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Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus
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Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 bietet ein umfassendes Programmpaket für den unternehmerischen Bereich. Programme für verbesserte Kommunikationsabläufe ergänzen die standardmäßigen Textverarbeitungen und Tabellenkalkulationen. Neben den gängigen Standards wie Excel 2013 und Outlook 2013 kommen Extra-Anwendungen wie Lync hinzu. OneDrive Funktion und die Ausrichtung auf Touchgeräte runden das Programm ab. Die Funktionen der Software im Überblick einmaliger Kauf für einen PC oder Laptop für den Gebrauch zu Hause oder bei der Arbeit enthaltene Office Programme: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, Access & Skype for Business (Lync) Touch-Modus für mobile Endgeräte Ribbon-Listen standardmäßig ausgeblendet automatisches Ablegen von Dokumenten in der Cloud optimierte PDF-Ansicht Systemvoraussetzungen für Microsoft Office 2013 Home & Business Betriebssystem: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 Prozessor: 1 GHz oder schneller RAM: 1 GB (32 Bit), 2 GB (64 Bit) Festplattenspeicher: 3 GB Grafikkarte: DirectX 10 Bildauflösung: 1024 x 576 Internetzugang Funktionsumfang von Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus Das Paket beinhaltet Word 2013, PowerPoint 2013 und Excel 2013, Outlook 2013, OneNote 2013, Access 2013 und Publisher 2013. Des Weiteren gehören der Messenger Lync und die Anwendung InfoPath dazu. Mit diesen Funktionen ausgestattet, bietet das Programm alles für einen reibungslosen Büroalltag. Von einfacher Textverarbeitung über Tabellenkalkulation bis hin zu verschiedenen Möglichkeiten Informationen auszutauschen bleibt nichts aus. Mobile Nutzung von Office Das Programm unterstützt neben OpenDocument-Formaten auch Open XML-Formate. Eine Besonderheit: PDF-Dateien lassen sich in Word anzeigen und bearbeiten. Zudem legt Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 Wert auf Mobilität. Mithilfe des Cloud-Speichers OneDrive ist der zentrale Datenzugriff von verschiedenen Endgeräten aus möglich. Zu diesem Zweck lässt sich das Programm auch auf Touchgeräte abstimmen. Der Benutzer erhält damit den Zugriff via Desktop-PC, Notebook, Tablet, Hybridgerät oder Smartphone. Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus - umfassendes Office-Paket mit erweiterter Kommunikation Die Messenger Anwendung Lync (Skype for Business) vereinfacht die interne sowie externe Kommunikation von Unternehmen. Über verschiedene Kommunikationsmedien kann der Benutzer chatten, IP-Telefonie nutzen oder an Videokonferenzen teilnehmen. InfoPath hingegen ermöglicht es, elektronische Formulare in die Arbeit zu integrieren und mit den gewünschten Personen zu teilen. Insgesamt lassen sich mit diesen zusätzlichen Anwendungen in Microsoft Office 2013 Pro Plus Kommunikationskanäle effizienter nutzen. Daten sind leichter zugänglich. Der Benutzer kann sie einfacher zusammengetragen und bearbeiten. Office 2013 Professional Plus online bestellen Microsoft Office 2013 Professional Plus bietet das komplette Office-Paket. Diese und viele weitere Software finden Sie in unserem Onlineshop auf Lizenzfuchs.de . Schauen Sie vorbei und bestellen Sie schnell, einfach und günstig die Software, die Sie brauchen. Unser erfahrenes Team steht Ihnen dabei zur Seite, sollten Sie Fragen haben.

