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Micro Computers in Business Using MS Office

Course NumberCST 134
Credits3
Lab Hours0
Lecture Hours45
Course DescriptionSurveys small computer systems used for personal, business, and industrial applications including hardware, software, and operating systems. Uses MS Office for word processing, spreadsheets, and database software as well as the evaluation and selection of systems. Credit may be earned in CST 134 or CIS 120, but not both. (45-0)


Outcomes and Objectives

Understand the basic features of Microsofts Word.
Objectives:
  1. Demonstrate basic features of Word: entering text, editing text, spelling and grammar checking, saving, printing, retrieving, cutting and pasting text and graphics, and other text enhancement functions.

Attain skills in writing of technical papers.
Objectives:
  1. Plan, organize and write a technical paper or web page.

Understand the basic functions of the Microsoft Excel.
Objectives:
  1. Demonstrate ability to create a simple spreadsheet.
  2. Use add, subtract, multiply, and divide in formulas.
  3. Use built in functions.
  4. Design spreadsheets using sound design that are easy to understand.

Understand the basic functions of Microsoft Access.
Objectives:
  1. Demonstrate ability to create a database.
  2. Demonstrate ability to create a table.
  3. Demonstrate ability to create a simple query
  4. Demonstrate ability to create a report with derived totals, sums, and level breaks.

Understand the basic functions of Microsoft PowerPoint.
Objectives:
  1. Demonstrate ability to create a PowerPoint presentation.
  2. Demonstrate ability to create a presentation utilizing a template.
  3. Demonstrate ability to utilize slide transitions.
  4. Demonstrate ability to edit, enhance, and customize presentations.
  5. Demonstrate ability to use graphics and multimedia objects in presentations.




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