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Office 2000 Integrated Applications

Office 2000 Integrated Applications (Books & other media combined)

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"Office 2000: Integrated Applications" from Glencoe's "Professional Approach Series" equips students with the skills needed to successfully use Microsoft Office. This text is suitable for a one-semester or one-quarter capstone course, for students with previous knowledge of Office 2000 applications. The text is divided into two sections. The first section consists of six lessons. The first two lessons deal with unique Office applications that are not included in any of the texts in the "Professional Approach" series. The lessons also focus on file management and work group considerations. Each of the four remaining lessons deals with the integration of a particular application with the other applications in Office. The second section contain a simulation that runs for four weeks. The simulation require that students work in groups and play a role in a fictional company. Students work with source documents and integrate data in all Office applications. Feature boxes throughout the simulation focus on Office Procedures (topics could include e-mail etiquette, telephone procedures, meeting etiquette, work group etiquette, and so forth).

Computing & ITBusiness applicationsIntegrated software packagesMicrosoft Office Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe Publication Date: 25/07/2000 ISBN-13: 9780078204616  Details: Type: Books & other media combined Format: Books
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