Tablet PCs, similar in size and thickness to a yellow paper notepad, are essentially modified notebooks that allow a user to take notes using natural handwriting with a digital pen on a touch-sensitive screen instead of typing on a keyboard All models of Tablet PCs can be attached to standard keyboards, monitors, and mouse devices for easy computing Geared toward the general user of the Tablet PC, with information about configuration, working with pen computing, Ink, voice recognition, and using the onscreen interface Covers computing topics such as file management, browsing the Internet, and using Office applications Includes case study examples of how the Tablet PC can be used in vertical applications such as healthcare and for enhanced productivity throughout an organization
Table of Contents
Introduction. Part I: Getting Up to Speed with Tablet PC. Chapter 1: The World of Tablet PC. Chapter 2: Redefining the PC Experience. Chapter 3: Connecting to Your Office ... and Beyond. Part II: Tablet PC Basics. Chapter 4: Discovering Pen Basics. Chapter 5: When Your Keyboard ... Isn't. Chapter 6: Talking to Your Tablet PC. Part III: Exploring Tablet PC's Unique Apps. Chapter 7: Thinking Ink with Journal. Chapter 8: Stuck on Sticky Notes. Chapter 9: Kicking Back with eBooks and InkBall. Part IV: Office XP, Tablet PC Style. Chapter 10: Office XP, Meet Tablet PC. Chapter 11: Creating Presentations Just Got Easier. Chapter 12: Communicating with Tablet PC. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 13: Ten Neat Things You Can Do with Your Tablet PC. Chapter 14: Top Ten Applications for Your Tablet PC. Chapter 15: Ten (Or So) Real-World Uses for Your Tablet PC. Index.
Nancy Stevenson owns a writing and consulting company specializing in business and technology topics. She's a former training manager for Symantec Corporation, and has written more than 30 books.