How to Use the Internet

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Que, 2002 - Computers - 255 pages
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Millions of people use the Internet to learn, work, shop, and play. "How to Use the Internet, 8th Edition" is the complete step-by-step and visual solution to learning how to get connected and use the Internet quickly and easily for new and inexperienced users. It serves as a visual step-by-step guide that quickly and easily points them in the right direction: how to choose the best online connection, how to use the built-in Internet tools, and how to expand their knowledge and abilities using the World Wide Web. This book covers such topics as setting up a high-speed Internet connection, communicating with e-mail, protecting the computer from viruses, and listening to audio and viewing video over the Internet.

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Contents

Getting Connected for the First Time
3
Set Up an Internet Connection
4
Browsing the World Wide Web
19
Copyright

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Rogers Cadenhead is the author of 12 books on the Internet, Java, and Web publishing and a Web publisher whose sites receive 7.3 million visits a year. Other books by this author include Sams Teach Yourself Java 2 in 21Days and Sams Teach Yourself FrontPage 2002 in 24 Hours.

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