Getting Started with Computers

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Harcourt Brace & Company, 1997 - Computers - 70 pages
Over the past fifteen years or so, personal computers have evolved from do-it-yourself kits that people built as a hobby to an indispensable part of our society. Today, knowing how to use a computer is not an option- it is an essential. For the new computer user, this can be exciting, but also a bit overwhelming. Getting Started with Computers, 2e takes the essential tools and information a beginning computer user needs and organizes them into three concise modules: Hardware Concepts (Module HW), Graphical User Interfaces with Windows 98 (Module GUI), and The Internet and World Wide Web (Module NET).

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Contents

Graphical User Interfaces with Windows 95
2
Summary NET
24
What Is the World Wide Web? NET 7
7
Saving and Printing Web Pages NET 13
15
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