Training for ECDL Syllabus 5 Office 2007: A Practical Course in Windows XP and Office 2007 (Training for ECDL)

Training for ECDL Syllabus 5 Office 2007: A Practical Course in Windows XP and Office 2007 (Training for ECDL)

By: Lorna Bointon (author), Alan Bourke (author), Claire Rourke (editor)Paperback

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Description

Training for ECDL for Syllabus 5, A practical course in Windows XP and Office 2007 has been written to accommodate the new syllabus designed to be relevant to the UK Department of Education syllabus in ICT.This manual has all the existing features of the Blackrock Education Centre's tradition manuals, easy to understand language, clearly set out to offer the tutors and students step-by step learning opportunity. Written beyond the syllabus requirements this manual is useful both for absolute beginners and for a reference book.

About Author

Lorna Bointon is an experienced technical author, lecturer, assessor and internal verifier with many years of training and authoring experience n various IT subjects at different levels and has written resources for UK schools and colleges coveering most of the major awarding bodies. Annette Bolger has worked as a writer and designer for many years and has specialised in the application of e-learning to the classroom. Alan Bourke has written to specifically address the issues of cyber security and has a specialist knowledge of Databases.

Contents

Before you begin, IT User Fundamentals, Security for IT Users, Word Processing, Spreadsheet software,Database Software, Presentation Software and Using Email and The Internet.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780956407450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 495
  • ID: 9780956407450
  • weight: 1500
  • ISBN10: 0956407455

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