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Running Win2K? Do you know how to find information on a Windows 2000 error message? How to get rid of those infernal personalized menus? How to find your Windows 2000 serial number? Back up system state? Troubleshoot DirectX video problems? Cheat at 3-card draw in Solitaire? You'll find the answers in Windows 2000 Secrets.
Targeted at day-to-day Windows 2000 Professional users, this book offers exceptionally wide-ranging coverage, from Win2K's built-in applets to system management and troubleshooting. For example, you'll learn how to configure your modem to dial with a calling card, send vCard business cards with your Outlook Express messages, troubleshoot apps by tracking DLL dependencies, use the Generic/Text printer driver to save files as text, map drives to NetWare volumes... as we said, this is one wide-ranging book.
Some old-timers will say this book isn't quite up to the standards of Livingston's legendary Windows 3.1 Secrets (not quite as many insider tweaks and undocumented troubleshooting tips). Perhaps so, but it's still 700+ pages of valuable guidance on the questions real Windows 2000 Professional users face every day — and that ain't hay.