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MCTC Textbooks Anyone?

Posted on: May 17, 2009

Though I do have crafty news to tell you, I’m going to post this first. Later this week I’ll do the sewing and knitting updates.

I’m trying to sell my books from this past semester. If anyone is interested, below is the info. I will only accept payments via pay pal if you are not in the Mpls area or cash only if you are because we can meet up at the Mall of America. They will be mailed media (slooooowwwww) rate to those out of state or or out of the immediate Twin Cities area since you’d be paying the postage, or I can mail them another way. So long as you’re paying, I don’t care, just be specific when you contact me.

All are on craigslist, clink on the book title to go the link.

BOOK ONE

Practical PC – Fifth Edition, 2008 Course Technology, 295 pp.

Authors: June Jamrich Parsons, Dan Oja, Marilou Sazon Potter

Includes an interactive BookOnCD which contains every page of the printed book with interactive screentours, assessment, skills tests, projects and more. Great for the person who wants a thorough basic introduction to pc’s, needs a refresher, or perhaps will be taking the Fundamentals of Business Computers course at Minneapolis Community & Technical College.

NOTE:
1.The operating system the book uses for referencing examples, for projects, etc., is Windows Vista. Don’t let this deter you, you can still benefit. The point of the book is to help you understand how to use your pc. Not super in-depth, just enough to give you a good comfort level.
2. The book projects use Windows 2007 but you can complete (for the most part) the projects using Windows 2003 just as well.

Examples of chapter titles: Installing and Learning Software, Organizing Files and Folders, Protecting your Files, Browsing and Searching the Web, Upgrading and Expanding Your PC. There are 19 chapters in total.

No markings in book at all. Used for spring semester course, Fundamentals of Business Computers, at Minneapolis Community & Technical College.

I paid $67.00, selling for $40.00

BOOK TWO

Student Study Guide and Work Projects for Basic Manual for the Lawyer’s Assistant, Ninth Edition.

Created by members of NALS…the association for legal professionals. This study guide is used in many school courses and is recognized as an important tool in learning to be a lawyer’s assistant. There are many projects and exercises in the manual that can be utilized for practice.

This study guide should be used in conjunction with the manual. See posting called MANUAL: Basic Manual for the Lawyer’s Assistant.

Light (erased as well as possible) pencil marks in two places, otherwise no writing or highlighting in book at all. Used for spring semester course at Minneapolis Community & Technical College. The course is called Legal Office Procedures.

I paid $18, selling for $10.00

BOOK THREE

Basic Manual for the Lawyer’s Assistant, Ninth Edition.

Created by members of NALS…the association for legal professionals. This manual is used in many school courses as well as in many law firms. It’s an excellent reference book for anyone who is contemplating becoming a lawyer’s assistant or is just curious about basic legal procedures. Some of the chapter titles are: Eithics, Accounting, Preperation of Legal Documents, Torts, Bankruptcy, The Courts, Litigation. There are a total of 20 chapters and the book has 816 pages.

This manual can be used along with the study guide that is also posted for sale. See posting called STUDY GUIDE FOR: Basic Manual for the Lawyer’s Assistant.

Highlighting in yellow only in one chapter and only on approximately 250 words in one chapter. Otherwise no writing or highlighting in book at all. Used for spring semester course at Minneapolis Community & Technical College. The course is called Legal Office Procedures.

I paid $54, selling for $40.00

You can contact me two ways, go to craigslist via the links and follow those instructions or send me an email  midwestknitgirlATgmailDOTcom. You knw what to do with the AT and the DOT. 🙂

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2 Responses to "MCTC Textbooks Anyone?"

I’m sorry that I don’t need any of your books, but I just wanted to say that Media Mail isn’t so bad! I use it all the time exchanging books on BookMooch.com and they almost always arrive in less than a week, sometimes in as few as 3 days! These days you don’t get much speedier than that with regular 1st class. Go, Media Mail!

Thanks for the info, good to know. 🙂

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