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MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft® Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, and Outlook®

by Joan Lambert Joyce Cox

Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft Office 2010! This all-in-one guide is designed to help you practice and prepare for the four core Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exams. With the MOS 2010 Study Guide, you get full, objective-by-objective coverage for: Exam 77-881: Microsoft Word 2010 Exam 77-882: Microsoft Excel 2010 Exam 77-883: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Exam 77-884: Microsoft Outlook 2010 Use the book's easy-to-follow procedures and illustrations to review the essential skills measured by the MOS exams. And you can apply what you've learned hands-on--using the downloadable files for all the book's practice tasks.

Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2010 Step by Step

by Penelope Coventry Olga M. Londer

Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft SharePoint Foundation to enable effective team collaboration. With Step By Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!Build your own SharePoint site with easy-to-use templates Create lists and libraries to store information Add discussion boards, wikis, and blogs Set up Document and Meeting Workspaces for easy collaboration Share calendars, contacts, and data from Microsoft Office programs Customize your pages with Web Parts Your all-in-one learning experience includes: Files for building skills and practicing the book's lessons Plus other resources on the Web

Windows® Phone 7 Plain & Simple

by Michael Stroh

Learn the simplest ways to get things done with Windows® Phone 7 Get the guide that makes learning Windows Phone 7 plain and simple! This full-color, no-nonsense book shows you the quickest ways to set up and use your new phone -- with easy-to-follow steps, screenshots and concise, straightforward language. Here's WHAT you'll learn: Set up and use your new phone in a few easy steps Make calls, send e-mail, and browse the Web Play music, watch movies, and listen to FM radio Get cool apps and games, and sync them with your PC Edit Microsoft® Office documents and manage appointments Take and share pictures and videos Here's HOW you'll learn it: Jump in wherever you need answers Easy-to-follow STEPS and SCREENSHOTS show exactly what to do Handy TIPS teach new techniques and shortcuts Quick TRY THIS! exercises help apply what you learn right away

Mountains and Rivers Without End

by Gary Snyder

In this work of poetry, Snyder has presented a perception of the world that has taken four decades of experience to put into words, with a powerful description of Man's relationship with the planet.

Troubleshooting Windows® 7 Inside Out

by Mike Halsey

You're beyond the basics, so dive right into troubleshooting Windows 7 -- and really put your PC to work! This supremely organized reference describes hundreds of prevention tips, troubleshooting techniques, and recovery tools in one essential guide. It's all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts keep their Windows 7-based systems running smoothly -- and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery. Take control of essential Windows 7 maintenance and security features, such as the Action Center and User Account Control Master quick fixes to the most common problems using expert tips and step-by-step repair guides Implement best practices to help prevent and combat viruses, malware, and identity theft Apply advanced troubleshooting techniques by understanding how Windows 7 works Diagnose hardware problems and work safely with your PC Develop a recovery plan to restore your system and data in the event of a disaster Know when to use power utilities for advanced performance, maintenance, and diagnostics Your book -- online! Get your fully searchable online edition -- with unlimited access on the Web. Customer Service Note: We are sorry for the inconvenience, but the voucher with the online access code is missing from the first printing of this title. However, we do have the code, available upon request. Please contact O'Reilly Media Customer Service at mspbooksupport@oreilly.com or call 800-889-8969 or 707-827-7019 to obtain your 24-character access code. This code will give you access to your online edition of this Microsoft Press book that is hosted on Safari Books Online! Once you have obtained your unique access code: Go to http://microsoftpress.oreilly.com/ safarienabled and enter your unique 24-character access code, including the hyphens. Set up your free Safari account (required), following the instructions on-screen. Enjoy unlimited access to your online edition on the Web! PLEASE NOTE: Each access code may only be redeemed once. Again, for assistance, please contact O'Reilly Media Customer Service at mspbooksupport@oreilly.com or call 800-889-8969 or 707-827-7019.

Under the Tarnished Dome: How Notre Dame Betrayed its Ideals for Football Glory

by Don Yeager Douglas S. Looney

The story of the University of Notre Dame football team and its years under Coach Lou Holtz.

The Extreme Team: Skateboard Moves

by Matt Christopher David Leonard

Charlie Abbott is the new kid in town--again. He hates everything about moving, especially trying to make new friends. Then he meets a kid called X who shares his love of skateboarding. Together, they rip some moves at the town skatepark. But then Charlie's skateboard vanishes from his garage, and he sees X riding around on a skateboard that looks just like his! Is Charlie's new life about to become a disaster?Passport to Reading Level 3

The Dog That Stole Football Plays

by Matt Christopher Steve Bjorkman Matt Hooban

Newly independent readers will love this classic football story now illustrated in full color with brand new artwork!Mike's telepathic dog Harry is able to tell him what the other football team plans to do on the field, but Mike wonders--is it cheating? Can he win the game without Harry's help? Passport to Reading Level 3

Soccer 'Cats: The Captain Contest

by Matt Christopher Jimmy Holder Matt Hooban

It's time to sign up for soccer league! Best buddies Dewey London and Bundy Neel are psyched about the new team, until they learn about the contest to be captain: Whomever draws the best team logo will be named captain. Should artistic Dewey enter even though he knows in his heart that Bundy would make a better captain?Passport to Reading Level 3

My Little Pony: Hearts and Hooves

by Jennifer Fox

In this Level 1 reader, the Cutie Mark Crusaders are so excited to celebrate Hearts and Hooves day! They go on a mission to find a special Valentine for their teacher, Cheerilee, but soon realize they are in big trouble when their love potion spell misfires! Based on the fan favorite television show Friendship is Magic, which airs on the HUB.

