Microsoft Office 365: In Practice, 2019 Edition, 1st Edition
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Microsoft® Office365/2019: In Practice offers a fresh approach to teaching today's students Microsoft® Officeskills by clearly introducing skills in logical order: 1) Topic 2) Instructionand 3) Practice. Nordell's TIP approach builds a foundation for success by helpingstudents apply what they learn, and provides transferable skills that allowstudents to grasp critical thinking beyond the textbook assignments. In Practice seamlessly integrates with SIMnet,McGraw-Hill Education's learning and assessment solution, which houses contentto help students practice and master computing concepts and Microsoft® Officeskills. In Practice auto-graded projects allow students to practicetheir skills in a live Office application, and upon completion receiveimmediate feedback and insights. The integration of the In Practice textbook series with SIMnet,helps meet the diverse needs of students and accommodate individual learningstyles.
Intro. 3 - Creating, Saving, Closing, and Opening Office Files
Intro. 4 - Working with Files
Intro. 5 - Using the Ribbon, Tabs, and Quick Access Toolbar
Intro. 7 - Using Context Menus, the Mini Toolbar, and Keyboard Shortcuts
Intro. 8 - Organizing and Customizing Folders and Files
Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Documents
Chapter 2: Formatting and Customizing Documents
Chapter 3: Collaborating With Others and Working With Reports
Chapter 4: Using Tables, Columns, and Graphics
Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Workbooks
Chapter 2: Working with Formulas and Functions
Chapter 3 Creating and Editing Charts
Chapter 4: Formatting, Organizing, and Getting Data
Chapter 1: Creating a Database and Tables
Chapter 2: Using Design View, Data Validation, and Relationships
Chapter 3: Creating and Using Queries
Chapter 4: Creating and Using Forms and Reports
Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Presentations
Chapter 2: Illustrating with Pictures and Information Graphics
Chapter 3:Preparing for Delivery and Using a Slide Presentation
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