Business Application Of
MS-Word, MS-Excel, MS- PowerPoint, MS- Access, Internet explorer
Course: computer Application in Business
Mr. Shah Md. Safiul Hoque
Green University of Bangladesh
MS in Business Information Systems,
University of East London, UK
PhD Fellow (Jahangirnagar University)
I.D No. 120307013
Dept. Business Administration
Green University of Bangladesh
Submission Date: 06.12.2012
Suite of products developed by Microsoft Corporation that includes Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Each program serves a different purpose and is compatible with other programs included in the package. The suite of programs is compatible with both the Windows and Macintosh operating system. Microsoft Office is the most common form of software used in the western world.
Business use of Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word, first released in 1989 as part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, has gone through several iterations and now includes email, database, and desktop publishing software. Microsoft Word is a comprehensive word processing program, useful for home, business, and educational work. As a word processor, Microsoft Word offers a simple interface and the ability to communicate across the larger Microsoft Office suite of programs.
Reports and Memos
The most straightforward use of Microsoft Word for businesses is word processing. As such, Word offers the ability to type and lay out reports, memos, letterheads, and other written business papers. Word has several key built-in functions, including bold, italics, underlining, super- and sub-script, paragraph and line formatting, bullet points, and so forth. The page layout function allows users to customize the size and format of the paper they are trying to create. Flowcharts
Microsoft Word offers a multitude of shapes, lines, and symbols for use in crafting flowcharts. In contrast to typical written documents, flowcharts are visual diagrams meant to direct a reader's attention to the process or flow of a project. Word's various options allow you to customize the layout and look of flowcharts, as well as type text inside and next to shapes, insert images, and so on.
A very widespread use of Microsoft Word in the workplace is in typing and printing mailing labels. Word offers a preset layout in the correct size to print on label paper, which makes mailing much easier than the traditional method of writing labels by hand or typing each label individually on a typewriter. You can also customize the label format for different size labels, as well as laying out text to be printed directly on envelopes.
Many schools have begun to teach typing and word processing to their students, starting as early as elementary school. Typically these skills are developed throughout secondary school in preparation for the business world. Undergraduate students typically spend many hours writing essays. Graduate and doctoral students continue this trend, as well as creating works for research and publication. These manuscripts are often in excess of 200 pages, and are typically the defining point of a student's career. Home
While many homes have word processors on their computers, word processing in the home tends to be educational or business related, dealing with assignments or work being completed at home. Some use word processors for letter writing, résumé creation, and card creation. However, many of these home publishing processes have been taken over by desktop publishing programs such as. Letters
Microsoft Word enables you to create a range of correspondence from a simple office memo to mail-merged form letters with hundreds of addresses. Special programming in the software senses when you are typing a business letter and will pop up a guide to...