This is one of the most comprehensive books ever published on introduction to computers. This self-paced text is graphically oriented with step-by-step screen captures. The book' is designed to provide tutorial information on DOS, Windows, Word(R) for Windows, Excel(R) for Windows, PowerPoint(R), and shareware - has two components; the printed text shows students how to use a personal computer with Windows 2000 and various application programs, including Microsoft(R) Office 2000. New to this edition are chapters on Windows 2000, Office 2000, Networking, Systems Administration, and the World Wide Web. The CD-ROM contains tutorial information on DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows 95, and application programs based on Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. Employers and academics have applauded this landmark publication.UlHIa#39;MIMiH rrra Generdjvjew File Types J Offline Files ] Registered file types: Extensions | File Types 33 i) DIC aquot;aamp;DIF Text ... Before we continue with this example, we will set the WindowsAr Explorer options to display the extensions of all files and show both hidden and system files. ... Files 4/20/99 7:51 AM sDDELL G Outlook 88 Setup 4/30/98 11:11 PM aGORVUB _J Program Files 7/28/88 8:23 PM R ac Ganbsp;...
|Title||:||Personal Computer Fundamentals for Technology Students|
|Author||:||Marc E. Herniter|