College Keyboarding Microsoft Word 6.0/7.0 Word Processing: Complete Course

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Cengage South-Western, Aug 7, 1997 - 592 pages
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The emphasis is learning to key by touch the alphabetic and number keys (top row); symbols and numeric keypad included. The all-in-one Windows keyboarding instructional software, Keyboarding Pro, correlates directly with these lessons ensuring that students develop a strong basic skill.

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Susie H. VanHuss is a Professor and Program Director of Management at the University of South Carolina. Her teaching specialities include business communication, administrative systems, and personnel management. A prolific author and Gold Book award winner, Dr. VanHuss teaches writing as critical career skill approach--an approach that allows students to learn a systematic process of planning and writing effective messages while at the same time producing high-quality results very early in the learning philosophy. As a result, students have opportunities for early writing success, which helps build their confidence and their desire to continue to improve their communication skills.

Dr. Connie M. Forde is a full professor in the Department of Instructional Systems, Leadership, and Workforce Development at Mississippi State University where she teaches and advises in the technology teacher education and information technology services degree programs and the master's and doctoral programs in technology. She has served as co-author on the College Keyboarding team for several editions as well as co-authored a number of word processing and integrated applications simulations. Dr. Forde is a recognized speaker and contributor to the professional literature. Additionally, she has served as president of both the National Business Education Association and the Southern Business Education Association.

James S. Duncan is Lecturer at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.

Nuala C. Johnson is Reader at Queen's University, Belfast.

Richard H. Schein is Associate Professor at the University of Kentucky.

Donna L. Woo is an Instructor and Department Coordinator for Information Systems/Office Automation for Cypress College and Associate Director of Education at Pacific College. She received her B.A. and M.A. in Business Education from Michigan State University and earned her Ed.D. from Nova University. Her industry experience includes work for both IBM and General Motors. A respected author, Dr. Woo has written several word processing textbooks and has served as a coauthor on several editions of South-Western College Keyboarding textbooks.

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