This book presents problem-solving techniques for word processing, graphics, presentation graphics, desktop publishing, spreadsheets, and relational database management systems, and discusses the integration and automation of these applications. Application concepts, guidelines for problem design, and specialized planning guides for problem development are presented. Case studies and examples are presented in selected chapters. Problems for personal or business applications are found at the end of each chapter. Suitable for applications, problem solving for applications, or information processing courses, qProblem Solving for Information Processingq is organized into six units. General Concepts of Problem Solving for Information Processing Graphics and Design Word Processing and Desktop Publishing Spreadsheets Database Management Systems Integration and Automation An Instructor's Manual to accompany the text (ISBN 0-13-041188-4) is available free to instructors using the book for a course.Because there are basic computational and logical tasks that are used repeatedly in the problem-solving process, by using functions an end user can shorten ... For example, take the square root function in the formula =SQRT(A3).
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