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COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Code Course Title Credit Units Prerequisite : : : : COMP01 Knowledge Work Software and Presentation Skills 3 units

Course Description The course will expose students to a suite of software tools useful for knowledge workers. This includes software for word processing, spreadsheets, presentation graphics, desktop publishing, electronic mail and internet browsing. This course also is geared towards a Microsoft Office User Specialist Certification. Course Objective At the end of the term, the student is expected to be familiar and highly skilled in the application of the various business application softwares. Specifically, the student should be able to: 1. Master the MS Office application software particularly using MS Word, MS Excel and MS PowerPoint. 2. Familiarize himself with the MS Outlook. 3. Obtain a MOUS certification. Course Outline I. MS Word 1. Creating documents 1.1 How to create documents 1.2 Using a template 1.3 The Office Assistant 1.4 Using the Office Assistant 2. Working with text 2.1 Inserting features 2.2 Inserting the date and time 2.3 Basic formatting 2.4 Formatting text 2.5 Editing tools 2.6 Editing a document 3. Customizing documents 3.1 Aligning paragraphs 3.2 Formatting paragraphs 3.3 Creating numbered list 3.4 Setting page features 3.5 Inserting page numbers
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4. Using tables 4.1 Creating and formatting tables 4.2 Creating a table 4.3 Changing table structure 4.4 Restructuring a table 5. Storing and printing documents 5.1 Opening and linking documents 5.2 Saving documents 5.3 Opening and saving documents 5.4 Printing and sharing documents 5.5 Previewing and printing documents 6. 7. 8. 9. Advanced formatting Master documents Navigation Tables and charts MS Office 2000: Beginning MS Word MS Office 2000: Advanced MS Word

SmartForce Integration: II. MS Excel

1. Introduction 1.1 Starting Excel 1.2 Entering and changing data 1.3 Manipulating data 1.4 Deleting and clearing cells 1.5 Copying and moving data 2. Formatting 2.1 Cells, rows and columns 2.2 Modifying cells 2.3 Working with styles and text 2.4 Applying font styles 2.5 Formatting numbers 3. Workbooks 3.1 Creating and saving workbooks 3.2 Opening and saving a workbook 3.3 Previewing and printing workbooks 3.4 Hyperlinks and e-mail 4. Formulas 4.1 Creating formulas 4.2 Entering formulas 4.3 Revising a formula 4.4 Automatic features 5. Advanced editing 6. Security and auditing 7. Numbers and ranges SmartForce Integration: MS Office 2000: Beginning MS Excel MS Office 2000: Advanced MS Excel
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MS PowerPoint 1. Creating presentations 1.1 New presentations 1.2 Office and presentation assistants 1.3 Working with slides 1.4 Copying and moving slides 2. Modifying presentations 2.1 Slide layout 2.2 Editing text 2.3 Changing text format 3. Visual elements 3.1 Working with objects 3.2 Bulleted and numbered lists 3.3 Working with lists 4. Output 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Preparing for presentations Saving presentations Printing and mailing a presentation Printing handouts MS Office 2000: Beginning MS Powerpoint MS Office 2000: Advanced MS Powerpoint

SmartForce Integration: IV. MS Outlook

1. Sending and printing mail 1.1 Introducing Outlook 1.2 Outgoing mail 1.3 Addressing and sending mail 1.4 Incoming mail 1.5 Finding and archiving mail 2. Using calendar 2.1 Scheduling 2.2 Planning a meeting 2.3 Revising a list of attendees 2.4 Configuring calendar 2.5 Customizing calendar views 3. Contacts, tasks and notes 3.1 Contacts 3.2 Creating and editing a contact 3.3 Tasks 3.4 Assigning tasks 3.5 Notes 3.6 Creating and editing notes 4. Organizing and printing 4.1 Categories 4.2 Journals 4.3 Printing
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SmartForce Integration: Textbook & Reference:

MS Office 2000: Beginning MS Outlook

1. Step by Step Student Guide using Microsoft Word & Excel, Microsoft Press, 2000. Grading System Lecture: Average Quiz Class Standing Major Examination Total Prelims 40% 10% 50% 100% x 60% 60% Prelims 40% 10% 50% 100% x 40% 40% 100% Midterms 40% 10% 50% 100% x 60% 60% Midterms 40% 10% 50% 100% x 40% 40% 100% Finals 40% 10% 50% 100% x 60% 60% Finals 40% 10% 50% 100% x 40% 40% 100%

Laboratory: Average MP Class Standing Major Examination Total GRADE

FINAL GRADE = 30% Prelim Grade + 30% Midterm Grade + 40% Final Grade

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