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Word 2003 Word Basics : Starting word, Creating a new document, Opening preexisting document, The parts of a word

window, Typing text, Selecting text, Deleting text, Undo, Redo, Repeat, Inserting text, Replacing text, Formatting text, Cut , Copy, Paste – Formatting Text and Documents : Auto format, Line spacing, Margins, Borders and Shading. Headers and Footers : Definition of headers and footers, creating basic headers and footers, creating different headers and footers for odd and even pages. Tables : Creating a simple table, Creating a table using the table menu, Entering and editing text in a table, selecting in table, adding rows, changing row heights, Deleting rows, Inserting columns, Deleting columns, changing column width. Graphics : Importing graphics, Clipart, Insert picture, Clip Art Gallery, using word’s drawing features, drawing objects, text in drawing. Templates : Template types, using templates, exploring templates, modifying templates. Macros : Macro, Record in macros, editing macros, running a macro. Mail Merge : Mail Merge concept, Main document, data sources, merging data source and main document, Overview of word menu options word basic tool bar. MS Office I : MS Word : Word Processing : Meaning and features of word processing – Advantages and applications of word processing - Parts of MS Word application window – Toolbars – Creating, Saving and closing a document – Opening and editing a document - Moving and copying text – Text and paragraph formatting, applying Bullets and Numbering – Find and Replace – Insertion of Objects, Date and Time, Headers, Footers and Page Breaks – Auto Correct – Spelling and Grammar checking – Graphics, Templates and wizards - Mail Merge : Meaning, purpose and advantages – creating merged letters, mailing labels, envelops and catalogs- Working with Tables – Format Painter. Word Basics : Starting word, Creating a new document, Opening preexisting document, The parts of a word window, Typing text, Selecting text, Deleting text, Undo, Redo, Repeat, Inserting text, Replacing text, Formatting text, Cut, Copy, Paste – Printing. Formatting Your Text and Documents : Auto format, Line spacing, Margins, Borders and Shading. Working with Headers and Footers: Definition of headers and footers, creating basic headers and footers, creating different headers and footers for odd and even pages. Tables : Creating a simple table, Creating a table using the table menu, Entering and editing text in a table, selecting in table, adding rows, changing row heights, Deleting rows, Inserting columns, Deleting columns, changing column width . Graphics : Importing graphics, Clipart, Insert picture, Clip Art Gallery, using word’s drawing features, drawing objects, text in drawing. 1

Deleting a slide. Using design template option. using templates. purpose. Usage and application – Images. Printing presentation elements. 2 . Getting started. Numbering a slide. Saving presentation.Slide ViewsFormatting –Insertion of Objects and Charts in slides. Closing presentation. advantages and application of Ms Power point – Parts of MS Power point window – Menus and Tool bars – Creating presentations through Auto content wizard. Transition and build effects. Closing presentation. Getting started. Power Point : Basics. Views Creating Presentations : Using auto content wizard. merging data source and main document. Printing presentation elements. Drawing in power point. Recording macros. Ms-Power Point 2003 Power Point : Basics. Graphics. Using blank presentation option. editing and deleting slides –Types of slides . Using design template option. Saving presentation. Adding slides. MS PowerPoint: Features. modifying templates. exploring templates. sounds and music – Video presentation devices – Multimedia on web. Templates and manually – slide show – saving.Templates : Template types. Terminology. Importing Images from the outside world. Terminology. running a macro. Importing Images from the outside world. Deleting a slide. Views Creating Presentations : Using auto content wizard. Adding slides. opening and closing a Presentation – Inserting. Transition and build effects. Using blank presentation option. Drawing in power point. Mail Merge : Mail Merge concept. Deleting a slide. data sources. Macros : Macro. Deleting a slide. Main document.Custom Animation and Transition. Numbering a slide. editing macros. Overview of word menu options word basic tool bar. Multimedia : Meaning.

