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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010

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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 - Text
ISBN: 978-0-82195-780-6
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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 - eBook with 6-month online access (code sent via email)
ISBN: 978-0-82196-219-0
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Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 eBook - 180 day online access code sent via ground delivery
ISBN: 978-0-82195-794-3

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Pages: 672

Author(s): Jan Marrelli


The 2010 version of this popular textbook provides students hands-on practice with cross-curricular projects that focus on creating business documents. Its progressive levels of instruction challenge students at a variety of levels.

  • Projects include preparing business letters, brochures, newsletters, blogs, HTML documents, invoices, pivot tables, inventory databases, and business presentations.
  • Review questions and exercises reinforce new concepts, offer practice in critical-thinking, and present opportunities to conduct integrated and collaborative research.
  • Bonus coverage of Internet Explorer, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and OneNote develops skills in Web research, e-mailing, creating multimedia presentations, preparing marketing documents, and using a digital notebook.
Table of Contents

1. Microsoft Office Basics.
2. Using a Word Processor.
3. Formatting Documents.
4. Advanced Formatting Features.
5. Using a Spreadsheet.
6. Functions and Data Organization.
7. Creating Charts.
8. Advanced Spreadsheet Techniques.
9. Using a Relational Database.
10. Relational Database Techniques.
11. Analyzing Data in a Database.
12. Creating Presentations.
13. Advanced PowerPoint Features.
14. Desktop Publishing.
15. Using OneNote. Appendix. Using Digital Images. Index.

Add'l Package Options

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A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 - text with 180-day trial CD and SNAP
ISBN: 978-0-82196-061-5
Author Bio

Jan Marrelli is an administrator with the Algoma District School Board. Along with teaching computer science and application courses, she has extensive experience working with educators on high-yield instructional strategies, assessment, and differentiated instruction. She has written curriculum and elearning courses for the Ontario Ministry of Education. She is also the author of numerous Lawrenceville Press textbooks and their accompanying instructor resource materials.