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Windows XP Gigabook for Dummies

Windows XP Gigabook for Dummies

Windows XP Gigabook for

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  • Page 7 and 8: Publisher’s Acknowledgments We’
  • Page 9 and 10: Part IV: Home Networking ..........
  • Page 12 and 13: Table of Contents Introduction ....
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  • Page 22 and 23: Table of Contents Adding Entries to
  • Page 24 and 25: Table of Contents Inserting Horizon
  • Page 26 and 27: Table of Contents Tricks for Editin
  • Page 28 and 29: Table of Contents Receiving E-Mail
  • Page 30 and 31: Table of Contents Chapter 17: Makin
  • Page 32 and 33: Introduction This book is a general
  • Page 34 and 35: Conventions Used in This Book Icons
  • Page 36 and 37: Book I Windows XP
  • Page 38 and 39: Chapter 1: Introducing Windows XP I
  • Page 40 and 41: Figure 1-1: The Add Printer Wizard
  • Page 42 and 43: Where We’ve Been Windows 3.0 arri
  • Page 44 and 45: Chapter 2: Upgrading to Windows XP
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  • Page 48 and 49: Upgrading — A Brain Transplant He
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    Figure 2-4: You can (and should!) a

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    The Desktop Chapter 3: Finding Your

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    System status information The curre

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    Mousing laptops with a touch pad, y

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    When a Pointer Looks Like This: It

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    Dialog Boxes Dialog Boxes ✦ Click

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    Elevator (also called a thumb) Scro

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    Files and Folders Files can be huge

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    Folders inside the current folder S

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    Windows XP Home synchs the clock on

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    Figure 3-8: The documents that you

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    Starting with the Start Button ✦

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    CHECK IT OUT Starting with the Star

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    Chapter 4: Personalizing Your Deskt

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    Active Desktop Web page Recognizing

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    Figure 4-3: Individual settings can

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    Picking a Background If your pictur

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    Figure 4-5: Control icons in the De

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    Figure 4-6: Mouse pointers can all

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    Seeing Desktop Text new zoom factor

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    Using Desktop Themes Customizing Fo

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    The Desktop Cleanup Wizard presents

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    Chapter 5: Organizing Your Windows

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    Customizing the Start Menu I don’

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    Figure 5-3: The My Recent Documents

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    Creating Your Own Shortcuts Creatin

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    Figure 5-6: The Quick Launch toolba

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    Custom Startup never leave the keyb

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    Chapter 6: Setting Up Personal Acco

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    Figure 6-3: Maintain another indivi

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    Controlling Who Gets On A Limited u

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    Logoff Logoff Deleting yourself AHA

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    Figure 6-6: Or use Hibernate mode.

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    Chapter 7: Managing Files and Folde

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    Figure 7-1: Right-click an empty lo

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    Figure 7-3: The My Documents folder

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    Sharing Folders Windows has a folde

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    Figure 7-6: Share a folder called W

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    Recycling Files and Folders When sh

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    Chapter 8: Locating Stuff with Wind

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    Figure 8-3: Narrowing down the sear

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    Looking for Files and Folders tarra

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    Figure 8-5: The fullfledged search.

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    Digging Deeper with Advanced Search

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    Saving a Search Figure 8-8: To save

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    Chapter 9: Adding and Removing Soft

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    Installing and Removing Parts of Wi

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    CHECK IT OUT Updating a Driver Micr

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    Chapter 10: Maintaining Your Window

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    Keeping Up-to-Date I strongly recom

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    Performing Periodic Maintenance Per

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    Figure 10-4: The Defragmenter’s A

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    Figure 10-5: The scheduled regular

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    Zipping and Compression space. Inst

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    Figure 10-8: The Advanced Propertie

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    Chapter 11: Jammin’ with Windows

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    Playing with Now Playing To select

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    Figure 11-4: The newly copied CD’

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    Figure 11-6: The Search Media Libra

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    Figure 11-9: How to delete a playli

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    Figure 11-10: The Radio Tuner displ

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    Figure 11-11: The Copy to CD or Dev

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    Copy to CD or Device If you click t