Anbieter: Lizenzfuchs
Stand: 11.08.2020
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Kill the Messenger , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 763min
9,95 € *
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At the end of a long day battling street traffic, bike messenger Jace Damon has one last drop to make. But en route to delivering a package for one of L.A.'s sleaziest defense attorneys, he's nearly run down by a car, chased through back alleys, and shot at. Only the instincts acquired while growing up on the streets of L.A. allow him to escape with his life, and with the package someone wants badly enough to kill for. Jace returns to Lenny Lowell's office only to find the cops there, the lawyer dead, and Jace himself considered the prime suspect in the savage murder. Suddenly he's on the run from both the cops and a killer, and the key to saving himself and his 10-year-old brother is the envelope he still has, which holds a message no one wants delivered: the truth. In a city fueled by money, celebrity, and sensationalism, the murder of a bottom-feeding mouthpiece like Lenny Lowell won't make the headlines. So when detectives from the LAPD's elite robbery/homicide division show up, homicide detective Kev Parker wants to know why. Robbery/Homicide has no reason to be looking at a dead small-time scumbag lawyer or chasing a bike messenger...unless there's something in it for them. Maybe Lenny Lowell had a connection to something big enough to be killed for. Parker begins a search for answers that will lead him to a killer, or the end of his career. Because if there's one lesson he's learned over the years, it's that in a town built on fantasy and fame, delivering the truth can be deadly. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Brick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/000454/bk_rand_000454_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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The Chimes , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 191min
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A poverty stricken old man, Toby "Trotty" Veck, who does odd messenger jobs for cash is in wonder at the cruelty and heartlessness of the world. He contemplates whether people are good or bad and through a series of events with a prostitute and her abusive pimp, corrupt politicians, purse thieves, and a mother who commits suicide after killing her child, he sees that people are indeed vile and evil beings who must be born that way to be so awful. On his way home, Trotty stumbles upon a man who some corrupt politicians are trying to capture. He is very poor and carrying a little girl. The two of them return to Trotty's house where they are cared for and fed by Trotty's family. That very night, goblins from the bell tower come down and whisk Trotty away, taking him into the future on a mission to show Trotty that people are not born bad. Trotty must endure scenes of the way his family, and the pair that he took in, end up - with the little girl working as a prostitute, and the man ending up in jail attempting suicide, and more. As Trotty sees how these circumstances developed, he finally realizes a great lesson that evil is created in man but not born within him. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Philippe Duquenoy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/068587/bk_acx0_068587_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Kill the Messenger
11,45 € *
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With this new thriller, The New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag delivers her own message to suspense fans everywhere: Don't turn off the lights, and keep reading if you dare. From the gritty streets of Los Angeles to its most protected enclaves of prestige and power to the ruthless glamour of Hollywood, a killer stalks his prey. A killer so merciless no one in his way is safe—not even the innocent. At the end of a long day battling street traffic, bike messenger Jace Damon has one last drop to make. But en route to delivering a package for one of L.A.'s sleaziest defense attorneys, he's nearly run down by a car, chased through back alleys, and shot at. Only the instincts acquired while growing up on the streets of L.A. allow him to escape with his life—and with the package someone wants badly enough to kill for. Jace returns to Lenny Lowell's office only to find the cops there, the lawyer dead, and Jace himself considered the prime suspect in the savage murder. Suddenly he's on the run from both the cops and a killer, and the key to saving himself and his ten-year-old brother is the envelope he still has—which holds a message no one wants delivered: the truth. In a city fueled by money, celebrity, and sensationalism, the murder of a bottom-feeding mouthpiece like Lenny Lowell won't make the headlines. So when detectives from the LAPD's elite robbery/homicide division show up, homicide detective Kev Parker wants to know why. Parker is on the downhill slide of a once-promising career, and he doesn't want to be reminded that he used to be one of the hotshots, working cases that made instant celebrities of everyone involved. Like the case of fading retty-boy actor Rob Cole, accused of the brutal murder of his wife, Tricia Crowne-Cole, daughter of one of the most powerful men in the city, L.A.'s latest "crime of the century." Robbery/Homicide has no reason to be looking at a dead small-time scumbag lawyer or chasing a bike messenger...unless there's something in it for them. Maybe Lenny Lowell had a connection to something big enough to be killed for. Parker begins a search for answers that will lead him to a killer—or the end of his career. Because if there's one lesson he's learned over the years, it's that in a town built on fantasy and fame, delivering the truth can be deadly.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 11.08.2020
