Computers: A Magic Mouse Guide
An introduction to computers and information technology that's simple enough for beginners but with enough in-depth information to engage readers who are already familiar with computers. Includes a colorful, exciting layout. The Magic Mouse Dictionary of Computers and Information Technology uses a dictionary format divided into subject area (wireless technology, music, word processing, etc.) This is a great reference tool. The four Magic Mouse Guides--Computers, E-mail, Internet, and World Wide Web--use a story format with fun characters. Ben, Liza, and their friends learn to produce documents, do research, send e-mails, surf the internet, and create Web sites with the help of Magic Mouse. Also contains an emphasis on Internet safety and responsible computer use.
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amount of information appears arrow Ben's birthday Ben's computer best present brand new computer button CAPITAL LETTERS CD-ROM Central processing unit click the mouse Clip Art Compact disk Computer pen computer program computer to carry computer's brain copy pictures cursor device dialog box Digital camera Digital versatile disk Document draw a picture e-mails and faxes electrical outlet electronic encyclopedias erase File Floppy disk Folder Fonts gadgets Hard copy Hard disk drive hard drive hardware Hello Help homework icon Joystick key that lets layout Liza's load look lots Magic Mouse manual Math program memory stores information Menu microchip Modem monitor move Music keyboard numbers on-screen operating system paint program play games plugs printer program Software says Liza Scanner screen send e-mails set of instructions Shift Key software program sometimes called Spell checker tells thank wants window word processor write