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How to Do Just About Anything on a Computer: Windows XP Edition


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Publisher:Reader's Digest, 2002



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About the book:

Now fully revised and updated to take account of the new Windows XP operating system, this friendly, illustrated guide opens up hundreds of ways for you to get more out of your PC - from managing your household expenses to planning a garden: from cataloguing your favourite recipes to making your own Christmas cards (and addressing the envelopes!); and from keeping track of your family's health to shopping on the Internet - it's all explained in clear, jargon-free language. With step-by-step instructions based on a PC using Windows XP and standard Microsoft software, the projects offer expert advice and tried and tested shortcuts to make light work of any task they are also clearly illustrated with screen snapshots showing you what you'll see on your screen at each stage. This book also comes with a free CD-Rom containing tailor-make templates, images and fonts to make the tasks even simpler. Easy-to-use garden design software, and a gallery of free illustrations for livening up stationery and newsletters are just some of the exciting benefits of this CD-Rom. Whether you're a complete beginner or a more experienced PC user, this guide offers you a wealth of inspirational, bright ideas for accomplishing tasks you never even dreamed of tackling on a computer before.

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