Computing for Seniors in easy steps, Windows Vista edition

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SKU: 9781840783551

By Sue Price
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Publication: April 8, 2008
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1-84078-355-1

About the book

Just because you’re not a member of the Digital Generation doesn’t mean that you can’t make computers an important and pleasurable part of your life. Computing for Seniors in easy steps enables baby boomers and seniors to enjoy all the benefits of using a personal computer.

With larger type for easy reading, this book presents compact, easy-to-understand tutorials on dozens of computer topics. In easy steps, you’ll learn the basics of PC components, terminology, and special features.

Computing for Seniors in easy steps walks you through the ABCs of playing and storing music on your PC; creating your own letterhead; surfing the web; buying and selling on eBay; sending and receiving email; playing games; installing antivirus software; shopping safely on the internet; ordering groceries online; money management; transferring images from you digital camera; and much more.

If you’re over fifty and still a computer novice, this book could be the best investment you’ve made in the new millennium.

 

About the author

Sue Price has been teaching adult education classes for the past fifteen years. She has taught a wide variety of computing classes in addition to CLAIT courses, to students of all ages, and fully understands the needs of newcomers to computing and of those who wish to develop their IT skills and experience.

 

Contents

  1. Introducing your PC
  2. Be Entertained
  3. Communicate
  4. Letters and Reports
  5. Surfing the Web
  6. Shopping on the Web
  7. Money Management
  8. Digital Photography
  9. Organize Collections
  10. Plan an Event
  11. Manage your Computer

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