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PCs Just the Steps For Dummies 2nd Edition.pdf
If you’re looking for step-by-step instructions for learning a PC, PCs Just The Steps For Dummies, 2nd Edition, has exactly what you need. Author Nancy Muir knows how to get PC beginners up to speed in a hurry, the fun and easy way.
No lengthy theory here; Just the Steps For Dummies books focus on the steps necessary to accomplish key tasks. From the most basic things like turning on your PC and setting the date and time to setting up and using a wireless network, you’ll find simple steps that lead to great results. You learn how to:
* Set up your computer
* Work with the Start menu
* Navigate Windows Vista
* View the contents of a drive with Windows Explorer
* Create a password
* Play movies with Windows Media Player
* Set up your Internet connection
* Send and receive e-mail
* Browse the Web with Internet Explorer
* Work with sound and video
* Set up a wired Ethernet network
* Troubleshoot problems with hardware
* Run Windows Update, and many more common PC tasks
It’s easy to find what you want to know, because every chapter lists the tasks it covers and the page on which each can be found. Tasks are presented with numbered steps and plenty of illustrations that show you what you should be seeing on your screen. PCs Just The Steps For Dummies, 2nd Edition gets you going with that new PC in no time, and it’s a great reference to keep handy.
Open the book and find:
Tips for picking the right computer
How to set up your computer
Vista system tips
How to work with multimedia
How to browse the Web and send e-mail
Security and maintenance advice
Ways to connect with others
View a Digital Image in Windows Photo Gallery
After you upload your photos to your computer, you can view them on-screen. To begin, choose StartÍAll ProgramsÍWindows Photo Gallery.
In the resulting Windows Photo Gallery window, as shown in Figure 13-9, click any of the items in the Navigation pane on the left to choose which images to display (such as those taken in a certain year or saved in a certain folder).
In the main area of the window, double-click an image to display it. Then you can use the tools at the bottom of the window that appears (see Figure 13-10) to do any of the following: The Undo feature in this window allows you to pick the action you want to undo, unlike many Undo features that force you to undo all the actions leading back to the action you want to undo.