Do you need to teach somebody older about computing? Check out this book. It might help you ease the learning experience.
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Want to learn Microsoft Office 2010? Check if this book is a worthy guide.
There are many available computing books but few really teach you how stuff works and, most important, why it works the way it does. Luckily, Microsoft Office 2010 Inside Out, authored by the ultra-famous Ed Bott, is one such book. If you want to learn Office 2010, you should definitely check it out.
Got any “dummies” who need help learning how to work with Windows 7 or Office 2010? You might want to check out this book + DVD bundle.
Like all Plain and Simple books, Microsoft Office 2010 Plain & Simple doesn’t really teach people why software works the way it does. It simply shows how to accomplish the most common tasks in a visual manner. If you want to know more about this book and if it really is worth buying for your ‘non-hacker’ friends & family members, check out this review.
If you look on its cover, this books seems cheery and less “serious” than other technology books. That’s because, at least according to this review, the book is not for TinyHacker readers; but for your friends who don’t really care about understanding technology but still want to use it to get the job done.
For those of us having problems with Windows 7 – there’s a book which can help find solutions to some of the most common annoyances.
The book is called Windows 7 Annoyances, by David A. Karp and published by O’Reilly. Check out this review to find out more about it.
If you want to learn more about how to create and manage your own home network so that all operating systems play nice together: Windows 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, check out this useful book.