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Windows XP Gigabook For Dummies

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Book I: Windows XP.

Part I: Getting to Know Windows XP.

Chapter 1: Introducing Windows XP.

Chapter 2: Upgrading to Windows XP.

Chapter 3: Finding Your Way around Windows XP.

Part II: Customizing Windows XP.

Chapter 4: Personalizing Your Desktop.

Chapter 5: Organizing Your Windows XP Interface.

Chapter 6: Setting Up Personal Accounts.

Part III: Managing Files and Maintaining Order.

Chapter 7: Managing Files and Folders.

Chapter 8: Locating Stuff with Windows XP.

Chapter 9: Adding and Removing Software.

Chapter 10: Maintaining Your Windows XP System.

Part IV: Exploring Windows XP Multimedia.

Chapter 11: Jammin’ with Windows Media Player.

Chapter 12: Lights! Action! Windows Movie Maker.

Chapter 13: Working with Digital Pictures.

Book II: PCs and Peripherals.

Part I: Hardware.

Chapter 1: Starting with the Basics.

Chapter 2: Additional Toys Your PC Will Enjoy.

Chapter 3: Connectors, Ports, and Sundry Openings.203

Chapter 4: Maintaining Your Hardware.

Part II: Peripheral Equipment.

Chapter 5: Scanning with Gusto.

Chapter 6: Dude, MP3 Rocks!

Chapter 7: Making Movies with Your PC.

Chapter 8: I Can Make My Own DVDs?

Chapter 9: I’m Okay, You’re a Digital Camera.

Part III: Upgrading and Supercharging.

Chapter 10: Determining What to Upgrade.

Chapter 11: Adding RAM to Your Hot Rod.

Chapter 12: Scotty, I Need More Power!

Chapter 13: Adding Hard Drive Territory to Your System.

Chapter 14: Partying with USB, FireWire, and Hubs.

Chapter 15: Pumping Up Your Sound and Video.

Part IV: Home Networking.

Chapter 16: Do I Really Need a Network?

Chapter 17: Ethernet to the Rescue.

Chapter 18: Going Wireless.

Chapter 19: Sharing Your Internet Connection.

Book III: The Internet.

Part I: Going Online with an ISP.

Chapter 1: Hooking Up with the Right Service.

Chapter 2: Managing Your Online Security.

Chapter 3: America Online.

Part II: Getting Caught in the World Wide Web.

Chapter 4: Browsers and What They Do.

Chapter 5: Customizing Your Browser Settings.

Chapter 6: Printing and Saving Web Information.

Part III: E-Mail.

Chapter 7: E-Mail Basics.

Chapter 8: Sending and Receiving E-Mail with Outlook Express.

Chapter 9: Organizing E-Mail Addresses and Messages.

Chapter 10: Mailing Lists.

Part IV: Other Online Communications.

Chapter 11: Chatting Online.

Chapter 12: Instant Messaging.

Chapter 13: Keeping Up to Date with News.

Part V: Creating Web Pages.

Chapter 14: Getting Started with Web Publishing.

Chapter 15: Elements of Web Page Design.

Chapter 16: Working with Graphics, Sounds, and Videos.

Chapter 17: Publishing on the Web.

Part VI: Can’t-Miss Stops on the Internet.

Chapter 18: Finding Your Way with Google.

Chapter 19: Getting Bargains on eBay.

Chapter 20: Planning Your Next Vacation Online.

Chapter 21: Researching Investments Online.

Chapter 22: Listening to the Music.

Book IV: Office 2003 and Money 2004.

Part I: Word 2003.

Chapter 1: Entering, Editing, and Formatting Text.

Chapter 2: Speed Techniques for Using Word.

Chapter 3: Laying Out Text and Pages.

Chapter 4: Word Styles.

Chapter 5: Constructing the Perfect Table.

Chapter 6: Getting Word’s Help with Office Chores.

Part II: Outlook 2003.

Chapter 7: Getting Acquainted with Outlook.

Chapter 8: Handling Your E-Mail.

Chapter 9: Managing Your Time and Schedule.

Part III: PowerPoint 2003.

Chapter 10: Getting Started in PowerPoint.

Chapter 11: Entering the Text.

Chapter 12: Advanced Formatting Techniques.

Chapter 13: Giving the Presentation.

Part IV: Excel 2003.

Chapter 14: Up and Running with Excel.

Chapter 15: Refining Your Worksheet.

Chapter 16: Formulas and Functions for Crunching Numbers.

Chapter 17: Making a Worksheet Easier to Read and Understand.

Chapter 18: Seeing Data in Charts.

Part V: Money 2004.

Chapter 19: Introducing Money.

Chapter 20: Setting Up Your Accounts.

Chapter 21: Recording Your Financial Activity.

Chapter 22: Categorizing Your Spending and Income.

Chapter 23: Reconciling, or Balancing, an Account.

Chapter 24: Money for Investors.


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