R. Bebbington 1997, 144 pages, illustrated. Electrical and Electronic projects that respond to light, or produce it, have always been popular with constructors.
R. A. Penfold, 1989, 104 pages. This book describes in detail how to construct some simple and inexpensive, but extremely useful, pieces of test equipment. Although the designs featured are not state of the art, they are sound, tried & tested circ
J Shelley 1996, 144 pages, illustrated Companies, organisations and institutions around the world, as well as many PC users, are aware of publishing information over the Internet.
R. A. Penfold, 2002, 308 pages. PCs can interface to external devices via many different routes. One of these is by utilising the standard ISA expansion slots, a method that is really only suitable for advanced users.
Jim Gatenby, 2002, 290 pages. Applies to professional and home editions Windows XP introduces a bright new user friendly interface, combining the excellent multimedia features of Windows 98/Me with the networking capability and rock solid stability
This book will help you to learn how to use Paint Shop Pro 8 and be able to produce professional looking results, in the shortest possible time. It has been written for new users and also those upgrading from previous versions of Paint Shop Pro.
Jim Gatenby, 2003, 198 pages. Especially written for the over 50s, with large clear type, you can enjoy using your computer for digital photography. The book uses only easy to understand language and explains how to:
R. A. Penfold, 2005, 308 pages. iPod and MP3 portable music players have revolutionised the way we enjoy listening to music. They offer the ability to store thousands of tracks in a tiny device that can be used anywhere. This book tells you how to g
R. A. Penfold, 2004, 182 pages. At last you can share files between computers and laptops without miles of cables, using a wireless (Wi Fi) network. This book tells you how to:
R. A. Penfold, 2005, 308 pages. When you update or replace your PC, theres always the nuisance of moving all your files to the new machine, and getting everything set up to look like what you were used to. Its not as difficult as you might think. Th
P. R. M. Oliver and N. Kantaris, 226 pages. The use of Portable Document Format (PDF) files is becoming increasingly more popular and necessary particularly as exchanging electronic files for personal and business use grows. This book explains what
N. Kantaris and P. R. M. Oliver, 2004, 236 pages. This book applies to both the home and professional editions of Microsoft Windows XP including service packs 1 and 2. It will help users get to grips with many of the more advanced features of this o
N. Kantaris and P. R. M. Oliver, 2003, 240 pages. Whatever your reasons for buying a PC, it is essential to understand its operating system, which in this case is called Windows XP. This book applies to both the home and professional editions of Mic
R. A. Penfold, 304 pages The Internet provides an unlimited source of Information, products and services which are available to you without ever having to leave the comfort of your own home.
Jim Gatenby, 2005, 228 pages. Especially written for the over 50s, using only plain English and avoiding technical jargon.
P. R. M. Oliver and N. Kantaris, 2007, 380 pages. This book is an indispensable companion when using Office 2007 for the first time and a handy reference there after.
N. Kantaris andamp; P.R.M. Oliver, 2006, 368 pages. Get to grips with Works 8 and Works Suite 2006 with this book which will also serve as a useful reference thereafter.
N. Kantaris and P. R. M. Oliver, 236 pages. Many actions carried out on a PC have keyboard shortcuts attached to them. These are especially useful for people who are more used to the keyboard rather than a mouse.
N. Kantaris and P. R. M. Oliver, 2005, 176 pages. Written to help Windows XP users to remember how they did those occasional tasks or achieve that unusual effect, but have forgotten how they managed to do it.
J. Gatenby, 2002, 320 pages, illustrated. This book has been written especially for those of us who are advanced in years but still have an active and inquisitive mind, but have not previously had the opportunity to get to grips with the computers.
among the many topics covered areandmiddot; advice on selecting the right machine for your needsandmiddot; unpacking connecting and getting your machine operationalandmiddot; installation and configuring of applications softwareandmiddot; using exter...
n. kantaris and p. r. m. oliver, 2001, 288 pages. applies to both professional and home editions this book has been written with the non expert, busy person in mind. it explains what hardware requirements you need in order to run windows xp success...
r. a. penfold, 2002, 352 pages. this book explains in the simplest of terms, and with copious photographs, just how simple it is to expand your pc.
j.gatenby, 2002, 320 pages, illustrated. this book has been written especially for those of us who are advanced in years but still have an active and inquisitive mind, but have not previously had the opportunity to get to grips with the internet. th...
r. a. penfold, 2005, 308 pages. when you update or replace your pc, theres always the nuisance of moving all your files to the new machine, and getting everything set up to look like what you were used to. its not as difficult as you might think. th...
n. kantaris and p.r.m. oliver, 2006, 368 pages. get to grips with works 8 and works suite 2006 with this book which will also serve as a useful reference thereafter.
among the many topics explained are how toandmiddot; understand the basic features of a digital cameraandmiddot; transfer photographs from your digital camera to your pcandmiddot; view your photographsandmiddot; save sort and file your photographsand...
andmiddot; written in an easy to understand way and fully illustratedandmiddot; all you need to know to assemble your own pcandmiddot; a certain amount of user knowledge is useful to select components complete your pc assembly and finally overcome an...
jim gatenby, 2003, 198 pages. especially written for the over 50s, with large clear type, you can enjoy using your computer for digital photography. the book uses only easy to understand language and explains how to
Choosing and setting up your computer for the Internet Getting connected to the Internet Sending and receiving e mails photographs etc. so you can keeping touch with family and friends all over the world Searching and saving information on any ...
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