See it done, do it yourself! Spend less time reading and more time doing with a simple, step-by-step approach.
- Covers all the important tasks that readers need to know, from using WordPad, Paint, and Outlook Express to configuring a firewall and backing up data.
- Covers Service Pack 1.
- Based on a proven, successful series format, this book uses a visual page design with easy-to-read text to teach beginning to intermediate level Windows XP tasks.
- Troubleshooting guides, "see also" referencing, and sample projects add even more for the ambitious learner.
- Author Steve Johnson is a professional trainer and author of several best-selling books.
Microsoft Windows XP Home and Professional editions provide an elegant new user interface and powerful new tools with which to burn a CD, view and manage digital photos and music, and invite PC experts to see and manipulate what's on your screen over the Internet. This book covers all the important tasks that readers need to know, from using WordPad, Paint, and Outlook Express to configuring a firewall and backing up data. Service Pack 1 coverage is included. Show Me Microsoft Windows XP offers readers a fast, visual way to solve problems and get work done with Windows XP, covering the tasks in a way that makes it easy for new and upgrading users to get going quickly. Other features include a "Troubleshooting Guide" to help solve common problems, and a "Project Guide" with a listing of real-world projects by feature.
Steve Johnson has written more than 20 books on a variety of computer software, including Microsoft Office XP, Windows XP, and Macromedia Director MX and Fireworks. In 1991, after working for Apple Computer and Microsoft, Steve founded Perspection, Inc. Perspection, Inc. is a software training company committed to providing performance-based training to help people effectively and efficiently use computer technology. Perspection writes and produces software training books, and develops Web-based training for Windows and Macintosh personal computers. Since 1991 they have written more than 60 computer books and sold over 4.5 million copies.