This hands-on tutorial reference expertly guides new Windows Me Edition users through installation, configuration, and the new operating features of Windows Me Edition, including Internet Explorer, the Active Desktop, PC Health, Outlook Express, Windows(r) Address Book, Movie Maker and more! This detailed, thoroughly illustrated reference helps you customize and organize your desktop for optimum performance and personal productivity. You'll soon master the new desktop design, icons, and layout while learning how to work efficiently with windows and applications. You'll also get valuable insight into printing, faxing, and email techniques with Outlook Express, as well as helpful advice on how to get up-and-running in no time with multimedia hardware and software. There's also a useful chapter on the many new ways to get help, if it's needed. You will learn how to access the Internet, share Internet connections, browse with Internet Explorer, use Windows Radio, and much, much more! All Windows users, from novice to veteran, will appreciate Brian Underdahl's sensible advice and the Teach Yourself--tutorial approach.Working with Documents File Edit View Favorites Tools Help Alai a#39; ac* a#39; 3 SlSearch ^FcUm ^History -3 aquot;-2 ? ... Rename Properties Ap35M 12:11PM CKcft the program you want to use to open aquot;Dear Hakon and Sandra. doc* if the program is ... TAKE NOTE VIEW THE FILE EXTENSIONS If you want to see the file extensions for your files, you will need to change one of the default settings for Windows Explorer.
|Title||:||Teach Yourself Microsoft Windows Me|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2000-08-25|