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Kill the Messenger
11,45 € *
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With this new thriller, The New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag delivers her own message to suspense fans everywhere: Don't turn off the lights, and keep reading if you dare. From the gritty streets of Los Angeles to its most protected enclaves of prestige and power to the ruthless glamour of Hollywood, a killer stalks his prey. A killer so merciless no one in his way is safe—not even the innocent. At the end of a long day battling street traffic, bike messenger Jace Damon has one last drop to make. But en route to delivering a package for one of L.A.'s sleaziest defense attorneys, he's nearly run down by a car, chased through back alleys, and shot at. Only the instincts acquired while growing up on the streets of L.A. allow him to escape with his life—and with the package someone wants badly enough to kill for. Jace returns to Lenny Lowell's office only to find the cops there, the lawyer dead, and Jace himself considered the prime suspect in the savage murder. Suddenly he's on the run from both the cops and a killer, and the key to saving himself and his ten-year-old brother is the envelope he still has—which holds a message no one wants delivered: the truth. In a city fueled by money, celebrity, and sensationalism, the murder of a bottom-feeding mouthpiece like Lenny Lowell won't make the headlines. So when detectives from the LAPD's elite robbery/homicide division show up, homicide detective Kev Parker wants to know why. Parker is on the downhill slide of a once-promising career, and he doesn't want to be reminded that he used to be one of the hotshots, working cases that made instant celebrities of everyone involved. Like the case of fading retty-boy actor Rob Cole, accused of the brutal murder of his wife, Tricia Crowne-Cole, daughter of one of the most powerful men in the city, L.A.'s latest "crime of the century." Robbery/Homicide has no reason to be looking at a dead small-time scumbag lawyer or chasing a bike messenger...unless there's something in it for them. Maybe Lenny Lowell had a connection to something big enough to be killed for. Parker begins a search for answers that will lead him to a killer—or the end of his career. Because if there's one lesson he's learned over the years, it's that in a town built on fantasy and fame, delivering the truth can be deadly.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 11.08.2020
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The Bojabi Tree , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 18min
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The Bojabi Tree is a version of a traditional West African story. Scarce rainfall has hit the African plains. Animals are becoming more and more desperate to find something to eat when they happen upon an amazing tree with enticing fruit. The problem is that they don’t know the name of the tree and if the fruit is safe to eat. The starving animals decide to send messengers to King Leo, the king of the beasts, to learn the name of the tree. But each messenger returns having forgotten the name of the tree. A tortoise named Tommy volunteers to visit King Leo but the starving animals do not believe he can accomplish the task where the other messengers have failed. Like many worthy children’s animal stories, there is a moral and a lesson to be learned. A few words about the author, Edith Rickert. While not well-known, Ms. Rickert was a brilliantly intelligent woman with immense literary and cryptographical talents. The reason she was not well-known was that she was a strong woman in an era where strong women were not allowed to exist without the aid of a male counterpart. After spending time in Europe, she returned to the United States and worked as a writer in Boston for a few years. She then moved to Washington DC to work as a cryptographer for the government during World War I. She would later become an influential medieval scholar at the University of Chicago. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Weiss. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/mike/002779/bk_mike_002779_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Every Day We Get More Illegal (eBook, ePUB)
