Absolute Beginner's Guide to Computers and the InternetBook - 2002
TheAbsolute Beginner's Guide to Computers and the Internet is perfect for first-time computer users. It identifies 75 tasks that you would want to do with your computer, and shows you how to "Do It Now." Activities are grouped into categories such as communicating online, managing your finances, buying and selling online, working with pictures, creating fun projects, playing and recording music, watching TV and movies, and dealing with problems. When you've completed the book, you'll be surprised how much you can do!
Aimed at people with little or no experience with computers, this guide takes the reader from plugging in the parts of the computer to using the Internet. Miller provides instructions for using the computer to accomplish such practical tasks as writing a letter and balancing a checkbook as well as engaging in fun activities such as watching movies. The volume is designed for Windows users and does not cover Macintosh operating systems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)