Microsoft Windows Library Binding – Mar 2001
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Rich Levin has been involved in the personal computer industry since 1979. he is a software developer, consultant and journalist. he is an internationally respected technology journalist and has written for CBS Radio, Windows Magazine, Business Week and PC world. He runs his own company called Levin Communications and hosts a weekly talk radio show.
The information is divided into four sections. Part one gives you the confidence to design your PC, sign onto the Internet and purchase your computer. Part Two shows you how to take charge of Windows, work with e-mail and sample the Windows Software Library. Part three explains the wonderful world of word processing. The last section describes methods for keeping your secrets safe.
The Computing Golden Rule is: Back-up. That means, save your information. I love that they say...."You're Smart. Your Computer is Stupid." With continually evolving technology you can't just memorize a few steps. This book will help you develop your deductive reasoning skills and coping mechanisms that guide the most experienced computer users.
If you enjoy a book filled with colorful boxes filled with information, funny characters which give you special signs to catch your attention or the inside scoop on secrets no one else is telling you...this is your book!
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