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Included in Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Poetry Books of 2020 and LitHub's Most Anticipated Books of the Year!A State of the Union from the nation's first Latino Poet Laureate. Trenchant, compassionate, and filled with hope."Many poets since the 1960s have dreamed of a new hybrid art, part oral, part written, part English, part something else: an art grounded in ethnic identity, fueled by collective pride, yet irreducibly individual too. Many poets have tried to create such an art: Herrera is one of the first to succeed."-New York Times"Herrera has the unusual capacity to write convincing political poems that are as personally felt as poems can be."-NPR"From Basho to Mandela, Every Day We Get More Illegal takes us on an international tour for a lesson in the history of resistance from a poet who declares, 'I had to learn . . . to take care of myself . . . the courage to listen to my self.' In ways subtle and sometimes proudly loud, this book makes it clear exactly why Juan Felipe Herrera continues to be recognized and sought after for his work. You hold in your hands evidence of who we really are."-Jericho Brown, author of The Tradition"In Every Day We Get More Illegal Juan Felipe Herrera shows off all of his styles. These poems talk directly to America, to migrant people, and to working people. Herrera has created a chorus to remind us we are alive and beautiful and powerful."-José Olivarez, Author of Citizen Illegal"The poet comes to his country with a book of songs, and asks: America, are you listening? We better listen. There is wisdom in this book, there is a choral voice that teaches us 'to gain, pebble by pebble, seashell by seashell, the courage.' The courage to find more grace, to find flames."-Ilya Kaminsky, author of Deaf RepublicIn this collection of poems, written during and immediately after two years on the road as United States Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera reports back on his travels through contemporary America. Poems written in the heat of witness, and later, in quiet moments of reflection, coalesce into an urgent, trenchant, and yet hope-filled portrait. The struggle and pain of those pushed to the edges, the shootings and assaults and injustices of our streets, the lethal border game that separates and divides, and then: a shift of register, a leap for peace and a view onto the possibility of unity.Every Day We Get More Illegal is a jolt to the conscience-filled with the multiple powers of the many voices and many textures of every day in America."Former Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera should also be Laureate of our Millennium-a messenger who nimbly traverses the transcendental liminalities of the United States to then speak from the body politic in confrontation with an enemy system that threatens the networks that make us ethical and humane. Every book he writes becomes his best book and this collection is no exception. He brings unity and vulnerability to this wide-ranging and prophetic volume."-Carmen Gimenez Smith, author of Be Recorder

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 11.08.2020
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Every Day We Get More Illegal (eBook, ePUB)
7,87 € *
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Included in Publishers Weekly's Top 10 Poetry Books of 2020 and LitHub's Most Anticipated Books of the Year!A State of the Union from the nation's first Latino Poet Laureate. Trenchant, compassionate, and filled with hope."Many poets since the 1960s have dreamed of a new hybrid art, part oral, part written, part English, part something else: an art grounded in ethnic identity, fueled by collective pride, yet irreducibly individual too. Many poets have tried to create such an art: Herrera is one of the first to succeed."-New York Times"Herrera has the unusual capacity to write convincing political poems that are as personally felt as poems can be."-NPR"From Basho to Mandela, Every Day We Get More Illegal takes us on an international tour for a lesson in the history of resistance from a poet who declares, 'I had to learn . . . to take care of myself . . . the courage to listen to my self.' In ways subtle and sometimes proudly loud, this book makes it clear exactly why Juan Felipe Herrera continues to be recognized and sought after for his work. You hold in your hands evidence of who we really are."-Jericho Brown, author of The Tradition"In Every Day We Get More Illegal Juan Felipe Herrera shows off all of his styles. These poems talk directly to America, to migrant people, and to working people. Herrera has created a chorus to remind us we are alive and beautiful and powerful."-José Olivarez, Author of Citizen Illegal"The poet comes to his country with a book of songs, and asks: America, are you listening? We better listen. There is wisdom in this book, there is a choral voice that teaches us 'to gain, pebble by pebble, seashell by seashell, the courage.' The courage to find more grace, to find flames."