Ling & Ting

by Grace Lin

Ling and Ting are twins. They have the same brown eyes. They have the same pink cheeks. They have the same happy smiles.Ling and Ting are two adorable identical twins, and they stick together, whether they are making dumplings, getting their hair cut, or practicing magic tricks. But looks are deceiving--people can be very different, even if they look exactly the same.

Doggy Kisses 123

by Todd Parr

Meet ten colorful, lovable (and sometimes a little slobbery) canine friends in this kid-friendly concept book. From one doggy kiss all the way up to ten, each page stars playful pooches showing love the best way they know how. Featuring a padded cover and thick card-stock pages and filled with Todd Parr's signature bold and kid-friendly illustrations, here's a book that will make readers laugh out loud as they learn to count.

Tickle the Duck!

by Ethan Long

In this hilarious touch-and-feel book, a cranky duck dares children to tickle his soft stomach, his hairy armpit, his rubbery foot-and reacts uproariously each time. Despite his protests, does the duck really like being tickled after all? This modern day version of Pat the Bunny will have its audience laughing, and maybe even snorting, -Do it again!+ Like Ten Little Lady Bugs and Tails, this treasure of interactive fun is sure to engage parents and children for hours of tickling and giggling.

Nighty Night, Little Green Monster

by Ed Emberley

Children will love this monsterously fun story, featuring die-cuts on every spread. With each turn of the page, readers reveal Little Green Monster's little yellow eyes, his little red mouth, and even a cute, tiny white monster tooth. Then, when the stars begin to appear, it's time for bed... so, nighty night, little yellow eyes. Nighty night, little red mouth. Nighty night, cute little white tooth. Sweet dreams!

Marc Brown's Playtime Rhymes: A Treasury for Families to Learn and Play Together

by Marc Brown

Fingers ready?Fingers set?Fingers play!It's time for Playtime Rhymes-a treasury of twenty favorite finger rhymes compiled and illustrated by the bestselling and beloved artist Marc Brown for the enjoyment of young and old. From the clever Whoops! Johnny and funny Do Your Ears Hang Low? to the irrepressible Itsy-Bitsy Spider and rousing Wheels on the Bus, these are rhymes to say and sing aloud, each with pictorial instructions for the correlating finger movements.An interactive experience at its very best, Playtime Rhymes will get little hands wiggling, jiggling, pointing, pounding, bending, stretching, and dancing as children animate the rhymes, pore over the vibrant pictures, and share the fun with family and friends.

Animals in Underwear ABC

by Todd Parr

From alligator to zebra - with a goldfish, iguana, yak, and even a unicorn in between - there's no better way to learn the alphabet than with animals... in underwear! Todd Parr's signature kid-friendly illustrations and bold colors showcase an array of animals in all kinds of hilarious underwear styles, making learning the alphabet tons of fun. Featuring a padded cover and gate folds on every spread, here's a playful, silly way for kids to learn their ABCs!

Little Black Girl Lost

by Keith Lee Johnson

Johnnie Wise was just fifteen years old when her mother sold her virginity to an unscrupulous white insurance man named Earl Shamus. Stunningly beautiful, with long naturally wavy black hair, she possessed the voluptuous body of a thirty-year-old woman. Her skin was the color of brown sugar. Johnnie had heard about Earl Shamus and his escapades among the poor black women in New Orleans. But what she didn't know was that Shamus had quietly made several of the girls in their neighborhood his reluctant concubines when their youthful bodies ripened--she was next. Enter 1950's New Orleans, a world of betrayal, envy, lust and murder, where everyone has ulterior motives. Take a peek at Johnnie Wise, a 15-year-old girl, being pursued by ruthless crime boss, Napoleon Bentley, who will stop at nothing to have this young beauty. Little Girl Lost will shock you right up to the very end with its revealing truths.

Harlem On Our Minds: Place, Race, and the Literacies of Urban Youth

by Valerie Kinloch

her new book, Valerie Kinloch investigates how the lives and literacies of youth in New York City s historic Harlem are affected by public attempts to gentrify the community. Kinloch draws connections between race, place, and students literate identities through interviews with youth, teachers, longtime black residents, and their new white neighbors. Harlem on Our Minds is a participatory action narrative that brings emerging theories of social ecology to life for the high school English classroom. Vividly drawn lessons show how teachers can engage urban youth in school-based literacy by linking canonical text, particularly of the Harlem renaissance, to current events.

