Microsoft Office 2016: In Practice, 1st Edition
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Randy Nordell Microsoft® Office 2016: In Practice Topic, Instruction, Practice! Microsoft® Office 2016: In Practice offers a fresh approach to teaching today's students Microsoft® Office skills by clearly introducing skills in a logical sequence: 1) Topic 2) Instruction and 3) Practice. Nordell's T.I.P.s approach builds a foundation for success by helping students practice what they learn, and provides transferable skills that allow students to grasp critical thinking beyond the textbook assignment. In Practice seamlessly integrates with SIMnet Online, McGraw-Hill's learning and assessment solution, which has 1:1 content to help students practice and master computing concepts and Microsoft® Office skills. In Practice projects in SIMgrader allow students to practice their skills in a live Office application. Students receive immediate feedback upon completion of these auto-graded projects. The integration of In Practice with SIMnet helps to meet the diverse needs of students and accommodate individual learning styles.
Intro Chapter: Windows 10, Office 2016, and File Management
Word—Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Documents
Word—Chapter 2: Formatting and Customizing Documents
Word—Chapter 3: Collaborating with Others and Working with Reports
Word—Chapter 4: Using Tables, Columns, and Graphics
Excel—Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Workbooks
Excel—Chapter 2: Working with Formulas and Functions
Excel—Chapter 3: Creating and Editing Charts
Excel—Chapter 4: Formatting, Organizing, and Getting Data
Access—Chapter 1: Creating a Database and Tables
Access —Chapter 2: Using Design View, Data Validation, and Relationships
Access —Chapter 3: Creating and Using Queries
Access —Chapter 4: Creating and Using Forms and Reports
PowerPoint—Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Presentations
PowerPoint—Chapter 2: Illustrating Slides with Pictures and Information Graphics
PowerPoint—Chapter 3: Preparing for Delivery and Using a Slide Presentation
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