If you prefer to see what things look like and how to perform a task, instead of just being told, this is your ideal A to Z reference. Part I shows every Windows(r) XP tool and how to use it. Part II provides step-by-step instructions for more than 160 key tasks and techniques. Both are arranged alphabetically and illustrated in full color. It's the ultimate Visual resourceyou'll see!
• Each tool and technique illustrated in full color
• Alphabetical listings for easy reference
• Step-by-step instructions for performing dozens of tasks
• A comprehensive guide for visual learners
A Visual guide to
• Using each of the Windows XP Wizards
• Backing up your files automatically
• Managing user and administrator accounts
• Configuring your computer's IP address
• Creating and managing Media Player playlists
• Securing your system on and offline
|Series:||Visual Encyclopedia Series|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Kate J. Chase (Woodbury, VT) has more than three dozen references for Windows operating system, Microsoft applications including the Microsoft Office Suite, Web design and publishing, and the Internet. She has previously written Norton Desktop Reference For Dummies and Build It Yourself Visually: Windows Media Center PC. A general freelance writer as well as a columnist and journalist, Kate also works on science, medical, political, and other topics. She is perhaps best known as PC Kate (www.pckate.com) from America Online and the Microsoft Network where she led thriving technical communities for more than a decade and is a Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional).
Jim Boyce (Rothsay, MN) has authored/co-authored 50 books on computer software and hardware. His more recent titles include Outlook 2003 Inside Out, Windows 2003 Server Bible (with Jeffrey Shapiro), Windows XP Power Tools, and Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Office 2003. He is a former contributing editor and columnist for WINDOWS Magazine and has contributed to several publications including PC Magazine, Connected Home, Cadence, CADalyst, InfoWorld, Home PC, and others. He is also a frequent contributor to techrepublic.com and WatchIT.com, and he writes daily Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 2000 Server TechMails for techrepublic.com. He has also authored white papers and reports for techrepublic.com and developed content for online training and white papers for Microsoft.