Data Entry Student Text Skillbuilding and Applications by Career Solutions Training Group
  

Synopsis

Data Entry Student Text Skillbuilding and Applications by Career Solutions Training Group

This text, used with a site license in a lab setting, is designed to develop speed and accuracy in entering alphabetic and numeric data using the keypad and top row. Users must already know the alphanumeric keys, but the site license software will develop job-entry skills. The site license software measures keystroke speed and accuracy on both straight copy and business forms comparable to those used in the workplace. The dedicated software also includes a Training Center for extensive skill practice and four projects to familiarize users with the skills needed in industry specific data entry careers. These industries are insurance, retail, hotel and medical.

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Part I Data Entry Essentials 1. Data Entry in an Information World 2. Getting Started with Data Entry: The Training Center 3. Completing the Projects: The Project Lab 4. Building Data Entry Skills: The Practice Room Part II Data Entry Projects 1. Crandle Insurance 2. Funwear 3. Western Suites 4. General Hospital Data Entry Forms, Activities 1-17

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
432 pages

Author

Career Solutions Training Group
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Publisher

South-Western an imprint of Cengage Learning, Inc

Publication date

5th September 2003

ISBN

9780538434775


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