Microsoft Word 365 Complete: In Practice, 2021 Edition, 1st Edition
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With the introduction of Microsoft Word 365 Complete: In Practice, 2021 Edition, and Windows 11, Microsoft makes a fundamental shift from “Office for Us” to “Microsoft with Others.” This change increases the emphasis on collaboration, accessibility of information, and use and display of information and data. Author Randy Nordell utilizes the TIP Approach which promotes the transferability of skills from learning and practice to personal, educational, and professional use. -Topic: Chapter text describes the application feature including where and why it is used. -Instruction: How To’s provide step-by-step transferable instructions and serve as a reference guide. -Practice: Pause & Practice projects within each chapter and end-of-chapter projects (Guided, Independent, Advanced, and Challenge) provide a variety of practice to reinforce learning. SIMnet for Office 2021 redefines student learning at its core with ease-of-use simple navigation, personalized, lifelong access while being committed to measurable results. To learn more about SIMnet, visit https://www.mheducation.com/highered/simnet.html.
Chapter 1: Creating and Editing Documents W1-2
Chapter 2: Formatting and Customizing Documents W2-69
Chapter 3: Collaborating with Others and Working with Reports W3-141
Chapter 4: Using Tables, Columns, and Graphics
Chapter 5: Using Templates and Mail Merge
Chapter 6: Using Custom Styles and Building Blocks
Chapter 7: Advanced Tables and Graphics
Chapter 8: Using Desktop Publishing and Graphic Features
Chapter 9: Working Collaboratively and Integrating Applications
Chapter 10: Automating Tasks Using Templates and Macros
Chapter 11: Working with Forms and Master Documents
Chapter 12: Customizing Word and Using OneDrive and Office Online
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