Working with graphics in Excel : Creating and placing graphic objects. checking spelling. entering and formatting numbers. examples of functions by category. 3 . format painter speeds up format copying. resizing and moving charts. Unit-2 : EXCEL CHARTS. inserting cells. online functions help. manual formatting. format codes alter a number’s appearance. Organizing large projects : Using names. Changing worksheet values by dragging chart parts. splitting windows and fixing titles. changing colors and shading. creating charts on separate worksheets. editing charts. positioning graphics on worksheets. rotating 3-D charts. instant charts with the chart wizard. possible sources of excel graphics. more auto fill examples. creating trend lines. inserting and removing page breaks. GRAPHICS AND FUNCTIONS 12 hrs Excel’s chart features : chart parts and terminology. changing font sizes and attributes. An introduction to functions : Parts of a function. Overview of excel features. inserting rows. using multiple worksheets in a workbook. outlining your worksheets. Rearranging worksheets : Moving cells. referencing cells. Excel formatting tips and techniques : Excel page setup. text boxes. copying cells. resizing graphics. drawing lines and shapes. Navigating with the mouse and keyboard. working with multiple worksheets. deleting charts. Creating a new work sheet. Changing column widths and row heights. auto format. centering text across columns. undoing and repeating actions. Auditing tools help spot potential problems. copying entries and equations to minimize typing. error messages from functions. controlling which series on which axis. Excel slide shows. order of evaluation in formulas. Entering and editing text. hiding rows and columns. printing charts. the function wizard.MS EXCEL 2003 Excel basics : The usual spread sheet features. adding overlay charts. sorting cell data. inserting as you paste. protecting and un protecting documents and cells. functions requiring add-ins. examples of graphics in Excel. Selecting cells. deleting parts of a worksheet. viewing multiple windows. inserting columns. entering and editing formulas. adding chart notes and arrows. Getting Started. data map. clearing parts of a worksheet. summarizing information from multiple worksheets. adjusting alignments. setting the default chart type. how formulas react to worksheet design changes. using border buttons and commands. creating custom fill lists. look up tables. using styles. text notes.

creation of different types of charts. 4 . sorting excel databases. Resizing Graphics. Functions Requiring Add-ins. entering and editing Formulas. Statistical functions. Inserting cells. The Function Wizard. Drawing Lines and Shapes. creation.Introduction to Excel’s command macros : Recording your own macros. cell pointer. Auditing and trouble shooting worksheets : Using error values to locate problems. Selecting cells. Consolidation. inserting columns. deleting charts – Linking in Excel Excel Graphics: Creating and placing graphic objects. Examples functions by category: Data and time functions.Parts of MS Excel window – Saving. scenario manager. printing charts. cell. finding the right number with solver. Creating a new worksheet. auto format. Pivot Table and Pivot Chart Reports.. assigning macros to buttons. hiding rows and columns. adding subtotals to databases. Introduction to functions: Parts of a functions. inserting rows. Entering and editing text. using the info window to find errors. Opening and Closing workbook – Insertion and deletion of worksheet – Entering and Editing data in worksheet – cell range – Formatting – Auto Fill –Formulas and its advantages – References : Relative. using border buttons and Commands. Entering and editing Numbers. copying cells. Filtering. different types of functions available in Excel – Templates –Charts – Graphs – Macros : Meaning and Advantages of macros. changing colors and shading. changing column widths and Row heights. using the auditing command to trouble shoot. changing font sizes and Attributes. . Instant charts with the chard wizard. Using worksheets as databases : Database concepts and terms. Text functions. Getting started. using iteration to solve circular references. Formatting : Page setup. Excel Charts: Chart parts and terminology. Deleting parts of a worksheet. moving cells. MS EXCEL : Features of MS Excel – Spread sheet / worksheet. MS Excel Excel Basics: Overview of Excel features. absolute and mixed – Functions: Meaning and Advantages of functions. sorting cell data. centering text across columns. clearing parts of a worksheet. Creating an excel database. cell address etc. workbook. Referencing cells. running macros. filtering—a better way to find. Working with data forms. editing and deletion of macros – Data Sorting. Math and Trig functions. Grouping. validation. Engineering functions. Automating what-if projects : General organizational tips. cross-tabulating databases.

