Fully accredited for the new ECDL4 syllabus for Office 2003, this coursebook offers the reader everything they need to pass the ECDL exam. By using case studies, practical examples and exercises, readers can learn the skills they are required to pass the exam, and test themselves on the way. Comprehensively revised and updated to reflect the latest version of the ECDL syllabus - ECDL4 - This coursebook covers all seven modules of the ECDL syllabus using the most popular business software - Microsoft Windows XP?; Microsoft Office 2003?; and Internet Explorer 6?. It provides everything a student needs to gain full understanding and practical knowledge of the subjects covered by the syllabus, and then to pass the ECDL tests. Written by experienced trainers Brendan Munnelly and Paul Holden , the book offers clear, simple and friendly guidance on all of the ECDL modules. Written by experienced trainers, this complete coursebook provides everything students need to gain a full understanding and practical knowledge of the subjects covered by the syllabus.As with My Computer, Windows Explorer offers a number of options that let you control how you view your drives, ... are shown in the right pane), the disk space occupied by the foldera#39;s contents, and the remaining free space on the drive.
|Author||:||Brendan Munnelly, Paul Holden, Patrick Scully|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2005|