Homework on Your Computer

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Usborne, 1999 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Designed for beginners or those who want to build on their experience, this book explains ways in which a home PC can be used to help produce outstanding school work. All the effects demonstrated in this book can be achieved with the software provided as standard with Windows 95 and 98. It suggests how the Internet can be used as a source of information and pictures and shows how to find homework help sites or learn a language on-line. The book includes advce on using word processing and painting programs to produce professional-looking documents.

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Homework on your computer Computers are great for doing homework
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