Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, Premium Video Edition

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Cengage Learning, Mar 3, 2009 - Business & Economics - 1328 pages
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Introduce your students to the new generation of Microsoft Office with the new generation of Shelly Cashman Series books! For the past three decades, the Shelly Cashman Series has effectively introduced computer skills to millions of students. With Office 2007, we’re continuing our history of innovation by enhancing our proven pedagogy to reflect the learning styles of today’s students In Microsoft Office 2007: Introductory Concepts and Techniques, Premium Video Edition you’ll find exciting videos, which correlate to the Table of Contents and mirror the step-by-step pedagogy of the Microsoft Office 2007: Brief Concepts and Techniques text to reinforce the skills taught in each chapter.
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Contents

In The Lab
1
Coverage of both Windows XP and Windows Vista offers the ability to cover both
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Salioto Auto Parts EightYear Financial
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Chapter Summary
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In The Lab 1
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Saving the Project PPT 26
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In the
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WIN 39
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Chapter Summary
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Cases and Places
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Starting Access
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Microsoft Office Access 2007
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AC 73
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Updating Records
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Filtering Records
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Cases and Places EX 156
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Bring Microsoft Office 2007 skills to life with video
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WIN
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WIN
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WIN
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Chapter Summary WD
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WIN
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Microsoft Office
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Microsoft
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The Word Window WD 6
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Entering Text WD 12
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WD 22
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WD 28
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WD 34
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WD 40
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WD 46
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Objectives of This Textbook
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WD 53
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WD 59
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Apply Your Knowledge WD 63
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Cases and Places WD 71
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CHAPTER
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Changing Document Settings WD
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Creating an Alphabetical Works Cited Page WD
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CHAPTER THREE
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WD
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WD
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WD
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WD
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WD
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CHAPTER THREE To Determine Multiple Totals at the Same Time
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Using a Template to Create a Resume
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Addressing and Printing Envelopes
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In the
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WEB FEATURE
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In the Lab WD
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Essential Introduction to Computers CHAPTER
1
Formatting the Worksheet
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Adding a 3D Clustered Column Chart to
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Printing a Worksheet EX 57
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Correcting Errors EX 63
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Chapter Summary EX 69
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In the Lab EX 74
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CHAPTER
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Entering Formulas EX 90
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Using the AVERAGE MAX and MIN Functions EX 98
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To Copy a Range of Cells across Columns
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WEB FEATURE To Change the Background Color and Apply a Box Border
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Checking Spelling
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Displaying and Printing the Formulas Version
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EMailing a Workbook from within Excel EX 142
142
Make It Right EX 148
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CHAPTER THREE
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EX 175
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EX 181
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EX 187
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EX 195
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EX 201
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EX 209
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WEB FEATURE
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WEB FEATURE
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EX
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EX
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Starting Access
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Creating a Table
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Quitting Access
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Creating Additional Tables
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Creating a Report
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Using a Form to View Data
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CHAPTER THREE To Create a Split Form
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Mass Changes
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Changing the Appearance of a Datasheet
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AC 185
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AC 192
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AC 198
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Sharing Data Among Applications
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Creating a PowerPoint Presentation Web Page
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Microsoft Office
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What Are the Components of a Computer? COM 4 Windows Vista WIN 4
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Choosing a Document Theme
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CHAPTER ONE To Format Slide 3 Text Using the Format Painter
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Adding a New Slide to a Presentation PPT 29
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Ending a Slide Show with a Closing Slide PPT 40
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Moving to Another Slide in Normal View PPT 46
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Quitting PowerPoint PPT 52
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Correcting Errors PPT 58
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Chapter Summary PPT 65
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Cases and Places
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CHAPTER
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PPT 89
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PPT 95
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PPT 101
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PPT 109
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PPT 115
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PPT 121
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PPT 131
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PPT 142
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PPT 146
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PPT 152
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PPT 158
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To help students discover the underlying functionality of Office 2007 so they can become
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Microsoft
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Input Devices COM 5 Windows Vista Operating System Editions WIN 5
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Storage Devices COM 11 To Open the Start Menu WIN 13
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Computer Software COM 18 To Minimize and Redisplay a Window WIN 19
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INT 25
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INT 32
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INT 38
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INT 46
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APP 4
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CHAPTER ONE CHAPTER THREE
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The Word Help Window
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APPENDIX
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Changing the Word Color Scheme
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The Windows XP Desktop APP 42
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The Keyboard and Keyboard Shortcuts APP 56
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Windows Explorer APP 63
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Creating a Document and Folder Using WordPad APP 72
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File Management in Windows Explorer APP 79
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Finding Files or Folders APP 85
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APPENDIX
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Access Capstone Project 1 CAP 8
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Integration Capstone Project 1 CAP 14
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Excel Capstone Project 2 CAP 20
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PowerPoint Capstone Project 2 CAP 27
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Sam Projects
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In The Lab 1
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How to Purchase a Personal Computer COM 24 To Collapse the Folders List WIN 24
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SAM 5
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APP 25
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AC 8
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APP 27
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APP 29
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EX 122
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How to Purchase a Tablet PC COM 35 Starting an Application Program WIN 27
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EX 132
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Gary B. Shelly wrote and published his first computer education textbook in 1969. More than twenty million copies of Shelly Cashman Series' textbooks have been sold. Gary and a talented group of contributing authors have produced books on computer programming, computer concepts, and application software that are the leading textbooks in the computer technology market today. Gary has hosted the annual Shelly Cashman Institute, a week-long training event focusing on the latest topics in technology, for the past 34 years.

Thomas J. Cashman received his education at California State University, Los Angeles. He established one of the first business data processing programs in the U.S. at Long Beach City College in California, where he taught and served as department head. In 1969, he began collaborating with now best-selling author, Gary Shelly.

Misty E. Vermaat has more than 25 years of experience in the field of computer and information technology. In addition to consulting in the field, she was an Associate Professor at Purdue University Calumet, teaching or developing Microsoft Office, computer concepts, database management, systems analysis and design, and programming courses. Since 1990, Misty has led the development of the Shelly Cashman Series, and has written and co-authored numerous Series textbooks, including many editions of Discovering Computers, Discovering Computers Fundamentals, and Microsoft Word books.

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