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    Chapter 12: Lights! Action! Windows

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    Recording and Editing Video Up at t

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    7. When you’re ready to stop reco

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    Figure 12-4: Playing a clip in the

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    Figure 12-7: A clip in timeline vie

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    Figure 12-8: The Save Movie dialog

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    Figure 12-9: The Record Narration T

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    Organizing Your Clips The collectio

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    Chapter 13: Working with Digital Pi

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    Choosing a Camera ✦ Single-lens r

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    Choosing a Camera If you buy a came

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    Moving Images to Your Computer If y

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    Moving Images to Your Computer Noti

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    Figure 13-5: Photo Printing Wizard,

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    CHECK IT OUT Troubleshooting ✦ My

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    Book II PCs and Peripherals

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    Chapter 1: Starting with the Basics

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    Figure 1-2: Listen to the latest MP

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    Figure 1-4: No tower in Middle Eart

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    Figure 1-6: Ergonomic keyboards are

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    RAM and Processors: The Keys to Per

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    Printers Chapter 2: Additional Toys

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    Figure 2-2: This inkjet printer pro

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    Scanners Figure 2-4: This scanner c

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    Figure 2-6: This wireless keyboard/

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    Figure 2-9: It’s a bird, it’s a

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    Figure 2-12: This external 40GB dri

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    Figure 2-13: Carry 128MB in your po

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    Chapter 3: Connectors, Ports, and S

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    Many hardware technicians and techn

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    Meet Your Video Port Figure 3-3: Ma

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    Figure 3-5: A PS/2 keyboard/ mouse

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    Chapter 4: Maintaining Your Hardwar

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    Watching Your Cables ✦ Avoid eati

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    Cleaning and Maintaining Your Print

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    Figure 4-3: Checking the ink levels

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    Figure 4-4: Preparing to calibrate

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    CHECK IT OUT Cleaning and Maintaini

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    Chapter 5: Scanning with Gusto In T

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    Figure 5-2: Nothing pleases like a

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    Basic Scanning with Paint Shop Pro

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    Figure 5-5: Select your scanner fro

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    Figure 5-8: Adjust the size of the

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    Figure 5-11: The image is cropped.

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    Those Irritating (Or Invaluable) Co

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    Figure 5-13: Select the font charac

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    Chapter 6: Dude, MP3 Rocks! In This

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    Ripping Your Own MP3 Files Figure 6

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    Figure 6-4: The Recorder pane appea

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    Downloading to an MP3 Player Jukebo

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    Using Other Sound Formats WAV forma

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    Burning Audio CDs from MP3 Files To

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    Chapter 7: Making Movies with Your

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    Rounding Up Clips and Images Roundi

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    Figure 7-2: I’ve added a video cl

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    Figure 7-4: Add transitions to tie

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    Figure 7-6: Heat things up with the

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    You’ve Just Gotta Have Titles! Yo

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    Saving and Burning before Traveling

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    Figure 7-9: Houston, we are go to b

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    Chapter 8: I Can Make My Own DVDs?

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    Menus ’R Easy! I should know what

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    Figure 8-3: A submenu button in its

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    Figure 8-5: Choose photos for your

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    Figure 8-7: Change the style to fit

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    Figure 8-9: Just a trim, please. Dr

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    Did you know that your TV has a saf

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    Chapter 9: I’m Okay, You’re a D

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    How Does a Digital Camera Work? The

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    The Pros and Cons of Digital Photog

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    Digital Camera Extras to Covet Rech

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    Figure 9-3: Divide your photograph

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    Figure 9-6: Experiment with unusual

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    Figure 9-8: Select and rotate image

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    CHECK IT OUT Recovering Deleted Pic

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    Chapter 10: Determining What to Upg

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    Making Storage Upgrades: Internal a

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    Officially, the acronym SCSI stands

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    Chapter 11: Adding RAM to Your Hot

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    Figure 11-1: A DDR DIMM, caught in

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    Figure 11-3: Hey, those levers just

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    Chapter 12: Scotty, I Need More Pow

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    Installing a Motherboard and CPU th

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    Installing a Motherboard and CPU No

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    Installing a Motherboard and CPU 13

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    Chapter 13: Adding Hard Drive Terri

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    Recognizing a Well-Dressed Hard Dri

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    Adding a Second Internal Hard Drive

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    Figure 13-4: Secure your new friend

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    Chapter 14: Partying with USB, Fire

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    Or Do You Just Need a Hub? the Play

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    Figure 14-2: Alignment! Alignment!

