Using Microsoft Office 2003: Tutorials and Projects
1.Introduction to Microsoft Excel
2.Formulas and Functions
3.Using Charts in Excel
o Excel Projects – Planning a Marketing Survey
Table of Contents
Microsoft Office Modules.
MS Office: Basic Concepts.
1. Windows Basics.
2. Working with Files.
1. Working with Text in Word.
2. Word Tools.
3. Miscellaneous Tools.
Word Project – Creating Résumés and Cover Letters.
1. Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint.
2. Advanced use of Microsoft PowerPoint.
PowerPoint Project – Chamber of Commerce Presentation.
1. Introduction to Microsoft Access.
2. Queries and Reports.
3. Related Tables.
4. Structured Query Language.
5. Appendix: Data Modeling.
Access Project – Managing a Small Business.
1. Introduction to Microsoft Excel.
2. Formulas and Functions.
3. Using Charts in Excel.
Excel Projects – Planning a Marketing Survey.
1. Using FTP to Transfer Files.
MS Office: Advanced Concepts.
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