Developed especially for the TVET student at N4 level, Succeed in Information Processing N4 provides students with the necessary theoretical knowledge to write their exams and the practical application to enter the workplace confidently Succeed in Information
- Focus on plain language with difficult words defined where they are used and a glossary at the back of the textbook.
- Learning outcomes are listed at the start of each chapter and reviewed again in summary form at the end of the chapter for students to use when studying.
- Step-by-step guides to using programmes with clear screenshots to make it easy for students to follow
Assessment questions at the end of each chapter provides test and exam practice.
- Opportunities throughout to practise what has been taught.
Part 1: Initial Instruction
1Components of a computer
2Using a computer
3Elementary word processing funtions
4Editing and formatting text
5Advanced word processing functions
Part 2: Accuracy and speed development
2Typing Roman numerals
4Developing accuracy and speed
Part 3: Mauniscript signs
1What are manuscript signs?
2Using manuscript signs in document development
Part 4: Paragraphs and headings
1Using paragraphs and headings
2Different types of paragraphs
Part 5: Assignments on folded paper
1Producing documents on folded paper
2Choosing the correct page layout
3Adjusting the page margins
Part 6: Menus
1What is a menu?
2Creating menus that have leader dots
3Creating a menu using the block method
4Creating a menu using the centre method
Part 7: Advertisements
1The world of advertising
2Ethics in advertising
3Creating an advertisement
4Using different print sizes
Part 8: Letters
2Types of letters and their components
3Formatting business and official letters
4Formatting letters and application
5Letterheads and templates
Part 9: Curricula Vitae
1What is a curriculum vitae?
2Curriculum vitae templates
Part 10: Memorandums
1What is a memorandum?
Part 11: Tabular statements
1What is a table?
Part 12: Financial statements
1What is a financial statement?
2The main types of financial statement
3Creating and formatting a financial statement
Part 13: Paragraphs in African languages
1South Africa's official languages
2Typing in paragraphs in African languages
Students engaging with computers and computer programmes for the first time. Student studying Management Assistant at N4 level.