Concise and to-the-point, this book provides everything the reader needs to know in order to quickly and easily get aup and runninga with Microsoft(190) Windows XP, Office XP, and FrontPage XP. It guides readers step-by-step through the use of the software's basic, commonly accessed features. Numerous examples help alock-ina concepts. Its three-level approachanovice, intermediate, and advancedaaccommodates those with varying skill levels by showing readers the functions of each software application; while its concentration on an integrated group of software applications that use many of the same toolbars, menus, commands, etc., makes learning easy and fun, helping build confidence and fostering early competence. The accompanying CD-ROM helps develop efficient and effective skills in an exciting interactive forum. Topics covered include: System Software: MS Windows: The basics of navigating the system; Word Processing: MS Word: The basics of a writing assistant; Spreadsheets: MS Excel: The basics of a anumber crunchera; Data Management: more MS Excel: The basics of collecting, organizing, and retrieving loads of information; Presentation Software: MS PowerPoint: the basics of creating presentations, handouts, and more; and Web Editor: MS FrontPage: The basics of Web page development. A useful tool for anyone needing to learn the building blocks of the most popular software on the market today, this book is of special importance for educators of primary computer classes, as well as computer-department trainers and those entering the computer workforce.So if you dona#39;t have access to MS PPT at home, dona#39;t be alarmed a you can still complete the projects and learn the basic skills. Why bother learning how to use PowerPoint or other forms of presentation software? Quality shows. PPT allowsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching and learning with Microsoft Office and FrontPage|
|Author||:||Timothy J. Newby|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2003-08-03|