So you've decided to take the plunge and launch your own small business, or it's time to take your current enterprise to the next level. Topping your shopping list is a new computer, but the choices are simply mind-boggling. Where do you go for help and sage advice? Straight to Brian Underdahl's Small Business Computing For Dummies, that's where!
Small Business Computing For Dummies helps you navigate through troubled waters, from deciding which type of computer system works best for you to discovering how to troubleshoot and solve basic problems quickly. Along the way, you'll discover how to buy the software that you'll really use, add all the peripherals (modems, printers, scanners, network cards, and the like) that you'll really need, and even put your business onto the rapidly growing World Wide Web. And the CD-ROM that comes with Small Business Computing For Dummies is packed with trial software -- from graphics and word processing tools to Personal Information Managers, plus the popular (and powerful) QuickBooks Pro -- to expand and enhance your working world...at home, in the office, or on the Web.
Table of Contents
| Introduction |
Part I: Getting Ready for Computers
Part II: Choosing Your Hardware
Part III: Putting It All Together
Part IV: Choosing Your Software
Part V: Correcting Problems
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Appendix: About the CD
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