How to Use Windows 98
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How To Use Microsoft Windows 98 provides an excellent introduction to Windows in an easy to follow, step-by-step layout. It covers all the introductory user needs to know from program installation and connecting to the Internet, to faxing and gaming. Bonus information covers the two most current versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer WWW Browser. Also updated with more coverage of navigating the WWW. Windows 98 replaces Windows 95 as the defacto standard for both office and home computing. How To Use Microsoft Windows 98 provides readers with the information necessary to become competent users quickly and easily. In addition, How To Use Microsoft Windows 98 provides more intermediate and advanced coverage than competing books, allowing end users to develop their skills at their own pace. Key Features • -New design with a complete visual solution every time you turn the page. • -More topic coverage - 25% more - including more intermediate and advanced topics than ever before. • -Completely updated to include the most popular features in Windows 98. • -Complete coverage of the latest version of Microsoft's popular WWW Browser, Internet Explorer 4. • -New "Try It" section allow the user to demonstrate and build upon their skills. • -More current coverage of using Windows 98 to connect to and use the Internet and WWW. About the Author Douglas Hergert has written more than 40 books on personal computing and programming since 1981. His specialties include spreadsheets, database management, and programming. Contents Getting Started with Windows 98; Working on the Desktop; Working with Programs; Changing the Default Settings; Finding Files; Working with Folders; Word Processing, Try It!; Using the Clipboard; Printing; Using Other Applications; Using Applications from Windows 3.1; Playing Games; Creating Artwork, Try It!; More Word Processing Techniques; Object Lining and Embeddin, Try It!; Installing New Hardware and Software; Working with Briefcase; Sending and Receiving Faxes; Using the Microsoft Network; Using Internet Explorer 21. Finding Web Sites; Managing Information on the Net; Keeping Safe on the Net; Experiencing Multimedia; Making Your Computer Accessible, Try It!; Working with Disks; Working in DOS; Developing Applications.