Get ready for hi-tech;Reviews;Books

22nd May 1998 at 01:00
101 THINGS TO DO WITH YOUR COMPUTER. Usborne pound;5.99


Books and software for the computer age

101 Things to do with your Computer is an excellent way of getting to know your machine and software. You get to use graphics, sound-file management and Internet features for a real purpose. The book is based on Windows 95 and Microsoft Office technology, but has wider applications.

World Wide Web for Beginners simplifies the worlds of Microsoft and Netscape software. A series of articles cover the technology and the glossary translates jargon. Hands-on tasks ensure you get value from your PC and phone bill.

Jon O'Connor is head of Parkside First School, Boreham Wood, Hertfordshire.

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