A Paperback edition by Paul Holden in English (Feb 14, 2004)
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Full colour "cut-out-and-keep" guides for each module to help revision. Learning goals explain exactly what will be covered in each module. New terms explained by subject area help... Read more
Full colour "cut-out-and-keep" guides for each module to help revision. Learning goals explain exactly what will be covered in each module. New terms explained by subject area help learners get to grips with unfamiliar technology. Example-based workbook approach guides candidates through new topics by practising as you go. Tips boxes give additional practical insider knowledge. Clear screenshots illustrate each feature covered and help build understanding. Jam packed full of exercises, tips & tricks, and helpful hints, How To Pass ECDL4 for Office XP leads learners through the ECDL course from beginning to end. Each of the modules is self-contained, meaning candidates can monitor their progress as they proceed through the course. Clear, crisp design means learners can easily highlight difficult topics in a simple and informative way. Written by experienced trainers and writers, How To Pass ECDL4 for Office XP provides the student the skills and knowledge they need to become fully ECDL certified.
How To Pass ECDL 4: Office XP Paperback edition by Paul Holden
Brendan Munnelly and Paul Holden are experienced IT trainers, consultants, journalists and authors. Based in Dublin, Ireland, they developed user training materials for a range of corporate and government organisations throughout Europe. They also offer frequent contributions to computer publications.
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