Getting Started with Computers

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Harcourt Brace College Publishers, 1998 - Computers - 100 pages
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Dryden's Getting Started series offers instruction in basic computer literacy combined with practical Web-based technologies. Designed with today's student in mind, these four-color, heavily illustrated texts are concise and readable. Clear explanations, accompanied by large, easy-to-read screen captures, are followed by guided exercises and projects. Students learn by doing in real-world scenarios and case studies. Getting started has never been so easy!

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Input Hardware
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Output Hardware HW 12
14
Review Questions HW25
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Deborah Morley has authored more than ten popular computer textbooks, including UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS: TODAY AND TOMORROW and COMPUTERS AND TECHNOLOGY IN A CHANGING SOCIETY. Professor Morley earned her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Business Information Systems from California State University, Fresno. Today she offers more than ten years of experience teaching at the college level.

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