DigiTools: Communication, Information, and Technology Skills

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Cengage Learning, Dec 20, 2012 - Business & Economics - 656 pages
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No other book better prepares students for the innovations in Microsoft Office (2010 and 2007) and living in today's digital world like the third edition of DIGITOOLS! DIGITOOLS emphasizes computer applications, such as word processing, presentations, spreadsheets, and database while also providing instruction on the proper way to key and format documents using proven instructional methods, Students learn to effectively use the Internet and input technologies, including speech and handwriting recognition.
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Technology Skills for Life Career and Academic Success
Digital Information Access and Search Skills
New Key Learning Skills
Powerful Presentations
Word Processing Skills
Smart Spreadsheet Skills
Easy Access Database Skills
Digital Image Imagination Skills
Drawing Sketching and NoteTaking Skills
Online Teamworking Skills
Personal and Business Financial Skills
Career and Job Search Skills
Résumé Building Applying and Interviewing Skills
MultiTouch and Handwriting Recognition for Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows Vista
Microsoft Speech Recognition for Windows 7 or Windows Vista
Number and Symbol Keys

Desktop Publishing Skills
Report and Document Formatting and Publishing Skills
Website Creation Skills
Online Apps and Gadget Skills

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Karl Barksdale is currently an instructor at the Utah County Academy of Sciences and is a former instructor at Farrer Middle school in Provo, UT. He has recently been a consultant for Google. Formerly a Development Manager for the Training and Certification team at WordPerfect Corporation, he obtained a master's degree in curriculum from the University of Utah and applied his degree as the Secondary Curriculum Coordinator for Provo School District. Later he returned to education as a Business Education instructor. Since that time he has authored more than 50 business and computer education textbooks for South-Western Educational Publishing, Course Technology, Speaking Solutions, and other publishers.

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