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READING LIST FOR OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
COMMUNICATION AND TASK MANAGEMENT
TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHED PUBLISHER ISBN NUMBER

Business Communication

David Nickson, Suzy Siddons Jon Sutherland, Diane Canwell LA Woolcott, W R Unwin

1996

Heinemann

0750625724

Business Communication for Secretarial Certificates

1997

Heinemann

0435455567

Mastering Business Communication

1983Palgrave

0333335295

Task/Time Management
TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHED PUBLISHER ISBN NUMBER

Perfect Time Management Successful Time Management in a Week Clear your Desk

Ted Johns Declan Treacy Declan Treacy

1994 1998

Arrow Books Hodder & Stoughton Random House Business Books

0712655492 0340587636

1991

0091748518

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OFFICE PROCEDURES
TITLE AUTHORPUBLISHED PUBLISHER ISBN NUMBER

Modern Business Administration Secretarial Procedures

Appleby

1994

Financial Times Prentice Hall Financial Times Management Addison Wesley Longman Longman Longman Heinemann

0273602829

Helen Harding

1996

0582298911

Office Organisation and Secretarial Procedures

Helen Harding

1997

0582308585

Office Procedures Secretarial DutiesAdministration Procedures for Higher Secretarial Diplomas

John Harrison John Harrison Lesley Jefferson, Sue Sealey Jennings

1996 1996 1999

0582293413 0582278449 0435455133

Secretarial and Administration Procedures Secretarial Procedures, International Administration NVQ Administration Level 1

1999

Prentice Hall

0137983492

Maclay, Harrison Margaret Nicholson Sutherland,Canwell

1994

Longman

0273603116

1995

MacMillan Press Ltd Heinemann

033360105X

Business Administration for Secretarial Certificates

1999

0435455559

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TEXT PROCESSING Note to Students and Tutors There are many areas of knowledge which should underpin your text processing skills. You will need to: • • • • • have a good standard of English (spelling andgrammar) know how to compose and display business documents have a sound understanding of business and commerce and associated terminology be able to organise yourself and your work area have a good level of general knowledge (wide vocabulary and comprehension).

Furthermore, in a work situation, a keen regard for health and safety issues is also important. The following reading list is thereforean example of the types of material which you should read. If you cannot obtain the exact books do not worry. Look for any others in the same category. English You should have access to any good dictionary (e.g. Oxford, Chambers, Collins, etc) and any good thesaurus (e.g. Longman, Chambers, etc). You may additionally find benefit from a book such as the following which concentrates on businessEnglish specifically.
TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHED PUBLISHER ISBN NUMBER

Office Guide to Business English Text Processing

An ARCO Book

1996

MacMillan USA

067189661X

These books cover the basics of how to deal with typed text, whether produced on a typewriter or word processor.
TITLE AUTHOR PUBLISHED PUBLISHER ISBN NUMBER

Examination Typewriting

Bailey

1992

Thomson LearningLongman Higher Education Nelson Thornes

0333570081

Professional Text Production with Keyboarding

Cashin, Jones, Dulmage ColesMogford, Drummond

1998

0582369339

Applied Typing and Information Processing

1994

0748718974

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First Aid in the Workplace – What To Do In The First Five Minutes Office Procedures Secretarial Duties Merriam-Webster'sSecretarial Handbook Getting and Staying Organised

Gould

1997

Brady/Prentice Hall

083595109X

Harrison Harrison Huth

1996 1996 1994

Longman Longman MerriamWebster American Media Incorporated Longman

0582293413 0582278449 0877792364

Livesay

1997

1884926436

Workplace English: Office File

Melgesen, Adams Miller McKenzie, Bryden McKenzie, Bryden Melgesen, Adams Phillips...
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