Windows XP for Seniors: For Everyone who Wants to Learn to Use the Computer at a Later Age

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Visual Steps, 2005 - Computers - 344 pages
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Beginning or intermediate senior computer users will enjoy this large-print guide that introduces the computer, leads users through the components that make up a PC, and describes the fundamentals of Windows XP. Users will become comfortable with computer terms, make sense of all the information on the screen, learn to install software, and perform basic troubleshooting operations. Tips on improving keyboard skills, working with a word processing application, managing folders and files, surfing the Internet, and making work with a PC a pleasant experience are included.

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This book really helped me getting over my fear of the computer. My daughter gave me a lap top for Christmas hoping that I could learn to use e-mail. She had already had Windows XP installed. But I ... Read full review

great book for beginners

User Review  - visionl - Walmart

This book is a life saver for seniors. It explains everything in detail. This book makes it much easier for people, who have never worked a computer. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Addo Stuur is a technical writer and the author of Windows for Children and Microsoft Word 6.0 for Children.

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