; send and receive e-mail and assignments from students and manage grades electronically.
Table of Contents

1. Microsoft Office Basics.
2. Using a Word Processor.
3. Formatting Documents.
4. Advanced Formatting Features.
5. Using a Spreadsheet.
6. Functions and Data Organization.
7. Creating Charts.
8. Advanced Spreadsheet Techniques.
9. Using a Relational Database.
10. Relational Database Techniques.
11. Analyzing Data in a Database.
12. Creating Presentations.
13. Advanced PowerPoint Features.
14. Desktop Publishing.
15. Using OneNote.
Appendix. Using Digital Images. Index.