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From Barnes & NobleThe Barnes & Noble Review
Age doesn’t matter. Everyone can use a computer. If you’re older and you’re just getting started, this book will guide you every step of the way. (And, if there’s a senior in your life who’s just starting out with computers, it’s a perfect gift.)
The book’s Visual Steps approach was designed for teaching adults. It assumes you’re new to this, but it never treats you like a child. Everything’s explained in plain English, with absolutely no jargon. The oversized workbook format allows for plenty of pictures and larger, easier-to-read text than most computer books.
Simple, patient, hands-on exercises help you get comfortable with your keyboard, mouse, and Windows XP itself. You’ll learn how to write, format, and print letters; how to visit web sites; and how to work with email. You’ll even find tips for making computing more pleasant. Bill Camarda, from the May 2005 Read Only