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New Perspectives Microsoft® Office 365 & Office 2016: Introductory, Spiral bound Version 1st Edition
Patrick Carey | Carol DesJardins | Ann Shaffer | Mark Shellman | Sasha Vodnik
ISBN-13: 9781305879171 | ISBN-10: 1305879171
© 2017 | Published |  1024  Pages
Previous Editions: 9781305409002

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Develop the Microsoft® Office 2016 skills you need to be successful in college and beyond with the emphasis on critical-thinking, problem-solving, and in-depth coverage found in NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & OFFICE 2016: INTRODUCTORY. Updated with all-new case scenarios, this edition clearly applies the skills you are learning to real-world situations to make concepts even more relevant. New Productivity Apps provide a visual introduction to Microsoft® OneNote, Sway, Office Mix and Edge with fun, hands-on activities. Companion Sways provide videos and step-by-step instructions to help you learn to use each app. NEW PERSPECTIVES MICROSOFT OFFICE 365 & OFFICE 2016: INTRODUCTORY demonstrates the importance of what you’re learning while strengthening your skills and helping you transfer skills to other applications and disciplines for further success.



    • TEXT CLEARLY INTRODUCES THE NEW MICROSOFT® WINDOWS 10 OPERATING SYSTEM. Students increase their skills in using the new Microsoft® Edge browser, and Cortana -- the electronic personal assistant provided with Windows 10.
    • COVERAGE HIGHLIGHTS THE LATEST NEW OFFICE 2016 FEATURES. Students learn to fully utilize the “Tell me” Help feature; the updated Spelling and Grammar checker; the Office Mix add-in for PowerPoint®; and the new Excel chart types, including histogram, waterfall, and sunburst charts.
    • PROSKILLS BOXES CONNECT OFFICE 2016 CONCEPTS TO CAREER SUCCESS. These helpful features emphasize the relevance of the Office skills your students are learning by providing guidance on how to use the software most effectively in professional situations.
    • NEW BUSINESS CASE SCENARIOS KEEP STUDENTS ENGAGED. These practical case scenarios throughout each module and end-of-module exercises, including Review Assignments and Case Problems, help students apply both skills and concepts to real-world situations.
    • NEW PRODUCTIVITY APPS FOR WORK AND SCHOOL MODULE PROVIDES A VISUAL INTRODUCTION. These helpful, easy-to-use apps by well-known technology author Corinne Hoisington visually guide students through using Microsoft® OneNote, Sway, Office Mix and Edge. Companion Sways provide videos and step-by-step instructions to help students learn to master each app.
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  • Mr. Patrick Carey received his M.S. in Biostatistics from the University of Wisconsin, where he worked as a researcher designing and analyzing clinical studies. He co-authored his first textbook on using Excel as a statistical tool. Today, Mr. Carey has authored or co-authored more than 20 leading academic and trade texts for the software industry.

    Ms. Carol DesJardins spent 25 years in the private sector as a programmer, systems analyst and eventually Chief Information Officer. During that time, she honed her skills with Excel as an analysis tool. She transitioned her knowledge to the classroom and has taught several applications and programming courses. Ms. DesJardins co-authored her first textbook on Excel. In addition to writing, she continues to teach at St. Clair County Community College.

    Ms. Ann Shaffer has contributed to several books about computers, including NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MICROSOFT® WORD. She began a career in textbook publishing as a Development Editor for William C. Brown and is now a freelance technical editor and writer. Ms. Shaffer holds a Master's degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

    Dr. Mark Shellman, Ed.D., is an instructor and the Chair of the of the Information Technology Department at Gaston College in Dallas, North Carolina. A recent winner of the Instructor of the Year award at Gaston, Mark prides himself on being an excellent teacher and helping students succeed. Mark has been teaching information technology for over thirty years.

    Sasha Vodnik is a web developer and author with over 15 years of experience creating web content and writing about it. He enjoys the challenge of keeping on top of the fast-changing landscape of the modern web, as well as explaining how to write clean, powerful code in languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and XML.