Microsoft Office Excel 2003, Volume 1

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004 - Computers - 736 pages
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For Introductory Computer courses in Microsoft Office 2003 or courses in Computer Concepts with a lab component for Microsoft Office 2003 applications.


Master the How and Why of Office 2003! Students master the "How and Why" of performing tasks in Office and gain a greater understanding of how to use the individual applications together to solve business problems.

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Dr. Robert T. Grauer

Dr. Robert T. Grauer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the University of Mniami where he has been honored with the Outstanding Teacher Award in the School of Business.

Dr. Grauer has written more than 20 books on programming and information systems. His work has been translated into three foreign languages and is in use at all levels of higher education at both the national and international level.

Dr. Grauer has also been a consultant to several major corporations including IBM and American Express. He received his Ph.D. in Operations Research in 1972 from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn.

Maryann M. Barber

Maryann M. Barber is a lecturer in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the University of Miami. She has been honored with several teaching awards, including the Excellence in Teaching Awards for the School of Business, the Freshman Teaching Award, the Apple Polishing Award, the Student Government Professor of the Year Award, the Interfraternity Council Professor of the Year Award, and the University of Miami Excellence in Teaching Award.

Maryann is also the Faculty Master at Stanford Residential College. She is a member of numerous leadership honor societies at the University of Miami, including Iron Arrow, Mortar Board, and Omicron Delta Kappa.

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