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A friendly, lighthearted explanation for computer-beginners of how to make the computer do useful things; where and what to buy, how to send e-mail and surf the web.


  • The first computer primer written in non technical language for beginners.
  • Conversational explanations are illustrated with more than 100 images.
  • Computer terms are in bold print and are explained.
  • Large, readable type.
  • Lies flat for easy reference at the computer.
  • Fully indexed, plus a Glossary of computer words.

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What People Are Saying

"The author, in everyday language, gives basic lessons on simple word processing, Web surfing and even how to buy a computer."

The Dominion Post, Morgantown, WV

"Your book does a fabulous job of identifying problem areas for all non-computer users -- not just grandparents! As a computer trainer, your insights have been very useful."

Reference and Electronic Services Librarian, Mrs. A. Long, WVU College of Law, Morgantown, WV