With all its buttons, dialog boxes, options, switches, sliding levers, and other gizmos, Windows 98 is a complicated chunk of computer software. If you've already mastered the basics of Windows 98, it's time to take your hard-earned skills to the next level of expertise with Windows wizard Andy Rathbone's companion volume to his introductory Windows 98 For Dummies, MORE Windows 98 For Dummies. MORE Windows 98 For Dummies moves beyond the basics of cut-and-paste or drag-and-drop with clear, easy-to-understand explanations of the advanced functions and features of Windows 98. Here's a book bursting with tips and tricks for installing new software, customizing the look and feel of your desktop with wild wallpapers and snazzy screen savers, surfing the World Wide Web or building your very own Web pages, taming the new Active Desktop, managing all your multimedia programs and files, and troubleshooting the Windows 98 program's most aggravating and annoying traits.Finding hidden programs on the CD-ROM version of Windows 98 ar Making pages print with numbers or titles ar Scrounging up more memory ar Reading the Character Map ar Cheating at Minesweeper ar Highlighting text 7 he programmersanbsp;...
|Title||:||More Windows 98 For Dummies|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1998-06-16|