OpenOffice.Org Base by Andrew Whyte


OpenOffice.Org Base by Andrew Whyte

* This book is suitable for whole class, group and individual teaching. It is divided into a series of lessons that gradually introduce the fundamentals of databases using Base for and Star Office. * Technical vocabulary is gradually introduced to enable ease of communication. 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. * Ideal for children aged 8-13 and a useful introduction to new ICT teachers.


'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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96 pages


Andrew Whyte
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Publication date

5th December 2007



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