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    Chapter 15: Pumping Up Your Sound a

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    Figure 15-2: Gamers, take note: You

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    Shopping for a Monster Graphics Car

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    Installing Sound and Video Cards 5.

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    Chapter 16: Do I Really Need a Netw

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    Figure 16-2: One of my favorite mul

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    What Hardware Do I Need? What Softw

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    Chapter 17: Ethernet to the Rescue

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    Figure 17-2: Most network techs thi

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    Hardware That You’ll Need 100 Mbp

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    Configuring Windows XP for Your Net

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    Figure 17-6: Your new network host

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    Figure 17-7: The Windows XP My Netw

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    Printing across the Network Really

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    Figure 17-11: Sharing my HP inkjet

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    Troubleshooting Your Network Window

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    CHECK IT OUT Troubleshooting Your N

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    Chapter 18: Going Wireless In This

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    Understanding Wireless Networking T

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    Understanding Wireless Networking i

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    Ensuring Security on Your Wireless

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    Figure 18-3: An ad hoc networking l

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    Using Wireless Hardware in Windows

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    Chapter 19: Sharing Your Internet C

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    Figure 19-1: Set up ICS within Wind

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    Figure 19-3: An Internet connection

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    Sharing through Hardware 4. Run Int

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    Why You Need NAT Figure 19-6: With

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    Figure 19-7: Build a VPN client the

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    Book III The Internet

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    Chapter 1: Hooking Up with the Righ

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    Choosing an ISP to Host Your Web Si

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    Chapter 2: Managing Your Online Sec

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    ✦ CyberPatrol: www.cyberpatrol.co

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    Changing the Supervisor password Ma

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    Chapter 3: America Online In This C

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    Figure 3-2: The AOL screen. Next an

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    Handling Incoming E-Mail Receiving

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    Maintaining an Address Book the mes

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    Exploring the Internet in AOL You,

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    Chapter 4: Browsers and What They D

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    Finding Your Way around the Web The

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    Figure 4-2: You launch Internet Exp

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    Table 4-2 Internet Explorer Screen

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    Searching the Web ✦ Links bar: Th

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    Figure 4-4: Press F11 to enter full

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    Figure 4-5: You can specify the fol

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    Viewing Pages from the History Fold

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    Chapter 5: Customizing Your Browser

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    Figure 5-1: You can change the defa

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    1. Choose Tools➪Internet Options.

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    Active Channels and Active Desktop

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    Changing the History Settings Speci

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    Synchronizing Offline Web Pages If

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    Customizing Your AutoComplete Setti

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    Chapter 6: Printing and Saving Web

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    Printing Code What It Prints Saving

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    Copying Web Page Information To cop

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    Wallpapering Your Desktop with a We

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    Chapter 7: E-Mail Basics In This Ch

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    E-Mail Addresses The most common si

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    E-Mail Addresses It used to be that

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    Chapter 8: Sending and Receiving E-

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    Checking for New Mail 2. Click the

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    Composing E-Mail Messages priority

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    Formatting Your Messages If you sen

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    Chapter 9: Organizing E-Mail Addres

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    Organizing Your Messages with Folde

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    Figure 9-1: The Properties dialog b

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    Figure 9-3: The Find People dialog

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    Chapter 10: Mailing Lists In This C

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    Subscribing and Unsubscribing Lists

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    Table 10-1 Getting a List of Subscr

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    Here are some tips for starting a n

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    Chapter 11: Chatting Online In This

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    Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Safe chat

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    Command What It Does /CLEAR Clears

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    Chapter 12: Instant Messaging In Th

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    Yahoo! Messenger Adding and deletin

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    CHECK IT OUT Disabling MSN Messenge

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    Chapter 13: Keeping Up to Date with

