Fun with Digital Imaging: The Official Hewlett-Packard Guide

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Wiley, Jun 30, 1999 - Computers - 336 pages
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Put your computer equipment to work -- or play -- with dozens of fun, practical projects for home or work. Whether you have a PC or a Mac, lots of extra equipment (printer, scanner, digital camera) or none, Lisa and Jonathan Price reveal all the tricks and techniques you need to create dazzling digital images.

From winning marketing materials to family trees to garden plans, this all-in-one reference and activity book delivers tons of ideas to spark your creativity.

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Getting Started
How Pictures Go Electronic

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About the author (1999)

About the Authors Lisa and Jonathan Price have been writing about family computing ever since they started their own family sixteen years ago. They are the award-winning authors of Windows® 95 For Kids & Parents, Discover Microsoft® Home Essentials, and a dozen other books. They also regularly contribute articles to Family PC, Macworld, Home Office Computing, and TV Guide. Foreword by Rick Smolan, the creator of the A Day in the Life photography book series.

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