Computers: A Magic Mouse Guide

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Enslow Publishers, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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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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