Microsoft Office 2010: Integration introduces learners to the data and information sharing properties of the Office applications. Students will learn how to integrate Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access with each other and with other programs. Examples include embedding Excel objects in Word or PowerPoint, creating PowerPoint presentations from Word outlines, displaying Access data on the web, and integrating PowerPoint with Outlook.
eLab is a secure, web-based solution that offers automated skills assessment, gradebook management, and extended online training, all through an easy-to-use web interface. A complete, fully configured 'Course-in-a-Box' is available for this title, including pre-built assignments and tests, and pre-populated learning resources. Students show their skills using a highly realistic interface that is used to simulate the Microsoft Office environment, and every keystroke and every click is recorded so you can review every step they made. This course is ready to go without any modification, or you can fully customize it by adding your own tests and assignments. Purchase as a bundle with this book or purchase license keys separately. THIS OPTION IS ONLY INTENDED FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES THAT ARE USING ELAB ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING AS PART OF THE COURSE CURRICULUM.
Our Video Library offers a multimedia video tutorial for every major topic in every lesson. These videos build student confidence with a visually appealing demonstration of the tasks they are learning in the book. All video links are referenced throughout the lessons. The video library provides an excellent supplemental resource. Purchase as a bundle with this book or purchase Video Library license keys separately.
Get a 180-day trial version of Microsoft Office, including: Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, Outlook and more, available with select Labyrinth textbooks. Available as a bundle with this book.
As is the case with all the Labyrinth books that I use to teach my courses, this book explains the steps plainly, and the company provides all the materials needed to assist me and my students. I only use Labyrinth books and materials for my computer courses.
5/15/2012 6:21 am
Ed Mays, Educator
Thanks to Christie Hovey at Lincoln Land for suggesting this solution!