Go! with Microsoft Office 2007
The primary goal of the GO! Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation. This approach is based on clearly defining projects for readers in a way that's easy to understand.
Creating Documents with Microsoft Word 2007; Formatting and Organizing Text; Using Graphics and Tables; Special Document Formats, Columns, and Mail Merge; Creating a Worksheet and Charting Data; Managing Workbooks and Analyzing Data; Using Functions and Tables; Getting Started with Access Databases and Tables; Sort and Query a Database; Forms, Filters, and Reports; Getting Started with Microsoft PowerPoint 2007; Designing a PowerPoint Presentation; Enhancing a Presentation with Animation, Tables, and Charts; Using Access Data with Other Office Programs; Using Tables in Word and Excel; Using Excel as a Data Source in a Mail Merge; Linking Data in Office Documents; Creating Presentation Content from Office Documents
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The Navigation Pane is your tool for organizing database objects. Activity 12.17
Organizing Database Objects in the Navigation Pane The Navigation Pane
groups and displays your database objects and can do so in predefined
The icons to the left of the objects listed in the Navigation Pane indicate that the
Events template created a number of objects for you — among them, one table
titled Events, one query, two forms, and five reports. The Event List Multiple Items
Navigate to your Access Chapter 13 folder, open 13G Students Scholarships,
and then Enable this content. 2. ... Open the Navigation Pane, open the two
database tables, and then examine their fields and records to become familiar
with the ...
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PROJECT 5A Application Letter
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