Lesson 4 Advanced features in Microsoft Word
Including Mathematical Equations
Microsoft Word provides facilities for editing nice looking mathematical equations. In
order to edit mathematical equations you have to activate the Microsoft equation edito
1.1 Slide show
Once a presentation is prepared you want to present it as a slide
show. It can be done in several ways.
1. Start a slide show from within Microsoft PowerPoint
Open the presentation you want to view as a slide show and do one of
Lesson 13 Manipulating Databases (Queries)
Creating and Running Queries
In this section, we show how to use the Access Wizards to create
queries for a single table and for multiple tables.
In this section, we demonstrate how to query
1.1 Creating tables
After saving your database file you will be able to see the Database
window. In the
Database window you will see three options for creating tables: Create table
view, Create table by using wizard, and Create table by entering
Lesson 13 Manipulating Databases (Reports)
Multiple-Page Forms Using Tabs
Tab controls allow you to easily create multi-page forms. Create a tab
control by following these steps:
1. Click the Tab Control icon on the toolbox and draw the control on
Lesson 1 Introduction to Computing
1.1. Basic terms used
First of all you have to understand basic terms used. Without having a
better understanding of terms, it is not possible to use Information
Technology in successful manner.
Hardware: The term hardwa
Lesson 14 Manipulating Databases (Forms)
1.1 Creating a Single Table Form using the Wizard
To create a form, you can use the following steps:
1. Click on the Forms tab on the Access main screen.
2. Select the Create form by form wizard. Then the form wiza
1.1 Relational Model
The model was first proposed by Dr. E.F. Codd of IBM in 1970 in the
following paper: "A Relational Model for Large Shared Data Banks,"
Communications of the ACM, June 1970. The above paper caused a
major revolution in the f