Develop the Microsoft Office 365 and Word 2019 skills students need to be successful in college and beyond with the emphasis on critical-thinking, problem-solving, and in-depth coverage found in NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & WORD 2019 COMPREHENSIVE. Updated with all-new case scenarios, this edition clearly applies the skills students are learning to real-world situations to make concepts even more relevant across the applications and reinforces critical skills to make them successful in their educational and professional careers. NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & WORD 2019 COMPREHENSIVE demonstrates the importance of what students are learning while strengthening your skills and helping students transfer those skills to other applications and disciplines for further success. In addition, MindTap and updated SAM (Skills Assessment Manager) online resources are available to guide additional study and ensure successful results.
, Ann Shaffer
Course Technology Inc
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30 May 2019
1. Creating and Editing a Document. 2. Navigating and Formatting a Document. 3. Creating Tables and a Multipage Report. 4. Enhancing Page Layout and Design. 5. Working with Templates, Themes, and Styles. 6. Using Mail Merge. 7. Collaborating with Others and Integrating Data. 8. Customizing Word and Automating Your Work. 9. Creating Online Forms Using Advanced Table Techniques. 10. Managing Long Documents.
Katherine T. Pinard has more than 25 years of experience writing and editing books about computer concepts, applications, and technology. She has co-authored or contributed to more than 20 successful books and has edited or managed more than 60 titles. She is MOS certified in Word and PowerPoint. Ms. Ann Shaffer is the co-author of NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICROSOFT (R) WORD and has contributed to many other Cengage publications. She has more than 25 years of experience as a developmental editor and co-author of books, journal articles and multimedia in a variety of fields, including computer science, mathematics, history, engineering and social sciences. She holds a master's degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.