Problem-solving Cases in Microsoft Access and Excel
Problem-Solving Cases in Microsoft Access and Excel helps build spreadsheets and database skills using realistic business cases and is the perfect complement to a computer literacy or MIS course. Each case introduces a compelling business problem and, with the help of tutorials on Microsoft Access and Excel, trains users in critical thinking and problem solving. Readers will use Microsoft Access and Excel throughout the book to work through the case material. The scenarios found in the text reflect real business situations, ranging from small, privately-owned companies to large corporations.
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TUTORIAL A Database Design
TUTORIAL B Microsoft Access
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Problem Solving Cases in Microsoft Access and Excel
Ellen Monk,Spring Davidson,Joseph Brady
Limited preview - 2009
Problem-Solving Cases in Microsoft Access and Excel, Annual Edition
Ellen Monk,Joseph Brady
Limited preview - 2006
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