Basic Computing with Windows XP: Learning Made Simple

Basic Computing with Windows XP: Learning Made Simple

by P K McBride
     
 

*First class handbooks for first-class learning
• Learning Made Simple, a colourful approach to support self-study and training courses alike
• Written by experienced trainers for inexperienced learners to succeed, matched to main qualifications

This handy textbook covers all you need to know about the basics of computing.

Learning Made Simple

Overview

*First class handbooks for first-class learning
• Learning Made Simple, a colourful approach to support self-study and training courses alike
• Written by experienced trainers for inexperienced learners to succeed, matched to main qualifications

This handy textbook covers all you need to know about the basics of computing.

Learning Made Simple books give you skills without frills. They are matched to the main qualifications, and written by experienced teachers and authors to make often tricky subjects simple to learn. Every book is designed carefully to provide bite-sized lessons matched to your needs.

Using full colour throughout, and written by leading teachers and writers, Learning Made Simple books will help you learn new skills and develop your talents.

Whether you are studying at college, training at work, or reading at home, aiming for a qualification or simply getting up to speed, Learning Made Simple books will give you the advantage of easy, well-organised training materials in a handy volume of topic-based sections over two or four pages for ease of use.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780750681841
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
10/16/2006
Series:
Learning Made Simple Series
Pages:
117
Product dimensions:
7.57(w) x 9.44(h) x 0.27(d)

Meet the Author

Mac's first steps into computing came 19 years ago when he taught himself Basic on a ZX81. He started his first book shortly afterwards, when he realised that (a) programming was fun, and (b) no-one was writing simple books on it. Since then he has programmed in, taught and/or written about 9 varieties of Basic, 3 Pascals, 2 Cs, Assembler, Cobol and Java, 5 spreadsheets, 3 databases, 4 word-processors, and 6 operating systems. He is looking forward to the time when developers stop producing new software and books don't go out of date in a couple of years. Mac can usually be found either in the kitchen or running a taxi service for his family. He lives in Southampton with 4 children, 2 cats and 40 fishes. Web page: homepages.tcp.co.uk/~macbride Mac is the author of the following Made Simple books: The Internet for Windows 95 (Second Edition) The Internet for Windows 3.1 (First Edition) The Internet for Windows 95 (First Edition) The Internet for Windows 98 The Internet (Colour Edition) First Edition the Internet (Colour Edition) Second Edition Office 95 Office 97 Office 2000 Works for Windows 3.1 Works for Windows 95 Windows 3.1 Windows 95 Windows 98 Internet Resources Microsoft Networking Explorer 3.0 Explorer 4.0 Explorer 5.0 Netscape Navigator Searching the Internet Java JavaScript Pascal UNIX Outlook 2000 Sage Accounts HTML 4.0 Mac is also the series advisor/editor.

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