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Century 21® Jr., Input Technologies & Computer Applications

by Jack P. Hoggatt Jon A. Shank Karl Barksdale

Looking for a solution to get your students started in the computer world? This introductory text, CENTURY 21, JR. INPUT TECHNOLOGIES AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, 2e is the perfect companion for navigation of computer basics, file management, the Internet, keyboarding, handwriting recognition, speech recognition, tablet PCs, word processing, desktop publishing, spreadsheets, presentations, databases, HTML programming, and Web pages. CENTURY 21, JR. provides step-by-step guidance, with engaging activities labeled as Learn, Practice, and Apply. Units are divided into easy-to-manage chapters and projects will help students learn the features of Microsoft Office 2007.

Digitools: Communication, Information, and Technology Skills

by Jack P. Hoggatt Jon A. Shank Karl Barksdale

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.

DigiTools: Technology Application Tools

by Jack P. Hoggatt Jon A. Shank Karl Barksdale

DIGITOOLS is a one-semester course that reflects a new direction being taken in keyboarding. It not only includes the standard teaching methods for learning to type and format documents, but also covers computer applications such as word processing, presentations, speech recognition, database and spreadsheet, and the Internet.

Google Apps For Dummies

by Karl Barksdale Ryan Teeter

Google Apps are Web-based, low-cost (or free!) office productivity tools that do everything those expensive applications do - and you can access them from any computer with an Internet connection. Google Apps For Dummies boosts your "app-titude" by giving you the low-down on choosing, setting up, and using these nifty and powerful gadgets for work or play. Whether you're an individual who wants to take advantage of iGoogle or an organization looking for an enterprise-wide training solution for users at all levels, this comprehensive, practical guide brings you up to speed with all of the basic information and advanced tips and tricks you need to make good use of every Google Apps's tool and capability. Discover how to: Get productive fast with free or inexpensive Web-based apps Design your perfect Start Page layout Choose among the different editions Use Gmail and Google Talk Work with Google Docs and spreadsheet documents Create and collaborate on documents Import events into your calendar Build dazzling presentations Use Dashboard to create and manage user accounts Create a Web page with a unique domain setting Google Apps are poised to shatter the primacy of the current way of working with PCs, saving businesses, schools, government agencies, and individuals big bucks on software, network infrastructure, and administration. Google Apps For Dummies is your key to making this revolutionary new approach work for you and your organization.

Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies

by Karl Barksdale Ryan Teeter

Curious about Google Sites and how team collaboration Web sites can help you share documents online from various locations? Curious about Google's new Chrome browser? Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies has what you want to know! Today, Google is so much more than another word for "search. " Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies shows you how to create great collaborative Web sites with Google Sites and surf the Web with the super-fast Google Chrome browser. Find out how they work with other Google Apps, too. You'll learn to: Take advantage of free hosting, free tools, and a simple, straightforward interface with Google Sites Set up a Google account or Google Apps account Create wiki sites that let coworkers collaborate on projects or keep family members up to date Use Google gadgets to keep track of projects, manage calendars and documents, or display photos Integrate documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other Google Apps into your site Work with Contact List, Google Talk, and Google Chat, and handle e-mail with Gmail Download and install the speedy Google Chrome browser Install browser plug-ins, enable offline access to Google Docs, and manage misbehaving tabs You'll even find instructions and examples to help you plan sites for personal and business use, plus a sample college course site. With advice from Google Sites & Chrome For Dummies, you can make collaboration easy and have the high-speed Web at your fingertips.

Multimedia Basics

by Jennifer Fulton Suzanne Weixel Karl Barksdale Cheryl Morse Bryan Morse

An excellent foundation for any multimedia or website design curriculum, this textbook provides comprehensive coverage of many multimedia topics including graphics, animation, video, presentations, desktop publishing, and web pages.

South Western L and H VoiceXpress for the Office Professional

by Karl Barksdale Michael Rutter

Voice typing is transforming the way people work, write, and enter data. With Voice X Press for the Office Professional, your students can learn the most effective way to use this new software and be able to apply it to the various office applications. This book takes students step-by-step through the speech learning process, providing tips and advice along the way.

South-Western L and H VoiceXpress QuickTorial

by Karl Barksdale Michael Rutter J. Alan Baumgarten

This book contains step-by-step activities that help users master the techniques and extra reinforcement activities that provide enrichment opportunities. Appendices on using the software with Word and WordPerfect are included. Natural language commands are emphasized throughout the text.

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