• This course is designed for beginning users of Microsoft Office 2010. During the Fall Semester of the course, you will learn to use Word, PowerPoint and Publisher through a variety of activities, simulations, and case projects. This course is designed to demonstrate the basic tools and features for each of these programs in an easy-to-follow, hands-on approach. It is important to work through each lesson within a unit in the order presented, as each lesson builds on what was learned in the previous lessons. You must complete all lessons in order to complete the course. When all assignments, projects and quizzes are completed, make arrangements with your e-instructor to take your final exam and project.

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  • Welcome to BCIS A!

    Course Description:

    As a student in this course, you will learn the most important topics of Microsoft Office 2007. No prior computer experience is assumed. You will first be presented with an overview of computer concepts, followed by an introduction to Microsoft Office. You will learn to use Microsoft Word to create and edit a word document, include graphics and tables. You will learn to use Excel to manage finances, work with formulas, charts and graphics, and develop a professional worksheet. With Microsoft Access, you will create and repair databases, tables, form letters, mailing labels, and reports. You will then learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Topics include printing existing presentations, creating a new presentation with text, clip art, and sound, and building and modifying charts and tables. You will learn to use Microsoft Publisher to edit an existing project and to create your own brochure with text, clip art images, and Design Gallery objects. Finally, you will learn how to enhance Office 2007 by using a Capstone Simulation that incorporates all Microsoft Office 2007 applications.

    Text/Materials:

    Text: Pasewark and Pasewark, Microsoft Office 2007-Introductory, Course Technology, 2008.

    Software: Microsoft Windows 98, NT, 2000 or higher, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher 2007, and Internet Explorer will be used. Instructor will provide information on how to use these packages.

    Handouts: Additional handouts may be required. Instructor will provide information on obtaining this material.

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  • Welcome to BCIS A!

    Course Description:

    As a student in this course, you will learn the most important topics of Microsoft Office 2007. No prior computer experience is assumed. You will first be presented with an overview of computer concepts, followed by an introduction to Microsoft Office. You will learn to use Microsoft Word to create and edit a word document, include graphics and tables. You will learn to use Excel to manage finances, work with formulas, charts and graphics, and develop a professional worksheet. With Microsoft Access, you will create and repair databases, tables, form letters, mailing labels, and reports. You will then learn how to use Microsoft PowerPoint 2007. Topics include printing existing presentations, creating a new presentation with text, clip art, and sound, and building and modifying charts and tables. You will learn to use Microsoft Publisher to edit an existing project and to create your own brochure with text, clip art images, and Design Gallery objects. Finally, you will learn how to enhance Office 2007 by using a Capstone Simulation that incorporates all Microsoft Office 2007 applications.

    Text/Materials:

    Text: Pasewark and Pasewark, Microsoft Office 2007-Introductory, Course Technology, 2008.

    Software: Microsoft Windows 98, NT, 2000 or higher, Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher 2007, and Internet Explorer will be used. Instructor will provide information on how to use these packages.

    Handouts: Additional handouts may be required. Instructor will provide information on obtaining this material.

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  • In Principles of Business, Marketing, and Finance, students gain knowledge and skills in economies and private enterprise systems, the impact of global business, marketing of goods and services, advertising, and product pricing. Students analyze the sales process and financial management principles. This course allows students to reinforce, apply, and transfer academic knowledge and skills to a variety of interesting and relevant activities, problems and settings in business, marketing, and finance.

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