GO! with Microsoft Office 365, 2019 Edition Introductory eBook : 9780135417881

GO! with Microsoft Office 365, 2019 Edition Introductory eBook

Gaskin,S et al
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For over 17 years, instructors have relied upon the GO! series to teach Microsoft Office successfully. The series uses a project-­based approach that clusters learning objectives around projects, rather than software features, so students can practice solving real business problems. Gaskin uses easy-to-follow Microsoft Procedural Syntax so students always know where to go on the ribbon; she combines this with a Teachable Moment approach that offers learners tips and instructions at the precise moment they’re needed. Updated to Office 365, GO! with Microsoft® Office 365, 2019 Edition, Introductory adds tips for Mac users, revised instructional projects, and improved coverage of the what, why, and how of skills application.

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Table of contents
  • Chapter 1: Microsoft Office Common Features and Windows 10 Features and File Management
  • 1. Explore Microsoft Office
  • 2. Create a Folder for File Storage
  • 3. Download and Extract Zipped Files and Enter, Edit, and Check the Spelling of Text in an Office Program
  • 4. Perform Office Commands and Apply Office Formatting
  • 5. Finalize an Office Document
  • 6. Use the Office Help Features
  • 7. Explore Windows 10
  • 8. Prepare to Work with Folders and Files
  • 9. Use File Explorer to Extract Zipped Files and to Display Locations, Folders, and Files
  • 10. Start Programs and Open Data Files
  • 11. Create, Rename, and Copy Files and Folders
  • Introducing Microsoft Word 2019
  • Chapter 1: Creating Documents with Microsoft Word
  • 1. Create a New Document and Insert Text
  • 2. Insert and Format Graphics
  • 3. Insert and Modify Text Boxes and Shapes
  • 4. Preview and Print a Document
  • 5. Change Document and Paragraph Layout
  • 6. Create and Modify Lists
  • 7. Set and Modify Tab Stops
  • 8. Insert a SmartArt Graphic and an Icon
  • Chapter 2: Creating Cover Letters and Using Tables to Create Resumes
  • 1. Create a Table for a Resume
  • 2. Format a Table
  • 3. Present a Word Document Online
  • 4. Create a Letterhead for a Cover Letter
  • 5. Create a Cover Letter and Correct and Reorganize Text
  • 6. Use the Word Editor to Check Your Documents
  • 7. Print an Envelope, Change Style Sets, Create a Word Template and Use Learning Tools
  • Chapter 3: Creating Research Papers, Newsletters, and Merged Mailing Labels
  • 1. Create a Research Paper
  • 2. Insert Footnotes in a Research Paper
  • 3. Create Citations and a Bibliography in a Research Paper
  • 4. Use Read Mode and PDF Reflow
  • 5. Format a Multiple-Column Newsletter
  • 6. Use Special Character and Paragraph Formatting
  • 7. Create Mailing Labels Using Mail Merge
  • Introducing Microsoft Excel 2019
  • Chapter 1: Creating a Worksheet and Charting Data
  • 1. Create, Save, and Navigate an Excel Workbook
  • 2. Enter Data in a Worksheet
  • 3. Construct and Copy Formulas and Use the SUM Function
  • 4. Format Cells with Merge & Center, Cell Styles, and Themes
  • 5. Chart Data to Create a Column Chart and Insert Sparklines
  • 6. Print a Worksheet, Display Formulas, and Close Excels
  • 7. Check Spelling in a Worksheet
  • 8. Enter Data by Range
  • 9. Construct Formulas for Mathematical Operations
  • 10. Edit Values in a Worksheet
  • 11. Format a Worksheet
  • Chapter 2: Using Functions, Creating Tables, and Managing Large Workbooks
  • 1. Use Flash Fill and the SUM, AVERAGE, MEDIAN, MIN, and MAX Functions
  • 2. Move Data, Resolve Error Messages, and Rotate Text
  • 3. Use COUNTIF and IF Functions and Apply Conditional Formatting
  • 4. Use Date & Time Functions and Freeze Panes
  • 5. Create, Sort, and Filter an Excel Table
  • 6. View, Format, and Print a Large Worksheet
  • 7. Navigate a Workbook and Rename Worksheets
  • 8. Enter Dates, Clear Contents, and Clear Formats
  • 9. Copy and Paste by Using the Paste Options Gallery
  • 10. Edit and Format Multiple Worksheets at the Same Time
  • 11. Create a Summary Sheet with Column Sparklines
  • 12. Format and Print Multiple Worksheets in a Workbook
  • Chapter 3: Analyzing Data with Pie Charts, Line Charts, and What-If Analysis Tools
  • 1. Chart Data with a Pie Chart
  • 2. Format a Pie Chart
  • 3. Edit a Workbook and Update a Chart
  • 4. Use Goal Seek to Perform What-If Analysis
  • 5. Design a Worksheet for What-If Analysis
  • 6. Answer What-If Questions by Changing Values in a Worksheet
  • 7. Chart Data with a Line Chart
  • Introduction to Microsoft Access 2019
