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ECDL/ICDL 4.0 Study Guide By J. F. Lancaster

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Helps to prepare for the seven modules required for the European/International Computer Driving License qualification. This volume provides coverage of various objectives for the ECDL/ICDL Syllabus Version 4.0, and offers practical instruction on computer, application, and Internet fundamentals.

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ECDL/ICDL 4.0 Study Guide by J. F. Lancaster

Here's the book you need to prepare for the seven modules required for the European/International Computer Driving License qualification. Produced in conjunction with the British Computer Society, and approved by the ECDL Foundation, this volume provides: comprehensive coverage of all objectives for the ECDL/ICDL Syllabus Version 4.0; practical instruction on computer, application, and Internet fundamentals; detailed hands-on exercises using Office XP; and, real-world insights and advice from experienced IT professionals. Key topics include: Fundamental Concepts of IT - identifying computer hardware and software components, understanding networking basics, health and safety issues, security, and copyright law; Using the Computer and Managing Files - managing files and the desktop, handling viruses, and printing; Word Processing: managing documents, inserting and editing data, formatting text, creating tables, using mail merge, and preparing data for output; and, Spreadsheets.

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About J. F. Lancaster

The British Computer Society (BCS) is the leading professional body for the IT industry. With members in over 100 countries around the world, the BCS is the professional and learned society in the field of computers and Information Systems.

Table of Contents

Introduction. Part I ECDL Module 1: Concepts of Information. Technology. Chapter 1 General IT Concepts. Chapter 2 Hardware. Chapter 3 Software. Chapter 4 Information Networks. Chapter 5 Use of IT in Everyday Life. Chapter 6 Safety and Security: Protecting Your Health, Data, and Rights. Part II ECDL Module 2: Using the Computer and Managing Files. Chapter 7 First Steps with the Computer. Chapter 8 Working with Icons. Chapter 9 Working with Windows. Chapter 10 Working with Files and Folders. Chapter 11 Viruses. Chapter 12 Editing Text Files. Chapter 13 Printing. Part III ECDL Module 3: Word Processing. Chapter 14 First Steps With Word Processing. Chapter 15 Basic Text Operations. Chapter 16 Formatting. Chapter 17 Tables, Graphics, and Other Objects. Chapter 18 Word Processing Output. Part IV ECDL Module 4: Spreadsheets. Chapter 19 Using the Spreadsheet Application. Chapter 20 Cells. Chapter 21 Worksheets. Chapter 22 Formulas and Functions. Chapter 23 Formatting Cells and Worksheets. Chapter 24 Charts and Graphs. Chapter 25 Preparing Outputs. Part V ECDL Module 5: Databases. Chapter 26 An Introduction to Databases. Chapter 27 Creating a Database. Chapter 28 Retrieving Information Using Queries. Chapter 29 Using Forms. Chapter 30 Producing Reports. Part VI ECDL Module 6: Presentation. Chapter 31 Getting Started with Presentation Tools. Chapter 32 Using Text and Images in PowerPoint. Chapter 33 Charts, Graphs, and Drawn Objects. Chapter 34 Slide Show Effects. Chapter 35 Preparing PowerPoint Outputs. Part VII ECDL Module 7: Information and Communication. Chapter 36 The Internet. Chapter 37 Web Navigation. Chapter 38 Web Searching and Printing. Chapter 39 Electronic Mail. Chapter 40 E-mail Messaging. Chapter 41 E-mail Management. Index.

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ECDL/ICDL 4.0 Study Guide by J. F. Lancaster
J. F. Lancaster
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