How to pass ECDL® for Microsoft® Office 2003
Paul Holden & Brendan Munnelly
How to Pass ECDL for Office 2003 has been written and designed to help you to study for the ECDL, to remember what you have learned – and to pass the exams with confidence!
Fully covering the latest version of the ECDL syllabus – ECDL4 – using the most popular and commonly-used PC software (Microsoft Windows XP®; Office 2003; and Internet Explorer 6), How to Pass ECDL provides everything you need to understand and apply the subjects covered by the syllabus, and introduces many new features intended to make your studies more accessible and successful, including:
Two-colour layout makes it easy to follow each lesson and find your way around each module
Four-colour “cut-out-and-keep” guides for each module to help your revision
Learning goals explain exactly what you will be covering in each module
New terms explained by subject area help you get to grips with unfamiliar terminology
Example-based workbook approach guides you through new topics by practising as you go
Tips boxes give you additional practical insider knowledge
Clear screenshots illustrate each feature covered and help build your understanding
The European Computer Driving Licence® (ECDL) is THE internationally recognised qualification that will allow you to demonstrate your competence in computer skills. Employers are increasingly relying on the ECDL to improve the skills of their workforce and to recruit computer-literate staff.
The main benefits of the ECDL to you as an individual are that it:
Raises your level of competence in IT and computer skills
Improves your productivity at home and work
Requires no prior knowledge of IT or computer skills
Provides you with an industry-recognised qualification
Everything you need to know to demonstrate your competence in computer skills and pass the ECDL tests, all in one book !
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