Exploring Microsoft Office 2003: With Additional Excel & Access Coverage

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PRENTICE HALL, Jan 5, 2005 - Computers - 1189 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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For a walk-through on how to use all the major Microsoft Office programs, this was thorough and easy to understand. Read full review

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Pretty thorough and well put together book for Office 2010. It went even deeper in areas than I expected and I learned quite a bit from it. I will reuse this one often. Read full review

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DR. ROBERT T. GRAUER is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at the University of Miami, where he has been honored with the Outstanding Teacher Award in the School of Business. A prolific author known for his unparalleled pedagogy, reader-friendly writing style, and Exploring Windows series, Dr. Grauer has written 30 books on programming and information systems, with more than million books in print. Dr. Grauer can be reached at rgrauer@sba.miami.edu

CAROL VAZQUEZ VILLAR, an instructor in the Department of Computer Information Systems at University of Miami for eight years, currently works for Andersen Consulting. She has developed and trained high performance teams on team building and communications and is currently planning and developing leadership training seminars.

DR. ARTHUR R. BUSS is Associate Professor of Computer Studies at William Jewell College, where he teaches Information Technology courses. Prior to coming to Jewell, he worked at Kmart Corporation and McDonnell Douglas as a programmer, systems analyst, and project leader. He is currently conducting studies in the Year 2000 problem and in Object-Oriented COBOL.

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