Expressions. using expressions in forms. deleting relationships. how relationships work. creating and using select queries. cross tab queries. duplicate previous entries without retyping. saving forms. field names. resizing fields. modifying section contents. viewing a list of database properties. Finding. starting and quitting access. types of relationships. the access workspace and tools. deleting fields in tables. using expressions in reports. when do entries get saved?. primary key fields. changing the appearance of text in tables. macros and other automation : Expressions. moving from record to record in a table. undo. sorting and displaying data : Queries and dynasets. properties in reports. Relational databases : Flat versus relational. creating relationships. Creating a simple database and tables : The access table wizard. multiple search criteria. find and replace. moving fields.MS ACCESS 2003 Introduction to Access : Access concepts and terms. correcting entries. printing mailing labels. entry and navigational shortcuts. forms. global replacements. manual reporting and modifying. Forms : The form wizard. modifying forms. adding or deleting fields in tables. renaming fields and their captions. saving queries for latter use. indexing fields. finding incomplete matches. Exercise: creating a simple relationship. multilevel sorts. hiding columns. Unit-4 : ACCESS REPORTS. data types and properties. defining advanced reports. returning to the query design. changing label designs. freezing columns. adding records. expression builders. using wildcards in queries. Entering and editing data : Typing. defining and redefining relationships. reformatting dynasets. the views. switching out of data entry mode. FORMS AND GRAPHICS 12 hrs Printing reports. 5 . creating databases without the wizard. using expressions in queries. form. letters and labels: simple table. saving report formats for reuse. showing all records after a query. and database printing. requesting range of records.

unbound graphics as form and report embellishments. renaming the fields in a table. Adding. Data Types and Properties. Record. Forms: The Form Wizard. Field Names. Finding. Multilevel Sorts. deleting fields. bound graphics in records. Undo. Global Replacements. advantages and limitations of MS Access – Application of MS Access – parts of MS Access window – Tables. adding graphics to buttons. Relational Databases: Flat Versus Relational. properties in Reports. Printing Reports : Simple table. Saving Forms. Information. Saving Queries. Creating and Deleting Relationships. Database. Forms. Creating and using select queries. importing data from word files. MS Office II : MS Access . Finding incomplete matches. Creating Database Tables without the wizard. Correcting Entries. Returning to the Query Design. Viewing Relationships. Showing All Records after a Query. exporting access data. Modifying Forms Entering and Editing Data: Adding Records. Defining advanced Reports. FieldsFeatures. importing and exporting records : Importing versus linking.Graphics in databases : Objects: linked. 6 . File. importing data from spread sheet files. Manual Reporting. Moving from Record to Record in a table. embedded. Sorting and Displaying Data: Queries and Dynasets. bound and unbound. Defining and Redefining Relationships.Data. Types of Relationships. Queries and Reports – Data validity checks – ( Theory with simple problems) MS Access Creating a Simple Database and Tables: Creating a contacts Databases with the wiz. The Access Table Wizard. linking other databases as tables. chart wizard: charting your data. Saving Reports. Form and Database printing. Crosstab Queries. Linking. Duplicating previous entries without Retyping.

How data is organized on a 7 . optical input devices. How the computer accepts input from the keyboard. Looking inside the computer system: Overview: Detecting the ultimate machine. Storage devices. Cache memory. How computers represent data. Video and Sound: Overview: Reaching our senses with sight and sound. Data projectors. Computers for organizations. How computers process data. Transforming data into information: Overview: The difference between data and information. Magnetic storage devices—How data is stored on a disk. Types of storage devices: An ever-growing need. Using the keyboard and mouse: Overview: The keyboard and mouse. Essential computer hardware: processing devices. Why are computers so important. Dye-sublimation printers. Memory. Categorizing storage devices. Ergonomics and input devices. System software. The parts of a computer system. Computer users. Devices for hand. Audio-visual input devices. Machine cycles. Application software. High-quality printers. Ergonomics and monitors. memory devices. Commonly used printers. Computers for individual users. Monitors. The keyboard. Computer data. Printing : Overview: putting digital content in your hands. Inputting data in other ways: Overview: Options for every need and preference. The mouse. Input and output devices. The computer defined. Variants of the mouse. The computer’s internal clock. The Bus. Thermal-wax printers. Computers in society. Plotters. The information processing cycle.Exploring Computers Exploring Computers and their uses : Overview: Computers in our world. Factors effecting processing speed. Sound systems.

