Windows 95: Smartstart

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1995 - Computers - 245 pages
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Suitable for courses in Microcomputer Applications, Introduction to Computer Applications, Computer Applications, Computer Concepts, Computers in Nursing, Computers in Education/Business, Computer Science, Nursing, Education, Communications in Further Education colleges and universities. SmartStarts combine step-by-step instructions, oversize screen shots, continuing projects, and thorough explanations to introduce students to software applications in 12-24 contact hours. Available for DOS, Windows 3.1, and Windows 95/98 applications, including Office 97. *Skills focus emphasizes practical knowledge over rote keystroking. *Material is organized around objectives to help students master basic features. *End-of-Chapter exercises integrate material from earlier chapters to reinforce mastery. *Chapter opening Objectives and end-of-chapter summaries focus students attention on the main skills. *Running marginal glossary defines complex terminology where students encounter unfamiliar terms for the first time. *Notes provide students with information about advanced features. *Running case studies provide students with the opportunity to build on their skills.

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