From the Eye of the Storm: The Experiences of a Child Welfare Worker

by Cynthia Crosson-Tower

We teach our students the theory and skills to prepare them for social work practice; now with From the Eye of the Storm , we can give them a glimpse of what the life of a social worker is actually like. Reading more like a novel than a textbook, From the Eye of the Storm's first-person account invites the students into the life of a typical child welfare worker who has gone on to teach and write in the field. References are also made to practices of the past and present so that the student can see how the system has changed. This text is a must for anyone interested in the field of children's services.

How to Eat Fried Worms

by Thomas Rockwell

Fried worms, boiled worms, worm sandwiches, worms with ketchup and peanut butter...Billy must eat fifteen worms in fifteen days, or lose his bet with Alan and Joe. Can Billy put his taste buds to the test and win, or will he work his way out of the deal?<P><P> Because of a bet, Billy is in an uncomfortable position of having to eat fifteen worms in fifteen days. Billy's family helps him through gastronomic ordeal that twists and turns with each new day, leaving the outcome of the bet continually in doubt.

spring broke

by Melody Carlson

With creditors hounding her and all her available cash going to make payments on her debt, Kendall's spendthrift lifestyle has finally caught up with her. To complicate matters, she's pregnant and not sure who the father is. Kendall needs help, but her roommates are caught up in problems of their own: Megan is trying to manage her crazy boss and remain true to her Christian principles. Lelani is still trying to work up the nerve to go home to Maui for a visit with her parents and her young daughter. And after a gaffe on her first job, Anna is trying to regain credibility in the workplace without relying too heavily on Edmund. So when Lelani's parents offer to host the girls in Hawaii, it sounds like the vacation everyone needs--and no one can afford. A really big garage sale is scheduled, but fraying tempers threaten the teamwork needed to pull it off. Will they finally turn to the One who can really help?When you've got your first apartment, a real job, and grown-up responsibilities, life can be tough--loaded with confusion, emotion, and secrets you can't tell to anyone but God. In the 86 Bloomberg Place series, Melody Carlson has captured all the uncertainty and joy of being twenty-something in pitch-perfect detail--and their stories just might sound like someone you know.

Unexplainable

by Don Cousins

From trusted author Don Cousins comes Unexplainable, a dynamic book designed to help people find true fulfillment by shifting their life view from outside-in to inside-out.Most of us live our lives from the "outside-in." This means we try to order our external circumstances (family, finances, career, friends, leisure, etc.) in such a way that we feel happy, secure, and content within.But this approach simply doesn't work. Few of us are ever able to get our life circumstances just as we want, and even when we feel we do, it doesn't last.More importantly, the Bible makes it clear that God intended life to be experienced "inside-out." Unexplainable will inspire you to pursue a life for which there's no logical explanation apart from God.

Finding Organic Church

by Frank Viola

From the bestselling author of Reimagining Church comes an essential guide that provides practical, effective tools for finding vibrant Christian communities.Driven by a passion for the body of Christ, Frank Viola has written some of today's most authoritative and celebrated works on the growing home, organic, and missional church movements. Now Viola shares practical keys to a healthy and successful church plant.Viola contends that many congregations today are struggling to survive, not because of bad planning, but poor planting. He presents an essential guide for starting and nourishing organic churches in any culture. Drawing from both Scripture and a wealth of experience, Viola offers real-world tools, insights, and practical suggestions so churches won't just grow, but thrive.

No Idea

by Greg Garrett

The critically acclaimed author of Crossing Myself tells the next chapter of his personal story as he reflects on issues of discernment, discipleship, and vocation that should matter to everyone. How can you live faithfully when you're not quite sure where life is taking you? How do you find joy and purpose in the midst of the uncertain, the unfinished, the uneasy? Inspired and comforted by Thomas Merton's famous prayer that begins, "My Lord God, I have no idea where I am going," award-winning writer and teacher Greg Garrett looks back at his own recent journey and tells stories from his life that will speak to anyone who has ever felt that sense of being lost along the way. Deeply honest and fully engaging, these reflections on discernment, discipleship, relationship, and vocation will inspire readers to reflect on their own journeys and discover surprising ways that God may be moving in their own lives.

Forgotten God

by Francis Chan

In the name of the Father, the Son, and ... the Holy Spirit. We pray in the name of all three, but how often do we live with an awareness of only the first two? As Jesus ascended into heaven, He promised to send the Holy Spirit--the Helper--so that we could be true and living witnesses for Christ. Unfortunately, today's church has admired the gift but neglected to open it.Breakthrough author Francis Chan rips away paper and bows to get at the true source of the church's power--the Holy Spirit. Chan contends that we've ignored the Spirit for far too long, and we are reaping the disastrous results. Thorough scriptural support and compelling narrative form Chan's invitation to stop and remember the One we've forgotten, the Spirit of the living God.

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