Teach Yourself Basic Computer Skills is perfect for any new computer user who wants to get up and running, quickly and simply. For beginners it is a cost-effective alternative to buying an expensive manual for each application. The book is written for the general user, but the level and content are also relevant to anyone following MOUS certification, SQA modules and BCS Level 1/2 application courses. With step-by-step iinstructions, minimal jargon and detailed explanations of all the technical terms, this book will give a new user the confidence to move forward and expand their knowledge. As well as being updated for Windows Vista, Office 2007 and Internet Explorer 7, additional coverage includes: - System Interrogation - Finding health and safety laws and guidelines affecting the use of IT - Creating and maintaining a safe workstation environment - Office interface - ribbon, tabs, groups, MSO button and menu, Quick Access toolbar - Advantages and disadvantages of different email systems - Netiquette - Hidden dangers - unsolicited email, virus dangers - Understand guidelines and regulations on using email
Moira Stephen has written many computer books and is a college lecturer in further and higher education.