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Synopsis: An easy-to-use guide for busy teachers, students, and other professionals. Using an activity-based approach, you will learn how to use Microsoft Office 2003. In a matter of minutes, you will be creating gradebooks, fliers, place cards, merging parent letters, writing resumes, creating slideshows, and building Web pages. What sets this book apart from other Microsoft books is its rich variety of activities, its step-by-step tutorials, comprehensiveness, organization, and extensive use of visuals. The information can be understood at a glance with clear illustrations and a wide assortment of activities. The ativities are ones that you most frequently use in the classroom. The book, arranged in logical teaching order, assumes no prior experience with Microsoft Office and is designed to meet the needs of the computer novice. However, the topics are generally not dependent on one another, and can be taught in the order the instructor desires. Also included are helpful tips, objectives, and notes to the reader, and a CD-ROM with examples.
About the Author: Dr. Vicki Sharp, Ph.D., has more than 30 years of teaching experience and currently is a Professor Emeritus at California State University, Northridge. She has written more than 34 books in the field of education, including these popular tutorials; Make It with Microsoft Office v.X, Make It with Microsoft Office XP, Make It with Microsoft Office 2001, Make It with Microsoft Office 97, Make It with Microsoft Office 98, Make It with Inspiration 7.5, and Make It with Inspiration 6.
Title: Make It with Microsoft Office 2003
Publisher: Visions Technology
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Book Condition: Good. Make It with Microsoft Office 2003. Bookseller Inventory # Amz4824830