anytime. Solidstate storage devices. Hybrid networks. My Computer. The uses of a network. Data communications with standard telephone lines and modems. My documents. Databases and Database Management Systems. Using digital data connections. Programming languages and the programming process: Overview: The keys to successful programming. Providing a user interface. Data Communications : Overview: The local and global reach of networks. The evolution of programming languages. programming languages. Solid-state disks. Multi Programming. Working with a database. Call centers. and information services – E Mail – Creation of email id .communications – FAX. IT enabled services . Tape drivers. Broad band connections. Modern communications: (Concepts only). Presenting information managers. Removable high-capacity magnetic disks. Networking Basics : Overview: Sharing data anywhere. time sharing. Word processing programs. real time operating systems . Enhancing an OS utility software. Windows Explorer – Types of Programming Languages. Folder. Commercial software.Introduction to DOS. Fundamentals of Computers Computer definition – Types of Computer – Logical Organization of a Digital Computer – Memory: Main Memory : RAM. uses for a modem. Spreadsheet programs. Common types of networks. Internet Explorer. DOS internal commands. Running programs. Wireless networks. How networks are structured.Primary and Secondary memory . The Systems development life cycle for programming.CPU . Planning a computer program. Unit – I : Introduction to computers: Definition. Characteristics and limitations of computers . Hardware/Software interaction. multi tasking.Elements of Computers . Network media. ROM and Cache – Secondary Memory : Magnetic type. Modems. Operating system basics : Overview: The purpose of operating systems. DOS External Commands – Introduction to Windows. World wide web development languages.Hardware . functions of an operating system. Compact disk – Input devices – Output devices – Operating system : Definition. Presentation programs. How the operating system finds data on a disk. Database management Systems : Overview: The mother of all computer applications. KPO. Floppy disk. Optical storage devices. Recycle bin. Creating Computer programs : Overview: What is a computer program. machine code.magnetic disk. Acquiring software. Diskettes. Voice mail. Productivity Software : Overview: Software to accomplish the work of life.BPO.Input and Output devices. Types of Operating systems : Brief details of batch processing. Open-source software. Network topologies and protocols. Compilers and interpreters. Hard disk. Freeware and public domain software. File. How programs solve problems. communication – Tele 8 . Code. Smart cards. Managing hardware. Types of operating systems. hard disks. Network hardware.

11. using Microsoft Office 2007. woody Leonhard. Control panel. Computer Skills . Michael Miller.Parker.Computer Network Topologies . Functions and Types of Operating Systems . Computer Generations and Classification: First Generation of Computers-The Second Generation Computers-Third Generation Computers.2. Cryptology. Pearson Education (2007). Prescribed Books : 1. working in Microsoft Office.Allocation of Channels . 24. Peter Norton. Thomson (2007). Tata McGraw Hill 2008). understanding computers today and tomorrow.5.7. 11.Need for Computer Communication Networks . Fourth Edition. Pearson Education (2007). Prescribed books: 1. SixthEdition TataMcGraw Hill (2007)(Chapters 8A. Peter Norton. Windows operating system . Charles S.conferencing – Video conferencing – File exchange – Bandwidth – Modem – Network Topologies – Network types LAN.Characteristics of Communication Channels . Tata McGraw Hill (2007) (Chapters 1. Ron Mansfield. 28) Reference Books : 1.Establishing Channels for Communication .3. 11th edition. 2. Operating Systems: Why do we need an Operating System-Batch Operating System-Multiprogramming Operating System-Time Sharing Operating System-On-line and Real Time Operating System. Deborah Morley.Classification of Computers.12) 2. Definition. Working in Microsoft office. Tata McGraw Hill (2008) (chapters 13 to 23 and 29 to 38) 2. sixth Edition. 8B. Ed Bott. 12. Introduction to Computers. (Chapters : 4 to 9. Computers and Communications: Types of Communications with and Among Computers . 25.9A. Ran Mansfield.The Fourth Generation Computers-The Fifth Generation Computers.10.6.Desktop. Processor: Computer Languages: Why Programming Languages-Assembly LanguageHigh Level Programming Languages-Some High Level Programming Languages.Physical Communication Media .I UNI T I: Computer Basics: Mode l of Computer and its Pa rts Input / Output Units: Description of Computer Input Units-Other Input Methods-Computer Output Units-Computer Memory: Memory cell-Memory organization-Read Only Memory-Serial Access Memory-Physical Devices used to construct Memories-Magnetic Hard Disk-Floppy Disk Drives-Magnetic Tape Drives. Start menu. MAN.Booting process – Disk Operating System: Internal and External Commands – Wild Card Characters – Computer Virus. WAN and their architecture – Dial up access Unit – II : Operating System and Windows: Operating Systems: Meaning. Windows accessories . Reference Books : 9 .4. 9B). 3. Introduction to computers. Absolute Beginner’s guide to computer Basics.Communication Protocol.

