Word 2002 Right from the Start by
  

Synopsis

Word 2002 Right from the Start by

Are computers a source of apprehension and bafflement to you? Whether you want to write a letter to the bank, create an advertisement for your old Fiesta to put in the Post Office window or embark on your first novel, this book will explain how to do it in simple, straightforward English. You'll have no trouble following the simple instructions and what's more, you'll find it's fun! Word 2002 Right from the Start is a useful guide for 16-18 year-olds on introductory ICT courses and adults either at work, attending evening class or learning on a home PC. Starting from the very basics this book develops ICT skills through to an intermediate level. Learn how to: Write and edit letters and other documents Insert clip-art, drawings and photographs to create eye-catching posters and flyers Create long documents with chapters and page breaks Organise facts and figures in neat lists and columns Create your own business cards Send a personalised 'mail-shot' to all your customers or members of your club

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This is an excellent publication Mr Alex Byrne, I. T. Trainer (ECDL), Ballyfermot I. T. Centre, Dublin (24 April, 2003) I use it in both the company where I work and in the secondary school where I teach part-time. It is both comprehensive and easy to follow. A number of my colleagues have purchased the book and have found it to be the best book of its kind and use it all the time. (Have just purchased the 'Access

'Excel'

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

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Publisher

Payne-Gallway Publishers an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

15th September 2002

ISBN

9781903112779


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