Applied Computer Keyboarding

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Cengage Learning, Feb 15, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 336 pages
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For keyboarding skills students need tomorrow, this is the book they need today. 40 lessons introduce new key learning and technique mastery, and 40 additional lessons emphasize word processing and business-document formatting including MLA-style reports, personal business letters, flyers, and newsletters. Timed writings and a variety of interesting activities help with basic keyboarding skills as well as strengthen oral and written communication, word-processing and Internet skills. Includes the latest in teacher support material with a top-spiral Teacher's Edition that provides tips, notes, and classroom suggestions, and an Instructor's Resource CD that includes articles about teaching keyboarding, methodology, student data files, lesson plans, and document solutions.
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Contents

KEYBOARDING
1
WORD PROCESSING
157
APPENDIX
319

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Dr. Jack P. Hoggatt is Department Chair of the Department of Business Communications at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He has taught courses in Business Writing, Advanced Business Communications, and the communication component of the university's Master in Business Administration (MBA) program. Dr. Hoggatt has held offices in professional organizations and has received the Outstanding Post-Secondary Business Educator Award in Wisconsin. He has served as an advisor to local and state business organizations. Dr Hoggatt is involved with his community and the school activities of his children.

Dr. Jon A. Shank is a Professor of Education, Emeritus, from Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. His contributions to the text include units on advanced correspondence, report formatting, spreadsheets, desktop publishing, business plans, communication skills, and emerging technologies.

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