Sams Teach Yourself Computer Basics in 24 Hours

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Sams, 2000 - Computers - 474 pages
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Sams Teach Yourself Computer Basics in 24 Hours, Second Edition, is the replacement documentation that you don't get with sub-$1000 computers. It's designed to be an "all in one solution" to get you up and running on your computer and help you learn all the software applications that came pre-loaded on your system. This book is a cost-efficient alternative to purchasing separate books on general PCs, Windows, the Internet, Word, and Excel. Many of the leading computer manufacturers--Gateway, NEC, Dell, Compaq, Acer, and Hewlett Packard--are pre-installing packages of software on their computers that include Word, Excel, and Internet Explorer, but without any kind of detailed printed documentation.

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Getting to Know the Brain of Your Computer
Making Your Desktop Look the Way You Want

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Jill T. Freeze is a freelance management consultant who has worked with such organizations as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, The Smithsonian, and the White House. She authored Sams Teach Yourself Internet Explorer 5 (Sams, 1999), Using Microsoft Office 97 (Que, 1997) and Introducing WebTV (Microsoft Press, 1997).

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