-Ilya Kaminsky, author of Deaf RepublicIn this collection of poems, written during and immediately after two years on the road as United States Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera reports back on his travels through contemporary America. Poems written in the heat of witness, and later, in quiet moments of reflection, coalesce into an urgent, trenchant, and yet hope-filled portrait. The struggle and pain of those pushed to the edges, the shootings and assaults and injustices of our streets, the lethal border game that separates and divides, and then: a shift of register, a leap for peace and a view onto the possibility of unity.Every Day We Get More Illegal is a jolt to the conscience-filled with the multiple powers of the many voices and many textures of every day in America."Former Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera should also be Laureate of our Millennium-a messenger who nimbly traverses the transcendental liminalities of the United States to then speak from the body politic in confrontation with an enemy system that threatens the networks that make us ethical and humane. Every book he writes becomes his best book and this collection is no exception. He brings unity and vulnerability to this wide-ranging and prophetic volume."-Carmen Gimenez Smith, author of Be Recorder

Anbieter: buecher
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Waiting for Gospel
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Synopsis: 'Christianity, as faith centered in Jesus as the Christ came to be called, got a foothold in the world, and for a vital and vocal minority changed the world, because it proclaimed a message that awakened men and women to possibilities for human life that they had either lost or never entertained. That message the first Christian evangelists (and Jesus himself, according to the record) called euangellion--good news, gospel. For its first two or three hundred years, Christianity was largely dependent for its existence upon the new zest for life that was awakened in persons who heard and were, as they felt, transformed, by that gospel; and at various and sundry points in subsequent history the Christian movement has found itself revitalized by the spirit of that same 'good news' in ways that spoke to the specifics of their times and places. 'The lesson of history is clear: the challenge to all serious Christians and Christian bodies today is not whether we can devise yet more novel and promotionally impressive means for the transmission of 'the Christian religion' (let alone this or that denomination); it is whether we are able to hear and to proclaim . . . gospel! We do not need statisticians and sociologists to inform us that religion--and specifically our religion, as the dominant expression of the spiritual impulse of homo sapiens in our geographic context--is in decline. We do not need the sages of the new atheism to announce in learned tomes (and on buses!) that 'God probably does not exist.' The 'sea of faith' has been ebbing for a very long time.' --from the Introduction Endorsements: 'Douglas John Hall is a treasure, a man I have known whose intellectual depth is matched only by his spirit of kindness. . . . So to is Waiting for Gospel. As people continue to discuss the place of the church in North America leaning on sociology and cultural studies, Doug Hall reminds us that in the end it will be only theology, a lived theology of existential depth, that will help. All the contemporary talk of church in North America has so often failed to provide truly unique and insightful thoughts . . . about how God's revelation in Jesus Christ is encountering people in this context, at this time. Waiting for Gospel propels us in that direction and therefore shines brightly, giving the reader value upon value.' --Andrew Root Olson Baalson Associate Professor of Youth and Family Ministry, Luther Seminary, St. Paul, Minnesota Author of The Promise of Despair: The Way of the Cross as the Way of the Church (2010) Author Biography: Douglas John Hall is Emeritus Professor of Christian Theology in the Faculty of Religious Studies of McGill University in Montreal. He is the author of more than twenty-five books, including Lighten Our Darkness (1976, 2001); Why Christian? (1998); God and Human Suffering (1986); The Steward (1990; Wipf & Stock, 2004); and The Messenger (Cascade Books, 2011). He has lectured widely in Canada, the United States, Germany, and Japan, and is the recipient of many honors, including the Distinguished Alumnus Award of Union Theological Seminary, the Joseph Sittler Award for Leadership in Theology, and the Order of Canada.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 11.08.2020
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The Last Kappa of Old Japan
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With unique and playful illustrations this multicultural children's book is a classic Japanese fairy tale that young children and parents alike will love. The Last Kappa of Old Japan is a warmly written and beautifully illustrated children's book that introduces many aspects of traditional Japanese culture and folklore, while teaching an important lesson about environmentalism. The story is of a young Japanese farm boy who develops a friendship with a mythical creature— the kappa—a messenger of the god of water. The tale begins in post-Modern Japan when the boy is young and the kappa is healthy and ends when the kappa, now the last one left on Earth, keeps an important promise to his human friend. A story of love, friendship, and adventure, readers of all ages will enjoy this picture book by award-winning author/illustrator, Sunny Seki.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 11.08.2020
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