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Microsoft® Excel 2010, Introductory

by Beth Pasewark Wadsworth Carolyn Denny Pasewark Jan Pasewark Stogner Scott G. Pasewark William R. Pasewark Robin M. Romer

Microsoft Excel 2010 Introductory, part of the Origins Series, is designed for beginning users of Microsoft Office 2010. This self-paced, step-by-step book with corresponding screenshots makes learning easy and enjoyable. Students will learn the new features of excel through a variety of activities, simulations, and case studies. End-of-lesson exercises reinforce the skills covered in each lesson.

Microsoft® Office 2007 Introductory Course

by Beth Pasewark Wadsworth Carolyn Denny Pasewark Jan Pasewark Stogner Scott G. Pasewark William R. Pasewark Robin M. Romer

This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable - yet - challenging for learners. The text includes a wide range of learning experiences from activities with one or two commands to simulations and case studies that challenge and sharpen learners' problem-solving skills.

Microsoft® Office Excel 2007: Introductory Course

by Beth Pasewark Wadsworth Carolyn Denny Pasewark Jan Pasewark Stogner Scott G. Pasewark William R. Pasewark Robin M. Romer

Introduce your students to Microsoft Office Excel 2007 with the books teachers know and trust from the award-winning authors, Pasewark and Pasewark along with contributing authors Rachel Biheller Bunin, Jessica Evans, Katherine T. Pinard, and Robin M. Romer. This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable, yet challenging for learners. Students will be engaged with activities that range from simulations to case studies that challenge and sharpen problem-solving skills.

Microsoft® Office Word 2007: Introductory Course

by Beth Pasewark Wadsworth Carolyn Denny Pasewark Jan Pasewark Stogner Katherine T. Pinard Scott G. Pasewark William R. Pasewark

Introduce your students to Microsoft Office Word 2007 with the books teachers know and trust from the award-winning authors, Pasewark and Pasewark along with contributing authors Rachel Biheller Bunin, Jessica Evans, Katherine T. Pinard, and Robin M. Romer. This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable, yet challenging for learners. Students will be engaged with activities that range from simulations to case studies that challenge and sharpen problem-solving skills.

Microsoft® Word 2010, Introductory

by Beth Pasewark Wadsworth Carolyn Denny Pasewark Jan Pasewark Stogner Katherine T. Pinard Scott G. Pasewark William R. Pasewark

Microsoft Word 2010 Introductory, part of the Origins Series, is designed for beginning users of Microsoft Office 2010. This self-paced, step-by-step book with corresponding screenshots makes learning easy and enjoyable. Students will learn the new features of excel through a variety of activities, simulations, and case studies. End-of-lesson exercises reinforce the skills covered in each lesson.

The Office: Procedures and Technology

by William R. Pasewark Bonnie R. White Mary Ellen Oliverio

Textbook for technical or business college courses on basic skills.

The Office: Procedures and Technology

by William R. Pasewark Bonnie R. White Mary Ellen Oliverio

The Office: Procedures and Technology is a comprehensive, higher-level Office Procedures text for high school students that focuses on the necessary skills for office workers. Skills range from using e-mail and the Internet to the use of integrated applications and office suites. The text has three types of feature boxes in each chapter: Professional Growth and Resources, providing information on professional organizations such as ARMA; Workplace Connections, comments from fictional business employees related to material presented in the chapter; and Focus On offering information on current topics that need special attention.

The Office: Procedures and Technology

by William R. Pasewark Bonnie R. White Mary Ellen Oliverio

THE OFFICE is a comprehensive text for courses in the high school office technology curriculum. The course name can be Office Procedures, Administrative Procedures, Business and Computer Technology, etc. The target market is high school student preparing for entry-level position in an office setting. The text focuses on the necessary skills that range from using email and the Internet to the use of integrated application and office suites. It covers the soft skills including customer satisfaction ethics, and telephone manners along with information systems and the global marketplace.

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