Using case studies, practical examples and exercises, candidates can learn the skills they need to pass the exam — and test themselves along the way. Written by experienced trainers, it provides everything learners need for a full understanding and practical knowledge of syllabus 4.0. Approved and accredited by the ECDL foundation. Clear, simple guidance on all of the ECDL modules. Basic computer terms and concepts explained in plain English. Over 700 screen images and illustrations to guide the student through Microsoft Office 2003® applications. “How-to” information based on practical examples of everyday tasks. Short cuts and insider tips drawn from the real-world experience of computer professionals. Summary of critical information at the end of each section. Over 250 easy-to-follow exercises.
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ECDL® The Complete Coursebook for Microsoft® Office 2003
Brendan Munnelly & Paul Holden
The European Computer Driving Licence® (ECDL) is an internationally recognised certificate of end-user computing skills. It provides objective proof that the holder has achieved a standard of competence in the most common business applications. Employers are increasingly relying on the ECDL to validate training courses and to recruit computer-literate staff. The syllabus covers the following modules-
Basic Concepts of Information Technology
Using the Computer and Managing Files
Information and Communication.
Revised and updated to reflect the latest version of the ECDL syllabus (ECDL4), this comprehensive coursebook covers all seven modules of the ECDL syllabus using the most popular business software – Microsoft® Windows 2003; Microsoft® Office 2003; and Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6. It provides everything a student needs to gain full understanding and practical knowledge of the subjects covered by the syllabus, and then to pass the ECDL tests. Written by experienced trainers Brendan Munnelly and Paul Holden, the book offers clear, simple and friendly guidance on all of the ECDL modules.
Basic computer terms and concepts explained in plain English
Over 700 screen images and illustrations to guide the student through Microsoft® Windows and Microsoft® Office applications
'How-to' information based on practical examples of everyday tasks
Short-cuts and insider tips drawn from the real-world experience of computer professionals
Summary of critical information at the end of each section
346 easy-to-follow exercises.
Brendan Munnelly and Paul Holden are experienced IT trainers, consultants, journalists and authors. Based in Dublin, Ireland, they developed user training materials for a range of corporate and government organisations throughout Europe. They also offer frequent contributions to computer publications.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 840 pages. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0131964313
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Book Description PRENTICE HALL, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0131964313