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Tablet PC Quick Reference

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by Jeff Van West, Jeff Van West
 

Whether you’re in a meeting, hallway, coffee shop, or conference—achieve ultimate mobility with the TABLET PC QUICK REFERENCE. Combining the simplicity of pen and paper with all the muscle of Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional, the Tablet PC is more than just cool—it can maximize your productivity, no matter how or where you work. Use

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Whether you’re in a meeting, hallway, coffee shop, or conference—achieve ultimate mobility with the TABLET PC QUICK REFERENCE. Combining the simplicity of pen and paper with all the muscle of Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional, the Tablet PC is more than just cool—it can maximize your productivity, no matter how or where you work. Use this expert guide to get up and running faster, and take the power of a desktop PC—and more—anywhere you’d take a notepad and pen!

  • Pen, voice, keyboard, mouse—you decide how to control your Tablet PC
  • Accelerate your dexterity with the digital pen, Input Panel, and Windows Journal
  • Save, edit, search, and e-mail your handwritten notes
  • Add notes and drawings directly into Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and other digital documents
  • Annotate Microsoft PowerPoint® slides—even as you present them
  • Go hands-free with voice commands and dictation capabilities
  • See how the Tablet can maximize collaboration and interactivity in meetings

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735618633
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Publication date:
11/06/2002
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
7.38(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.93(d)

Meet the Author

Jeff Van West is a freelance writer, a corporate trainer, and an instructional designer. He has developed manuals and training programs for applications in business, data management, and aviation. He has also worked internationally, facilitating collaborative projects on information technology and technical training. His last book for Microsoft Press was Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2: WWII Pacific Theater, published in 2000 as part of the Inside Moves series. Jeff lives with his wife and son in Seattle, WA.

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