Alan Simpson's Windows Vista Bible, Desktop Edition
In addition to his books, articles, and site work, he is also active in the community as a leader with local user groups. In addition to his many credits, he has also been recognized as a most valuable professional (MVP) by Microsoft Corporation.
Table of Contents
Part I: Beginner’s Crash Course.
Chapter 1: Getting Started.
Chapter 2: Workin’ It.
Chapter 3: Getting Help When You Need It.
Part II: Programs, Documents, and Folders.
Chapter 4: Running Programs.
Chapter 5: Navigating Your Folders.
Chapter 6: Working with Documents.
Chapter 7: Type, Edit, Copy, and Paste.
Chapter 8: Printing Documents.
Part III Using the Internet.
Chapter 9: Getting Online.
Chapter 10: Browsing the World Wide Web.
Chapter 11: Sending and Receiving E-mail.
Chapter 12: Chatting and Interacting Using the Internet.
Chapter 13: Keeping It Safe.
Part IV: Fun with Multimedia.
Chapter 14: Using Your Camera and Scanner.
Chapter 15: Playing with Pictures and the Photo Gallery.
Chapter 16: Music and Video with Media Player 11.
Chapter 17: Managing Music, Making CDs.
Chapter 18: Making Home Movies.
Part V: Getting Organized, Staying Organized.
Chapter 19: Managing Files and Folders.
Chapter 20: Finding Things on Your Computer.
Chapter 21: Using Your Hard Drive.
Chapter 22: Using Floppies, Thumb Drives, CDs, and DVDs.
Chapter 23: Working with Compressed (Zip) Files.
Chapter 24: Managing Your Time, Tasks, and Appointments.
Part VI: Have It Your Way.
Chapter 25: Creating and Managing User Accounts.
Chapter 26: Personalizing Your Desktop.
Chapter 27: Using Parental Controls.
Chapter 28: Speech, Writing, and Other Accessibility.
Chapter 29: Expanding Your System.
Chapter 30: Disaster Prevention and Recovery.
Part VII: Connecting Your Computers.
Chapter 31: Design and Create Your Own Network.
Chapter 32: Sharing Things on a Network.
Appendix A: Installing Windows Vista.
Appendix B: Shortcut Key Quick Reference.
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