  • Chapter 1: Getting Started with Microsoft Access 2019
  • 1. Identify Good Database Design
  • 2. Create a Table and Define Fields in a Blank Desktop Database
  • 3. Change the Structure of Tables and Add a Second Table
  • 4. Create a Query, Form, and Report
  • 5. Close a Database and Close Access
  • 6. Use a Template to Create a Database
  • 7. Organize Objects in the Navigation Pane
  • 8. Create a New Table in a Database Created with a Template
  • 9. View a Report
  • Chapter 2: Sort and Query a Database
  • 1. Open and Save an Existing Database
  • 2. Create Table Relationships
  • 3. Sort Records in a Table
  • 4. Create a Query in Design View
  • 5. Create a New Query From an Existing Query
  • 6. Sort Query Results
  • 7. Specify Criteria in a Query
  • 8. Specify Numeric Criteria in a Query
  • 9. Use Compound Criteria in a Query
  • 10. Create a Query Based on More Than One Table
  • 11. Use Wildcards in a Query
  • 12. Create Calculated Fields in a Query
  • 13. Calculate Statistics and Group Data in a Query
  • 14. Create a Crosstab Query
  • 15. Create a Parameter Query
  • Chapter 3: Forms, Filters, and Reports
  • 1. Create and Use a Form to Add and Delete Records
  • 2. Filter Records
  • 3. Create a Form by Using the Form Wizard
  • 4. Modify a Form in Layout View and in Design View
  • 5. Create a Report by Using the Report Tool and Modify the Report in Layout View
  • 6. Create a Report by Using the Report Wizard
  • 7. Modify the Design of a Report
  • 8. Keep Grouped Data Together in a Printed Report
  • Introducing Microsoft PowerPoint 2019
  • Chapter 1: Getting Started with Microsoft PowerPoint
  • 1. Create a New Presentation
  • 2. Edit a Presentation in Normal View
  • 3. Add Pictures to a Presentation
  • 4. Print and View a Presentation
  • 5. Edit an Existing Presentation
  • 6. Format a Presentation
  • 7. Use Slide Sorter View
  • 8. Apply Slide Transitions
  • Chapter 2: Formatting PowerPoint Presentations
  • 1. Format Numbered and Bulleted Lists
  • 2. Insert Online Pictures
  • 3. Insert Text Boxes and Shapes
  • 4. Format Objects
  • 5. Remove Picture Backgrounds and Insert WordArt
  • 6. Create and Format a SmartArt Graphic
  • Chapter 3: Enhancing a Presentation with Animation, Video, Tables, and Charts
  • 1. Customize Slide Backgrounds and Themes
  • 2. Animate a Slide Show
  • 3. Insert a Video
  • 4. Create and Modify Tables
  • 5. Create and Modify Charts
  • Chapter 1: Integrating Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint
Features & benefits
  • Revised - Comprehensive coverage of Microsoft Office 365, 2019 edition, keeps students current with modern skills.
  • Enhanced - Strengthened connections between business cases and instruction better reinforce the what, why, and how of skills application.
  • The MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) objectives are covered throughout the content and highlighted with MOS icons. They focus on high-demand Office skills to prepare students for the MOS certification exams.
  • New - A newly combined Office Features and Windows chapter provides a more concise overview of key features and an easier way to reference information needed to complete projects.
  • Revised - All projects, in each chapter, have been thoroughly updated for the new edition. Projects are organized around learning outcomes and numbered objectives, rather than software features, placing skills in the context of the workplace.
  • End-of-chapter projects prompt students to apply what they have learned in the outcomes-based, problem-solving, and critical thinking projects within chapters.
  • GO! Collaborate with Google® projects give students practice applying their skills to an environment increasingly popular in workplaces.
  • Expanded - New critical thinking quizzes that accompany the Instructional A & B Grader Projects require students to demonstrate their understanding of the project through problem-solving and analysis — the soft skills employees look for. Strategic project guidance
  • New - Mac tips are now included within the text so that all students can learn effectively. The clean, uncluttered page design supports effective learning. It includes screenshots that validate students’ actions while engaging visual learners.
  • Colour-coded steps and end-of project icons guide students through projects and tell them when a project is complete, which is especially useful in self-paced or online environments.
  • Important information is boxed within the text in sections such as Mac Tips, Another Way, By Touch, Note, Alert, or More Knowledge, reducing the chance students will overlook key concepts.
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