The First Week with My New IMac: A Very Basic Guide for Mature Adults and Everyone Who Wants to Get Connected

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Capital Books, 2001 - Computers - 236 pages
This book was written for the authorā€™s 84-year-old mother and for everyone else who wants to "get connected" to the colorful new iMac but hates reading dense manuals. The First Week with My New iMac is the second title in this humorous, but practical and simple step-by-step guide that gives new iMac owners (no matter how old or young) all the information they need to do the basic tasks for which they bought a computer in the first place - sending and receiving e-mails, using the Internet, playing games and CDs, writing correspondence and keeping records.

The First Week with My New iMac has been field-tested with people ranging from 27 to 84 years of age - all of whom found it to be "The Answer!" to their fears of even touching a computer or admitting that they donā€™t know how to use one and their honest desire to "get connected."

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About the author (2001)

Pamela R. Lessing has had a very diverse career as a librarian, art consultant, member of various advisory boards of numerous non-profits, a member of the Trustee??'s Council of the University of Rochester and a member of its visiting committee evaluating the College. She is the author of The First Week With My New PC (Capital Books, 2000), The First Week with My New iMac (Capital Books,2001), The First Week with My New Digital Organizer (Capital Books, 2002), and The First Week with My New Digital Camera (Capital Books, 2003).

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