A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 (hardcover)

The 2010 version of this popular textbook provides students hands-on practice with cross-curricular projects that focus on creating business documents. Its progressive levels of instruction challenge students at a variety of levels.

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Hardware: Intel® based Mac or PC with 1GHz or faster processor with 512MB RAM

    Operating Systems:
  • Windows: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista® SP1, Windows® 7
  • Apple: Mac OS 10.6 or higher

Web: An Internet web browser

To run the A Guide to Microsoft Office 2010 Instructor Resources program, follow these steps:

  1. Insert the disc into your disc drive.
  2. The software should auto-start on Windows. If it does not, double-click the CD drive. Then double-click *.exe file to launch the program.
  • The “Using the Data Files and Answer Files” link provides information about using the data and answer files provided on the disc.
  • The “ExamView” link provides information on the ExamView® Assessment Suite software provided on the disc.


What do I do if a resource does not open when I click it?

In most cases, clicking a resource opens that resource in the default application that you have set for your computer to associate with its file type. If a file does not open when you click it, check the default settings on your computer and make sure you have a program set to open the file type. (See the Help feature of your operating system for instructions on setting defaults for your computer.)

  • If you have two or more versions of a program installed on your computer, you may have trouble opening a file even if you have the default set. For example, If you have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader installed and also have Adobe® Acrobat® Standard or Adobe® Acrobat® Pro installed, you may have trouble opening PDFs. Selecting Adobe® Acrobat® Standard or Adobe® Acrobat® Pro as the default handler for PDF files usually resolves the issue.
  • Microsoft® PowerPoint® Viewer will sometimes fail to open Microsoft® PowerPoint® files (PPT). The full version of Microsoft® PowerPoint® does not have this issue.