Learning to Use Your Computer

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Heinemann, 2002 - Information technology - 176 pages
This text approaches computer skills for adult learners with basic or no prior knowledge of computers. It covers basic computer concepts and computer skills in plain English, including word processing, using e-mail, and spreadsheets in addition to everyday applications of computer use.
 

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Contents

Creating a dinner menu 37
2-15
Creating an agenda and minutes 48
2-26
Creating a letter and printing an envelope 51
2-34
Word 65
2-43
Working with spreadsheets 69
3-2
Display features in Excel 87
3-20
Recipe conversions 92
3-25
Creating a household budget spreadsheet 96
3-29
Setting up favorites 122
4-12
Sending and receiving email 125
4-15
Organising email 134
4-24
The Address Book 137
4-27
Setting up an Internet email address 140
4-30
Communication 142
4-32
Electronic mail 143
4-33
Managing files and folders 145
4-35

Using Excel for data storage 99
3-32
Excel 103
3-36
Communication 108
3-41
Using the web 110
3-43
Managing files and folders 155
4-45
Personalising your computer 163
4-53
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