2The Fundamentals Approach Introductory coverage of Microsoft Office 2010 application skillsConcept behind each skill is presented before stepsStep-by-step instruction – offers hands-on practiceScreenshot reinforcement for steps provides visual aspectMarginal boxes provide extra insight on the topic at handEnd-of-lesson review questions, projects, and critical thinking activities allow users to practice what they have learnedMicrosoft Office 2010 Fundamentals is an ideal solution. for new computer users. Written at an introductory level; it is easy to follow and teaches the fundamental approach to Office 2010.
3Table of Contents1. Getting Started Working with Microsoft Office Unit Review. 2. Microsoft WordUnderstanding Word Basics. Editing and Formatting Text. Formatting Documents Working with Graphic Objects. Unit Review. 3. Microsoft Excel Understanding Excel Basics. Formatting and Editing the Worksheet. Using Formulas and Functions. Working with Charts. Unit Review. 4. Microsoft PowerPoint Understanding PowerPoint Basics. Formatting and Modifying Presentations. Delivering the Presentation. Unit Review. 5. Microsoft Access Understanding Access Basics. Creating Forms and Reports. Querying a Database. 6. Microsoft Publisher Understanding Publisher Basics. Formatting Publications. 7. Integration Basics Understanding Integration Basics. Appendix A-Vista Basics. Appendix B-Outlook Basics.
4Lesson OpenerEach Lesson opens with Objectives, a list of Vocabulary words, Estimated Completion Time, and a list of the Data Files needed to complete the Lesson
5Introduction of Concepts Each concept is introduced before the step-by-step instructions. Screenshots, with multiple call-outs, provide a visual representation of the task the steps will cover.
6Step-by-Step Instruction Screenshots reinforce the step-by-step instructionStep-by-step instructions walk students through the skill being introduced.
7Marginal ElementsExtras for Experts boxes provide helpful hints to complete tasks within the application being covered in the lesson.
8End of Lesson Exercises Each Lesson ends with a Summary, Vocabulary Review, and Review Questions (Multiple Choice and Fill in the Blank).
9End of Lesson ProjectsEnd-of-Lesson projects provide students with hands-on practice with the skills they have learned in the chapter within a variety of scenarios.
10Web and Teamwork Projects A Web Project at the end of the lesson requires students to use the Web to gather information and conduct research to complete the project.A Teamwork Project gives students an opportunity to work together to complete a project, utilizing teambuilding skills.
11Critical Thinking Activities Critical Thinking Activities allow students to think critically and more globally to complete the projects, building critical thinking skills.
12Instructor ResourcesAn Instructor Resource CD available with this book includes:Instructor’s ManualChapter overviewsDetailed lecture topicsTeaching tipsPowerPoint presentationsSolutions to exercisesStudent Data FilesTest banksExamView test generator and testbankeBook availableIRCD , $ (free 1 per 25 textbooks purchased). eBook , $66.25
13Microsoft Office 2010 Fundamentals Microsoft Office Word chapters include coverage of editing and formatting text, formatting documents, and working with graphicsMicrosoft Office Excel chapters include coverage of formatting and editing a worksheet, using formulas and functions, and working with chartsMicrosoft Office PowerPoint chapters include formatting and modifying, and delivering a presentationMicrosoft Office Access chapters include creating forms and reports, and querying a databaseMicrosoft Office Publisher chapter includes formatting a publication.Visually stimulating four-color graphics clearly illustrate key concepts and skills.