The Interactive Computing Series is the Visual, Interactive way to develop and apply software skills. This Skills based approach coupled with its highly illustrated, 2 page-spread design is ideal for the intro CIS course, the self-paced course or students in non-traditional education settings.
Offers a visual, interactive way to develop and apply software skills. This title presents a skills based approach coupled with a highly illustrated, 2 page-spread design that is suitable for the intro CIS course, the self-paced course or students in non-traditional education settings.
Windows 20001: Introduction to Windows 20002: Managing Files with Windows Explorer3: Working with Internet ExplorerMicrosoft Office 2000 ProjectsWord 2000Chapter 1: Introduction to WordChapter 2: Editing DocumentsChapter 3: Advanced EditingChapter 4: Tables and ChartsExcel 2000Chapter 1: Introduction to Spreadsheet SoftwareChapter 2: Manipulating Data in a WorksheetChapter 3: Formatting Worksheet ElementsChapter 4: Inserting Objects and ChartsAccess 2000 Chapter 1: Introduction to DatabasesChapter 2: Creating and Arranging a DatabaseChapter 3: Creating FormsChapter 4: Creating ReportsPowerPoint 2000 Chapter 1: Introduction to PowerPoint 2000Chapter 2: Designing Your PresentationChapter 3: Developing Your PresentationChapter 4: Strengthening Your Presentation
Ken Laudon is a Professor at New York Universitys Stern School of Business and President of Azimuth Multimedia Productions.