Just because you're not a member of the Digital Generation doesn't mean that you can't make computers an important and pleasurable part of your life. Computing for Seniors in easy steps enables baby boomers and seniors to enjoy all the benefits of using a personal computer: sending and receiving emails; creating letters and other documents; money management; games; digital photography; and much more.
With larger type for easy reading, this full color paperback presents compact, easy-to-understand tutorials on dozens of computer topics. In easy steps, you'll learn the basics of PC components, terminology, and special features. The very first chapter teaches you the sales jargon and essential features that you'll need to know on your first visit to your local computer store.
Computing for Seniors in easy steps walks you through the ABCs of using a computer mouse; playing and storing music on your PC; creating your own letterhead; surfing the web; buying and selling on eBay; installing antivirus software; shopping safely on the internet; ordering groceries online; transferring images from your digital camera; and more.
If you're over fifty and still a computer novice, this book could be the best investment you've made in the new millennium.