Microsoft Office 2013: 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.
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I teach in the Administrative Office Technology Department of a community and oversee the office simulation course (which is our program's 10 or 16-week Capstone course). Unfortunately, the current textbook for the course is 2010 based with no new editions in the near future. I feel that the Labyrinth textbook is more of a refresh and may not challenging enough for our in-depth course. It would be wonderful our textbook included other industry relevant applications, such as Outlook , PowerPoint, OneNote, and Publisher.
4/28/2016 11:34 am
Stephanie Long, Educator
As usual with Labyrinth textbooks, the lessons are well conceived. When teaching individual MS Office applications I always talk about working across Office components. This book does a nice job of showing the productivity and creative advantages of integration within the Office Suite. .