Microsoft Office 2016: A Skills Approach1st Edition
- Created from the learning side from SIMnet, McGraw-Hill's online training and assessment program, this textbook has 1:1 content with SIMnet.
- Offers projects to allow students to practice their skills and receive immediate feedback via autograding in the SIMgrader component, helping meet the diverse needs of students and accommodate individual learning styles.
Office 1 Essential Skills for Office 2016
Word 1 Getting Started with Word 2016
Word 2 Formatting Text and Paragraphs
Word 3 Formatting Documents
Word 4 Working with Pictures, Tables, and Charts
Word 5 Working with Reports, References, and Mailings
Excel 1 Getting Started with Excel 2016
Excel 2 Formatting Cells
Excel 3 Using Formulas and Functions
Excel 4 Formatting Worksheets and Managing the Workbook
Excel 5 Adding Charts and Analyzing Data
Access 1 Getting Started with Access 2016
Access 2 Working with Tables
Access 3 Working with Forms and Reports
Access 4 Using Queries and Organizing Information
PowerPoint 1 Getting Started with PowerPoint 2016
PowerPoint 2 Adding Content to Slides
PowerPoint 3 Formatting Presentations
PowerPoint 4 Managing and Delivering Presentations
Now completely online, with nothing to install, students can practice and study their skills at home or in the school lab. Moreover, this resource is an ideal course solution but even more valuable as it can be used beyond the course for self-study!Learn More
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