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PCs made easy for visual learners

Beginning computer users who want to see visually how things aredone will learn quickly and easily with this full-color,step-by-step guide. Screen shots show clearly what you will see ateach step, and numbered instructions guide you through dozens ofcommon PC tasks. You’ll learn all the basics, plus someintermediate topics including how to use multimedia applications,the Internet, wireless technologies, Windows 7, Office 2010, mobiledevices, and key security processes.

Computer literacy is essential in today’s world; thisfull-color guide makes it easy for visual learners to get up tospeed quickly Covers basic operating procedures, hardware and software,Windows 7, networks, the Internet, wireless devices, usingmultimedia applications, Office 2010, syncing with mobile devices,virus protection, and much more Each lesson is fully illustrated with screen shots andnumbered, step-by-step instructions

If you learn best when someone shows you how it’s done,Teach Yourself VISUALLY PCs is the computer bookyou’ve been looking for.

Published: Wiley on
ISBN: 9781118036457
List price: $29.99
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