OpenOffice.Org Writer by John Giles
  

OpenOffice.Org Writer

Written by John Giles
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Part of the Basic Open Office and Star Office Series

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Synopsis

OpenOffice.Org Writer by John Giles

This book helps pupils at KS2 and KS3 to quickly and easily get to grips with Basic Writer for Star Office in a fun and motivating way. The Basic for Open Office series will help teachers and parents to give children a head start in word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. It is suitable for whole class, group and individual teaching these books are divided into a series of lessons that gradually introduce the fundamentals. Each chapter is carefully designed to clearly show pupils how to perform various tasks that they can follow at their own pace with minimal teacher assistance. Technical vocabulary is gradually introduced to enable ease of communication. It is ideal for children aged 8-13 and a useful introduction to new ICT teachers.

Reviews

'Absolutely first class. Precise, easy to understand instructions. Excellent diagrams and easy to read print size. (The Basic series is) an altogether excellent range'. Mrs Rowden, Trainer, Kent'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
104 pages
Interest Age: 7-14 years

Author

John Giles
More books by John Giles

Publisher

Payne-Gallway Publishers an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

26th February 2008

ISBN

9781905292233


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