Quick, Simple Microsoft Windows 98 / Edition 1by Linda Ericksen
Pub. Date: 10/21/1998
Publisher: Pearson Education
Complete with hands-on exercises and projects, this step-by-step, hands-on guide offers a practical and informative study in the basics of Windows, and is part of the Quintessential Microsoft Office 99 Series books covering some of today's most exciting and popular business programs. Consists of eight units; each divided into specific tasks. Explains what users will learn, how to invoke the commands, why they would want to use the task, and a related tip. Supported with numerous screen shots, each task concludes with a variety of practice exercises and projects to fortify understanding. Includes many case studies to highlight real-world examples of techniques, and contains three Check Points that give users a chance to regroup and pull together what they've just covered. Uses WordPad as an example program and has readers capture screens to show various Window tasks they have performed. Specific unit coverage includes Getting Started; Using Programs; Working with Disks; Working with Files; Working with the Computer's Hard Disk; Changing the Way Windows Works; Customizing the Desktop, and; Configuring the System and Connecting to the Internet.
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Table of Contents1. Getting Started.
2. Using Programs.
3. Working with Disks.
4. Working with Files.
5. Working with the Computer's Hard Disk.
6. Making Windows Work Better for You.
7. Changing the Way Windows Looks and Sounds.
8. Using Internet Explorer and the Active Desktop.
Appendix A: Alphabetized List of Tasks.
Appendix B: Toolbars and Buttons.
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