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Scope of these applications accommodate Core accreditation in MOUS. ... A profitability affirmation system intended to approve desktop PC abilities utilizing ...
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PC Applications, Intro. Mr. Gayle Topp Homestead High School

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Who Am I? B.S. - Accounting, Ball State University Teaching License, Ball State University 11 th year educating; fifth year at HHS Courses: Computer Applications, Law, and Advanced Accounting Email: gtopp@sacs.k12.in.us Phone: 431.2926

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Course Description Computer Applications is a business course intended to furnish understudies with PC ideas including Windows 2000 working framework, and Microsoft Office 2000 applications: Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Scope of these applications accommodate Core affirmation in MOUS.

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Microsoft Office User Specialist Certification Certify Your Productivity through Microsoft Office Certification! www.mous.net

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MOUS Certification An efficiency confirmation program intended to accept desktop PC abilities utilizing Microsoft Office applications Proves PC proficiency Identifies open doors for aptitudes upgrade Establishes a worldwide standard

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Core Expert Form Letters Formal Reports Proposals Newsletters Brochures Manuals Forms Letters/Memos Faxes Envelopes/Labels Resumes Time Sheets Microsoft Office User Specialist Exams Example of Word 2000 Skill Sets

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Core Expert Import Data Templates Number Formats Report Manager Macros Grouping and Outlines Subtotals Pivot Charts and Tables Track Changes Cell Content AutoFill and AutoFormat Format Cells Format Painter References Headers and Footers Print Titles and Options Link Worksheets Functions Microsoft Office User Specialist Exams Example of Excel 2000 Skill Sets

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The Reward for Passing

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Academic Work The lessons in this course contain the accompanying components intended to advance learning: Concept message that investigates each new element Step-by-step practices Projects for idea application Critical Thinking Activities to empower critical thinking

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Course Outline For every application: Pre-Test (Must accomplish 85% to try out) Begin individualized course of study Test out of every lesson (90% required) Post-Test (Must accomplish 85%)

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Grade: Participation purposes of 3 focuses every day Completion of 4 units of study: C = Word and Excel B = PowerPoint A = Access Attendance A day by day 3 point derivation will happen for all nonappearances! Win back a point for every quarter hour made up in the lab Evaluation Methods

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Supplies Needed: 2-pocket envelope with clasp Pen or pencil

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Classroom Expectations Bring materials to class each day! Focus at all times. Be aware! Stay in doled out seat until released by instructor. Push seat in when rejected from class!

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Computer Lab Agreement Using offensive dialect Logging in under another client\'s ID Unapproved replicating of any system or record Unauthorized utilization of a project Violation of SACS District Internet Use Agreement Defacing, dismantling, or wrecking any PC programming or equipment

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Please don\'t hesitate to get in touch with me! Before school starting at 6:45 a.m. Prep period is 10:06 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. After school until 3:45 p.m. Email: gtopp@sacs.k12.in.us Phone: 431.2926 Other courses of action upon solicitation!

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Thank you for coming!

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