Mc GrawHill - Windows 7 Quick Steps
Mc GrawHill | 2009 | ISBN: 978-0-07-163570-7 | Pages: 273 | PDF | 19 MB | 11 MB unrar
QuickSteps books are recipe books for computer users. They answer the question “how do I…” by providing a quick set of steps to accomplish the most
common tasks with a particular operating system or application.
The sets of steps are the central focus of the book. QuickSteps sidebars show how to quickly perform many small functions or tasks that support the
primary functions. Notes, Tips, and Cautions augment the steps, and are presented in a separate column so as not to interrupt the fl ow of the steps. The introductions are minimal, and other narrative is kept brief. Numerous fullcolor illustrations and fi gures, many with callouts, support the steps.
QuickSteps books are organized by function and the tasks needed to perform that function. Each function is a chapter. Each task, or “How To,” contains the steps needed for accomplishing the function, along with the relevant Notes, Tips, Cautions, and screenshots. You can easily fi nd the tasks you want to perform through:
• The table of contents, which lists the functional areas (chapters) and tasks in the order they are presented
• A How To list of tasks on the opening page of each chapter
• The index, which provides an alphabetical list of the terms that are used to describe the functions and tasks
• Color-coded tabs for each chapter or functional area, with an index to the tabs in the Contents at a Glance (just before the table of contents)