has always been my mission to persevere through trials and tribulations
Altadena, CA (Vocus) September 24, 2010
One of the key pieces of advice given to job seekers today is to keep their skills current – especially their computer skills. With the new, easy-to-use reference guide from author and computer instructor Denise Chambers, Fundamental Keyboarding Skills: From the Typewriter to The Computer (published by AuthorHouse), readers will find the information they need to seamlessly integrate word processing technology and proficiency into their professional repertoire.
Typewriting, now known as keyboarding, has been a frequently overlooked aspect of basic computer knowledge in our digital world. But not anymore. Full of useful tips, thoughtful explanations and detailed illustration, Fundamental Keyboarding Skills will revisit the skills of typewriting and show readers how to transfer their knowledge in order to learn and do more with computer technology. Chambers gives readers the tools to teach themselves the basics of Word processing, including the basic symbol keys for formatting, accurate hand placement, how to set margins and tables, and set headings and subheadings.
Fundamental Keyboarding Skills combines the fundamentals with letter, capitalization and timed-writing drills so that readers can record their progress. Already well known across the nation in computer classrooms, adult education courses, universities, city colleges, senior centers and basic keyboarding classes, Fundamental Keyboarding Skills gives novice and advanced word processor users the skills to make them an expert.
About the Author:
Denise Chambers has stated that it “has always been my mission to persevere through trials and tribulations,” and when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1994 it was no different. Nevertheless, she continued to raise her family, work at two jobs and finish school. Today, she is a seasoned teacher and candidate for a doctorate in educational leadership. Fundamental Keyboarding Skills: From the Typewriter to The Computer is her first book.
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