McGraw-Hill is proud to introduce the Hinkle et al., Office 2010: A Lesson Approach Series. Utilizing the author team of Deborah Hinkle, Kathleen Stewart, John Carter and Pat Graves from the former Professional Approach Series for Microsoft Office, this Office 2010: Lesson Approach series provides a fresh, clear, modular introduction of Microsoft Office 2010 skills. It’s "Learn by Doing" theme is incorporated in each lesson so students can experience hands-on learning throughout the entire text. Students first focus on the introductory skills that are isolated in each lesson and then complete individual skill exercises that ensure a clear learning path. The application case studies provide even more context to the student so they can better associate lesson goals and themes. This text also correlates with SimNet Online for Office 2010, our online training and assessment program, and also SimGrader, our online project grader component which contains a full project library including projects from this Lesson Approach Series and also projects from our other Microsoft Office 2010 textbook series. Together, SimNet and SimGrader provide the complete solution for today’s student learning Microsoft Office 2010.
Graves; Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010: A Lesson Approach
Unit 1 – Basic Skills
Lesson 1: Getting Started in PowerPoint
Lesson 2: Developing Presentation Text
Lesson 3: Revising Presentation Text
Unit 2 – Presentation Illustration
Lesson 4: Working with Images
Lesson 5: Creating Tables
Lesson 6: Creating Charts
Lesson 7: Creating SmartArt Graphics
Unit 3 – Visual Impact
Lesson 8: Customizing Colors and Effects
Lesson 9: Refining Original Illustrations
Lesson 10: Animating and Using Multimedia Effects
Lesson 11: Customizing Themes and Slide Masters
Unit 4 – Development and Distribution
Lesson 12: Integrating and Other Programs
Lesson 13: Preparing a Presentation for Delivery
Lesson 14: Preparing for Electronic Distribution
New to this Edition
LESSON APPROACH allows student to focus on isolated Microsoft Office skills.
STEP-BY-STEP instructions within each Exercise and Lesson.
“On Your Own” End of Lesson and Unit exercises allow students to “LEARN BY DOING."
NEW! Overall content updated to reflect Microsoft Office 2010
NEW! More context given in student exercise instruction when referencing the Case Studies to help in student understanding.
NEW! Author Generated Instructor supplements available on the OLC.