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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 Office XP: Marquee Series

by Denise Seguin Nita Rutkosky

In approved courseware for the Microsoft Office user specialist program, Rutkosky and Seguin discuss the components of the latest Windows version: Windows 2000, Internet Explorer 5.5, Word 2002, Excel 2002, Access 2002, Powerpoint 2002, and Outlook 2002. Includes features summaries, skills reviews, and color graphics.

Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010, Comprehensive

by Gary B. Shelly Susan L. Sebok

Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010: Comprehensive provides a project-based, step-by-step approach to successfully teach students Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 skills.

Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: Marquee Series

by Audrey Rutkosky Roggenkamp Denise Seguin Nita Rutkosky

In this book you will learn to prepare a presentation, to customize presentations and to edit and enhance slides. Sections are: Windows 7, Internet Explorer 8.0, PowerPoint 2010, and Integrating Programs: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Microsoft Publisher 2002, Illustrated Introductory

by Elizabeth Reding

Part of the Illustrated series, this text offers a visual, flexible way to build Microsoft Publisher 2002 skills.

Microsoft® Publisher 2013: Illustrated

by Elizabeth Eisner Reding

Praised by instructors for its concise, focused approach and user-friendly format, the Illustrated Series engages both computer rookies and hot shots in mastering Microsoft Publisher 2013 quickly and efficiently. Skills are accessible and easy-to-follow thanks to the Illustrated Series' hallmark 2-page layout, which allows students to see an entire task in one view. New Learning Outcomes outline the skills covered in each lesson, and larger full-color screens represent exactly what students should see on their own computers. Each unit begins with a brief overview of the principles of the lesson, and introduces a case study for further application.

Microsoft® Visual Basic 2010 for Windows, Web, Office, and Database Applications: Comprehensive

by Gary B. Shelly Corinne Hoisington

MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC 2010: COMPREHENSIVE teaches students the essentials of computer programming using the latest Visual Basic programming language, Visual Basic 2010.

Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0: Introduction to Programming

by Amelia Phillips Michael Sprague Dorothy L. Nield

With Hands-on, step-by-step activities this textbook guides students through the nuts and bolts of Visual Basic programming. This textbook also features extensive end-of-chapter exercises to provide essential reinforcement and practice.

Microsoft Visual Basic Basics

by Todd Knowlton Stephen Collings

This book provides a step-by-step introduction to the Visual Basic programming language. Beginners will learn Windows-based programming quickly and easily and will become comfortable with the concept and vocabulary of computer programming. This introduction to Visual Basic focuses on important concepts such as event-driven programming and working with objects and progresses to hands-on exercises, and reinforcement activities.

Microsoft Visual Basic Programming Projects: Activities Workbook

by John Sestak

Microsoft Visual Basic Programming Projects is an ideal workbook to supplement any Visual Basic text book. Featuring multiple choice, fill in the blank, true/false, short answer, matching, and project activities, this workbook is the perfect tool for students to practice important Visual Basic programming topics and techniques.

Microsoft Windows 7

by Faithe Wempen Lisa Bucki

Windows 7 will help students learn how to operate a computer equipped with the powerful new Windows® 7 operating system. This text presents the essential conceptual information and procedures for students who want to learn how to manage files, secure and customize a computer, and more. Students can use the book without prior knowledge of computer operating systems and become proficient computer users.

Microsoft Windows Server Administration Essentials

by Tom Carpenter

This book is for current or aspiring professionals seeking a quick grounding in the fundamentals of administration in a Microsoft Windows Server environment. It provides quick, focused coverage of fundamental skills. If you want to start a career in server administration or are already working in the field and want to fill in some gaps on fundamental topics, this book is for you.

Microsoft Word 2010 Complete

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

Microsoft Word 2010 Complete provides a thorough introduction of Microsoft Word 2010 skills to beginning learners. This text includes features that make learning easy and enjoyable, yet challenging for students. Students will be engaged with activities that range from simulations to case studies that challenge and sharpen problem-solving skills while gaining the hands-on practice needed to be confident and successful computer users.

Microsoft® Word® 2010: Comprehensive

by Gary B. Shelly Misty E. Vermaat

Microsoft Office Word 2010: Comprehensive provides a project-based, step-by-step approach to successfully teach students Microsoft Word 2010 skills.

Microsoft® Word 2010, Illustrated, Complete

by Carol Cram Jennifer Duffy

Loved by instructors for its visual and flexible way to build computer skills, the Illustrated Series is ideal for teaching Microsoft Office Word 2010 to both computer rookies and hotshots. Each two-page spread focuses on a single skill, making information easy to follow and absorb. Large, full-color illustrations represent how the students' screen should look. Concise text introduces the basic principles of the lesson and integrates a case study for further application.

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.

Microworlds

by National Science Resources Center

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Middle Ages: 350-1450

by Nextext Staff

NIMAC-sourced textbook

The Middle East and the United States: History, Politics, and Ideologies

by David W. Lesch Mark L. Haas

Lesch (Middle East history, Trinity U.) and, new to this edition, Haas (political science, Duquesne U.) present a revised and updated edition of a collection exploring US relations in the Middle East from its inceptions during the Woodrow Wilson administration to close to the present time (i. e. , the book discusses the initial Obama approach to the region, in ten revised chapters, but doesn't address the popular uprisings of 2011 or NATO's regime change policy in Libya). The contributions address overarching regional and general issues, such as Cold War context and the ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict, as well as specific events and policies towards individual countries. Altogether, the coverage is both chronologically and regionally comprehensive. The previous edition's focus on the first Gulf War has been eliminated for this new edition and new chapters have been added on the Cold War, the Bush and Obama administrations' approaches to the Arab-Israeli conflict, US-Syrian relations since 2000, ideology and Iran's American policies (1997-2008), and US relations with al Qaeda. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Middle Grade Science 2011: Astronomy and Space

by Prentice Hall

Have you ever worked on a jigsaw puzzle? Usually a puzzle has a theme that leads you to group the pieces by what they have in common. But until you put all the pieces together you can't solve the puzzle. Studying science is similar to solving a puzzle. The big ideas of science are like puzzle themes. To understand big ideas, scientists ask questions. The answers to those questions are like pieces of a puzzle. Each chapter in this book asks a big question to help you think about a big idea of science. By answering the big questions, you will get closer to understanding the big idea.

Middle Grade Science 2011: Forces and Energy

by Prentice Hall

Each lesson begins with a series of Key Concept questions. The interactivities in each lesson will help you understand these concepts and Unlock the Big Question. At the start of each lesson. My Planet Diary will introduce you to amazing events, significant people, and important discoveries in science or help you to overcome common misconceptions about science concepts.

Middle Grade Science 2011: Human Body Systems

by Pearson Prentice Hall

Topics covered in this book are: the human body, bones, muscles, skin, digestion circulation, respiration, excretion, fighting disease, the nervous system, the endocrine system and reproduction.

Middle Grade Science 2011: Water and the Atmosphere

by Prentice Hall Buckley

Contains chapters on: Fresh Water / The Oceans / The Atmosphere / Weather / Climate and Climate Change

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