Press Release: July 14, 2010
Microsoft Access and Office Home & Student 2010 Step by Step--Two New Books from Microsoft Press
Build the skills you need for Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2010 and Access® 2010 by working at your own pace through the easy-to-follow lessons and skill-building exercises in these new Step by Step books. Contact me with the titles you're interested in, as well as where you'll be posting your review.
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Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to build database solutions with Access 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them. Topics include building an Access database from scratch or from templates; publishing your database to the Web; exchanging data with other databases and Microsoft Office documents; creating data-entry forms; using filters and queries; designing reports; using conditional formatting; preventing data corruption and unauthorized access; and other core topics.
Teach yourself exactly what you need to know about using Microsoft Word, Excel®, PowerPoint®, and OneNote®—one step at a time. With Step by Step, you build and practice new skills hands-on, at your own pace.
- Create effective, professional-looking documents
- Build spreadsheets to calculate and visualize data
- Design and deliver polished presentations
- Digitally capture, organize, and share your notes
- Work with graphics, themes, and templates
- Customize each program to work your way
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