Computers: A Visual Encyclopedia

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Alpha Books, 1994 - Computers - 371 pages
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This beautiful, full-color book explains the world of computers from Apple to Zeos, in a stunning, visual format that makes learning enjoyable. Information is easy to find because it's organized alphabetically and extensively cross-referenced.
-- Lavishly illustrated with full-color drawings, photographs, and screen shots
-- Hundreds of computer topics explained through illustrations and easy-to-understand text that describe, for each topic what it is, what it does, how it works, how it came to be, and more
-- The ideal way to learn about computer hardware, software, and cutting-edge technology

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Contents

Access 2
Artificial Intelligence 14
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Sherry Kinkoph (Fishers, IN) is a freelance author and fan of all things computer related. She has written over 60 books over the past 12 years covering a variety of computer topics ranging from hardware to software, from Microsoft Office programs to the Internet. Her recent titles include "Teach Yourself VISUALLY HTML," 2nd Edition, "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Office 2003," 2nd Edition, and "Teach Yourself VISUALLY Excel 2003," 2nd Edition. Sherry worked as a manager, corporate trainer, and advertising copywriter before diving into full-time computer book authoring. A native of the Midwest, Sherry currently resides in the Indianapolis area where she continues in her quest to help users of all levels master the ever-changing computer technologies.

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