Focused on essential information, this manual helps readers become well versed in all the main computer conceptsahardware, software, communication, and issuesathat affect every area of life today, and a knowledge of which is mandatory for success in today's job market. Concepts are clearly explained and rooted in a practical contextae.g., instead of just defining RAM and ROM, tells readers what they need to know about memory when deciding what computer to buy. The manual features brief, modular chapters, illustrations, an appealing open format, and a stay-flat spiral binding. A variety of practical sidebars, Web site citations, tips, how-to advice, troubleshooting information, and practice exercises are interwoven throughout. An accompanying CD-ROM includes TRY IT! Multimedia Simulation; Visual Reference tutorials for Microsoft Office 97/2000; Multimedia Internet tutorial; Touch `N' Type Keyboarding course; and Typing Tests with automatic Scoring. Technology in Prospective. Defining a Computer. The System Configuration. Entering Data. Output: Viewing, Printing, Music, and Modems. Storing Data. Operating Systems. Word Processing. Spreadsheets. Database. Graphics Programs. Presentations and Publishing. The Programming Profession. The Internet. Networking. Computers and Careers. Computers and Society. The Future of Computing. For anyone wanting a hands-on introduction to basic computer concepts.First, exit all programs, saving any documents that are open. Then click Start, Shut Down. Select the Shut Down option and click OK. If your computer gets stuck (wona#39;t respond), you can restart. You may also need to restart if you make a anbsp;...
|Title||:||DDC Learning Computer Concepts|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2000-11-01|