1.Parker. Fundamentals of Computers : P. Beyron S Gottfried. 12. Pearson Education (2007) (Chapters: 1 to 14.Efraim Turban :Electronic Commerce. Tata McGraw Hill 4. Kamthane. Srinivas. Third Edition.Parker.Raymond Green Law :Fundamentals of theInternet. Rajkamal. Sixth edition. Fourth Edition. using Microsoft Office 2007.Rayudu . Programming in C. References: 1. Ed Bott. Ron Mansfield. Tata McGraw Hill (2008) (Chapters : 4 to 9. 11th Edition. understanding computers today and tomorrow. PHI. Balaguruswamy. 14. Absolute Beginner’s guide to computer Basics. 15. Ed Bott.Himalaya Publishing House 11.E. Pearson Education (2007). 5. 13. E-Commerce. McGraw Hill International 2. Kochan. Peter Norton. 2. 31. Mohan. Deborah Morley. Tata McGraw Hill(2007). Pearson Education (2007). 4. 24. Understanding Computers: Morley.Himayalaya Publishing House 8. Working in Microsoft Office. Tata McGraw Hill (2007). 18. 33. Using Microsoft Office 2007. Rajaraman. Fundamentals of Information Technolgy: Deepak Bharihanke. TMH(2008). 11. Michael Miller. Curtin. 17. 7. 3. 30.28.Pearson Education 10. 10 . Second Edition.S. Programming with ANSI and Turbo C. Information Technology : Dennis P. 19.Tata Mc Graw Hill 9. 2. 16. 3. Stephen G. Fundamentals of Computing. Himalaya Publishing House 3. Pearson Education (2008). Thomson (2007). Programming with C. Internet and web Technologies. Charles S.E-Business :C. Introduction to Computers. Fundamentals of Computers : Atul Kahate. woody Leonhard. Kalyani Publications 5. Ashok N. Pearson Education (2007). Under Standing Computers today and tomorrow. 25. Thomson (2007). Tata McGraw Hill(2007). 2. MS Office : BPB Publications 7. Absolute Beginners Guide to Computer Basics. Charles S. Excel 12. Woody Leonhard. MS Office : Sanjay Saxsena 6. 11th edition. Cengage Prescribed Books : 1. Deborah Morley. E commerce : CSV Murthy. 34. 35) 3. PearsonEducation (2007). 17) Reference Books : 1. 4. Fundamentals of Computers : V. 6. Introduction to Information Technology.Fourth Edition. Michael Miller.

navigating the web.Unit-5 : FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNET 12 hrs The Internet and the World Wide Web : Overview: what is Internet. Connecting to the Internet wirelessly. online. search results and web sites. Using E-mail. The Internet’s major services. Stomping out spam..ISP.Ev olution of Inte rnet -How Big is In te rnet-Tra ns miss ion Protoc ol Use d Ov er Interne t. the Internet and everything. Doing business in the online world: Overview: commerce on the world wide web. Using your browser and the world wide web. employment placement and job market. searching the web. More features of the Internet. Understanding the world wide web.Connec ting to Interne t.(including practicals) UNI T IV : In troduc tion to Interne t: Introduc tion. advantages and limitations. E-commerce at the business level. Telecommuters.Browser Operations-Searching for Information. travel and tourism services.WWW . World Wide Web: Introduction-What is WWW-Linking of Documents in WWWUniform resource Locator (URL)-Who Puts Up Websites-Websites. 11 . closing your browser.Mail Operation. E-mail and other Internet Services : Overview: communicating through the Internet. online publishing.. advertising-Online payment system. E-Mail: Introduction-E-Mail Program-E-Mail Address-Who Allots the Domain Names-Domain Name System-Using E-Mail-Activating E-Mail Program-E.De finition of Int erne t. Unit. Connecting to the Internet through wires. ordering products / journals / books etc. internet banking.A Versatile Means of Information Dissemination-Major Websites-Business Categories of Websites over Internet-Instructional Websites-Tourism Industry Websites-Entertainment Industry Websites-Browsing the web-Starting the Browser-Getting and Viewing the Document. Using web-based e-mail services. Ecommerce at the consumer level. How PC applications access the Internet. Business. Connecting to the Internet: Overview: Joining the Internet phenomenon. auctions.How to Ge t An Inte rnet Acc ount. getting help with your browser. applications of E commerce trading stocks online. E commerce : Meaning.V : Internet & E commerce Services available on internet . Using an E-mail program. The Internet’s history.