Microsoft Windows Vista Visual Encyclopedia

Microsoft Windows Vista Visual Encyclopedia

by Kate Shoup, Kate J. Chase
     
 
If you prefer to see what things look like and how to perform a task, instead of just being told, this is your ideal A to Z reference. Part I shows every Windows Vista tool and how to use it. Part II provides step-by-step instructions for more than 140 key tasks and techniques. Both are arranged alphabetically and illustrated in full color. It's the ultimate Visual

Overview

If you prefer to see what things look like and how to perform a task, instead of just being told, this is your ideal A to Z reference. Part I shows every Windows Vista tool and how to use it. Part II provides step-by-step instructions for more than 140 key tasks and techniques. Both are arranged alphabetically and illustrated in full color. It's the ultimate Visual resource--you'll see!

* Each tool and technique illustrated in full color
* Alphabetical listings for easy reference
* Step-by-step instructions for performing dozens of tasks
* A comprehensive guide for visual learners

A Visual guide to
* Identifying and using Vista tools
* Creating appointments and sharing calendars
* Backing up your PC and encrypting files
* Setting spam and scam filters
* Playing DVDs and creating movies
* Configuring a remote desktop connection

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470046357
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/12/2007
Series:
Visual Encyclopedia Series, #7
Pages:
418
Product dimensions:
8.60(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

During the course of her career as a freelance writer, Kate Shoup Welsh has written or co-written several books on various topics, including Look & Learn FrontPage 2002, What Can You Do with a Major in Business, Not Your Mama’s Beading, Not Your Mama’s Stitching, Microsoft Windows Vista Visual Encyclopedia, and Webster’s New World English Grammar Handbook. She has also co-written a screenplay and worked as the Sports Editor for NUVO Newsweekly. Prior to striking out on her own, Kate worked as an editor at a computer-book publishing company, where she engaged in such diverse professional activities as consulting on the development of new series, consulting on ways to improve the publishing workflow, and editing numerous standout titles. When not writing, Kate loves to ski (she was once nationally ranked), make jewelry, and play video poker — and she plays a mean game of 9-ball. Kate lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, with her husband, their daughter, and their cat.

Kate J. Chase of Woodbury, Vermont, has written books on the Windows operating system, Microsoft applications including the Microsoft Office Suite, Web design and publishing, and the Internet. She has previously written Norton All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies and Build It Yourself Visually: The Ultimate Media Center PC. A general freelance writer as well as a columnist and journalist, Kate also works on science, medical, political, and other topics. She is perhaps best known as PC Kate (www.pckate.com) from America Online and the Microsoft Network where she led thriving technical communities for more than a decade and is a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional).

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