Paradigm's new Microsoft (R) Outlook 2013 Text teaches students to master the Outlook application by using an interactive, read-and-do approach.
Learn by reading straightforward introductions to tools, commands, and skills supported by clear button images and screen visuals.
Apply what they learn by completing hands-on, step-by-step exercises.
Reinforce new knowledge by reading Quick Steps summaries in the margins.
Extend learning with interesting and relevant information provided in tips in the margin and in the new features listed below.
Review at the end of every chapter with Chapter Summaries and Features Summary charts.
Assess mastery of chapter skills with hands-on Skills Check exercises and Skills Check activities.
NEW textbook features include:
Exchange Server notes describing what students will see if their version of Outlook is connected to a server running Microsoft Exchange Server
Outlook Web App features showing how tasks are accomplished in the Web app
Outlook.com features illustrating differences between the desktop version of Outlook and the online version
Denise Seguin has served in the Faculty of Business at Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology in London, Ontario since 1986. She developed curriculum and taught a variety of office technology, software applications, and accounting courses to learners in postsecondary Information Technology diploma programs and Continuing Education courses. Seguin has served as Program Coordinator for Computer Systems Technician, Computer Systems Technology, Office Administration, and Law Clerk programs and was acting Chair of the School of Information Technology in 2001. Along with authoring Microsoft Outlook 2013, she has also authored and co-authored many computer application textbooks for Paradigm Education Solutions.