Brilliant ECDL

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Computer science - 507 pages

Brilliant ECDL is the complete fully-accredited guide to passing the ECDL 4.0 examination for self-learners.

With close to a million people in the UK alone studying the ECDL syllabus, the benefits of this easy-to-use guide are endless. The ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) is an internationally-recognised, objective, standardised, and certificate of end-user computing skills. To qualify for the licence, candidates have to pass seven tests of PC knowledge and skill in the common business applications (wordprocessing, database, spreadsheets, presentations and the Internet).

With ECDL registrations in the UK increasing monthly, the qualification is becoming more widely recognised as a desirable and mandatory certification of basic entry-level computing, IT skills and knowledge. With this rise in validation, more and more individuals are becoming aware of the need to gain the qualification for themselves, rather than as part of a company training plan or initiative.

Traditional training guides can be unwieldy and make it hard to get the information you need right away. Brilliant ECDL allows you to find the information you need easily and with minimal fuss, guiding you through each task using a visual step-by-step approach.

Fully-updated to cover all 7 modules of the ECDL 4.0 Syllabus using the most popular business software, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office XP, and Internet Explorer 6, Brilliant ECDL is the perfect solution to all ECDL students' needs.

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Professor Erin Hurley is Director of Undergraduate Studies and Associate Professor in the Department of English, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

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