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Really Easy Computer Book - Windows 7 Edition

 

Title: The Really, Really, Really Easy Step-By-Step Computer Book (Windows 7 Edition) for absolute beginners of all ages
Release Date: January 2011
Authors: Gavin Hoole and Cheryl Smith
Photography & Screenshots: Cheryl Smith
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 96
Language: English
Published: 2011
Imprint: Random House Struik

ISBN: 9781770079038


DESCRIPTION:

The goal of The Really, Really, Really Easy Step-by-Step Computer Book (Windows 7) for absolute beginners of all ages, is to get the novice user up and running and using their computer for the most popular tasks in the shortest possible time. It will teach them how to type and print documents, access information and entertainment resources on the World Wide Web, communicate via e-mail and use many of the more important features of Microsoft Windows 7.

From explaining how to open a program, to surfing the Internet and protecting oneself from phishing scams, this easy-to-follow guide presents exact replicas of icons that appear on the screen, as well as screenshots showing what to expect, all accompanied by step-by-step, colour-coded instructions.

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The following PDF file is a supplement to pages 74 and 75 of the Windows 7 book for those who need more detail. Click Downloading and Installing Windows Live Essentials to download the Instructions.

If unable to view PDF files, download and Install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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As promised on page 83 of the Windows 7 edition, below are some file sharing website services that can be used instead of sending large attachments via e-mail.

yousendit
Quickshare
4shared
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Dropbox
iSendr

For a more comprehensive description of each of the file sharing sites listed above, take a few  minutes and visit our Really Easy Computer Books Forum.

   
   



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