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Windows 7 For Seniors For Dummies par [Hinton, Mark Justice]
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This easy-to-understand guide helps seniors get started with Windows 7!

Many seniors use a home computer to stay connected to family and friends. This fun and friendly guide shows how to use Windows 7, the most popular operating system pre-loaded onto personal computers and laptops, to write e-mails, connect with family via Windows Live Messenger, download pictures with Photo Gallery, and listen to music using Windows Media Player.

Windows 7 For Seniors For Dummies uses a large font for the text that makes the book easier to read and it features magnified screen shots to help make the subject matter less intimidating. For Dummies author Mark Justice Hinton walks you through the basics of Windows 7, shows you how to customize the desktop so that it accommodates your needs, and explains how to use the webcam and instant messenger to keep in contact with family and friends. Plus, you'll get critical insight for protecting your personal information.

  • Shows seniors how to stay connected to family and friends using the features of Windows 7
  • Explains how to use the Internet, send and receive e-mail, upload and download photos, view video, listen to music, play games, use webcam and instant messenger, and more
  • Discusses the important topic of keeping data and personal information safe and secure
  • Uses a larger font for text and includes more than 150 enlarged screen shots

For seniors interested in getting started using the exciting features of Windows 7, Windows 7 For Seniors For Dummies is the ideal beginner guide!

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Windows® 7 For Seniors for Dummies

Learn to:

  • Use the Windows 7 desktop and create your first documents

  • Connect to the Internet and browse the Web

  • View, edit, and print photos

  • Keep in touch by e–mail and play games online

Mark Justice Hinton

Author of Digital Photography For Seniors For Dummies

You can learn to use Windows, get online, and start doing things today!

You don′t need a grandchild to teach you Windows 7 with this friendly guide, you′ll be using the mouse, working with folders, hooking up a printer, and cruising the Internet in nothing flat. Learn to use all the gizmos that come with Windows 7, shop online, view a slideshow of your favorite photos, send e–mail to a friend, enjoy music, and more!

  • Tour the desktop learn to use menus, the Start menu button, files, and folders

  • Do it create notes and letters, connect a printer, download photos from your digital camera, and put music on a CD

  • Have some fun discover Solitaire and other built–in games, listen to music, and watch a movie

  • Use the accessories display Gadgets on your desktop, draw with Paint, and use the Calculator

  • To keep or not install additional programs you want and remove those you don′t need

  • Protect your Windows learn to use the Action Center, download and install virus protection software, and keep it up to date

  • Have it your way make your screen easier to see, open files with a single click, and even have your computer read to you

  • The wide, wide Web shop and explore online and learn to stay safe

Open the book and find:

  • What′s on the taskbar

  • Directions for creating and saving documents

  • Steps for installing a printer and other peripherals

  • How to connect to the Internet anywhere

  • Backgammon and other games you can play online

  • Guidance on protecting your computer from viruses

  • How to send e–mail attachments

  • Advice on backing up documents and photos

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 8127 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 408 pages
  • Editeur : For Dummies; Édition : 1 (25 août 2009)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 I must be dumber than I thought 23 juin 2013
Par Jane M. - Publié sur
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I'm being dragged kicking and screaming from my aging computer with Windows XP (which apparently is going the way of the dodo next spring), to a new computer with Windows 7 (the fellow building my computer said he'll spare me from Windows 8, which I haven't heard anything good about). I learned to use XP by reading Windows XP for Dummies by Andy Rathbone, and it has been my bible. Informative and easy to understand, even for a hardcore non-techie like myself.

Since I now have a few years of computer experience and am a senior citizen, I ordered Windows 7 for Seniors Dummies, expecting pretty much the same thing. But I found this book unnecessarily "wordy." So I don't know if it's just that the book is a little too technical for my needs, or I'm a doddering old geezer beyond help.

I'll keep this book around for reference; however, I'm going to go ahead and order Andy Rathbone's Windows 7 for Dummies; I just find his explanations a lot more user friendly.
79 internautes sur 81 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Windows 7 Dummies book 13 juillet 2010
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I have just started going through the Windows 7 for Seniors for Dummies book, slowly. The "seniors" means big print which I appreciate. I have had a computer for years and was familiar with the XP and find that this version is an improvement on that. It may take me some time to review all the information in the book, however I am finding it very useful.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 I am honestly disappointed in this book 18 septembre 2014
Par Louise Mustain - Publié sur
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I am honestly disappointed in this book. I am 79 years old and NOT that knowledgeable about computers in the first place which puts this book in the sorry disadvantage of being written (FOR ME) as if it were in GREEK. I have had NO past use of most of the words he uses. I thought that since it was for DUMMIES that it would be more in the "SEE JANE RUN" type wording. It certainly is not but that IS what I need and hoped for when I made this purchase. I feel that I truly wasted my money. I can see where it would be of help for someone who has used previous programs or worked in an office. I only needed one to write emails to my many kids, grandkids, and greatgrandkids! To keep track of my medical problems. But Microsoft said that my H/P that was a 2006 model was too old to continue producing software for. Sorry, Amazon, but I cannot write a glowing recommendation for this book. Sincerely, Louise Mustain
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Large print, easy to understand 27 janvier 2014
Par Teresa Rose - Publié sur
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Bought for a friend who is 86 & this is a great gift. Much easier to understand they way they have written it and explained it.She has been reading it everyday. I usually help her with her computer everyday, so I hoping this will help her. She seems to mess something up on her computer everyday and has downloaded all kinds of stuff. The large print is so wonderful because she can read it without using wearing her bifocals. She bought a different book on Amazon and when she got it it was way too technical for her so she gave it to me. I'm a computer geek and I HIGHLY recommend this book! :)
3.0 étoiles sur 5 It was OK 10 février 2013
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The only thing I know about computers are what my kids have taught me over the last 10 yrs, and they hated trying to teach Mom! Now they are all moved out and I'm on my own, as far as keeping up with computers. So I got this book hoping it would help me to learn more of the basics. Which it did a bit, but it just didn't have enough information in it to really get me much farther than I already was. It was a bit difficult to follow...and it's for DUMMIES. I had to read it over and over to understand what they were talking about. So...I don't think it would help Seniors out for beginng to learn about computers enough. If I didn't already know what I knew...I don't believe this book would have really helped me much. Would advise getting a more BEGINERS Book for someone who does'nt know anything about computers, all you Seniors out there :)
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