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    Table 13-1 lists the most popular U

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    Reading Newsgroups with Google Goog

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    Reading Newsgroups with Outlook Exp

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    Chapter 14: Getting Started with We

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    What to Include on Every Web Site S

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    Organizing the Content Figure 14-1:

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    Figure 14-5: Web organization. Find

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    Chapter 15: Elements of Web Page De

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    Figure 15-1: The result of HTML tex

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    Creating Lists Creating Lists Color

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    Specifying Page Settings Specifying

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    Adding Links Using a background ima

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    Chapter 16: Working with Graphics,

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    Working with Graphics Don’t confu

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    Figure 16-1: The graphic’s coordi

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    Adding Sounds Use the TITLE attribu

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    Working with Videos Working with Vi

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    Chapter 17: Publishing on the Web I

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    Understanding FTP Figure 17-2: You

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    Promoting Your Web Site 3. Copy fil

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    Chapter 18: Finding Your Way with G

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    Advanced Searching Techniques OR se

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    CHECK IT OUT Using the Google Toolb

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    Chapter 19: Getting Bargains on eBa

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    Searching for Items of Interest The

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    Figure 19-3: Browsing by category a

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    Figure 19-5: Investigating a seller

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    Figure 19-6: Making a bid. Bidding

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    Chapter 20: Planning Your Next Vaca

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    Figure 20-1: Getting driving direct

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    Online Travel Services ✦ Hotwire.

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    Eccentric Sites for Eccentric Trave

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    Chapter 21: Researching Investments

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    Researching a Company Online Figure

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    Figure 21-3: Whether you want to re

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    Researching Mutual Funds and Stocks

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    Figure 21-5: Comparing one stock ag

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    Chapter 22: Listening to the Music

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    Abiding by the copyright laws The c

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    Book IV Office 2003 and Money 2004

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    Chapter 1: Entering, Editing, and F

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    Creating a New Document Figure 1-2:

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    Figure 1-3: Choosing a font and fon

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    Spell Checking a Document ✦ Add t

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    Chapter 2: Speed Techniques for Usi

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    Getting a Better Look at Your Docum

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    Selecting Text in Speedy Ways Trick

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    Moving Around Quickly in Documents

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    Figure 2-5: The Document Map. Follo

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    Finding and Replacing If Word finds

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    Most people consistently misspell c

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    Chapter 3: Laying Out Text and Page

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    Setting Up and Changing the Margins

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    Indenting Paragraphs and First Line

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    Figure 3-5: Running text in columns

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    Putting Headers and Footers on Page

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    Figure 3-8: The Bullets and Numberi

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    Figure 3-10: The five kinds of tab

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    Decorating a Page with a Border Hyp

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    Dropping in a Drop Cap ✦ Distance

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    Chapter 4: Word Styles In This Chap

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    Figure 4-1: Applying a style. Creat

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    Modifying a Style by a style called

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    Attaching a Different Template to a

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    Chapter 5: Constructing the Perfect

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    Figure 5-2: Entering table data usi

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    Modifying the Table Layout column i

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    Figure 5-4: Changing text direction

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    Sprucing Up Your Table After you ma

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    Chapter 6: Getting Word’s Help wi

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    Figure 6-2: A comment in Normal vie

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    Figure 6-3: A document with revisio

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    Outlines for Organizing Your Work A

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    Figure 6-5: Printing on an envelope

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    Churning Out Letters, Labels, and E

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    Figure 6-8: The Mail Merge task pan

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    Figure 6-10: The Match Fields dialo

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    Churning Out Letters, Labels, and E

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    Chapter 7: Getting Acquainted with

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    Navigating the Outlook Windows ✦

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    Figure 7-3: Conducting a simple sea

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    Maintaining the Contacts Folder Del

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    Maintaining the Contacts Folder ✦

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    CHECK IT OUT Tracking Your Dealings

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    Chapter 8: Handling Your E-Mail In

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    Figure 8-2: Getting addresses from

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    Distribution Lists for Sending Mess

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    Distribution Lists for Sending Mess

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    Figure 8-5: Inserting a picture in

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    Stationery for Decorating E-Mail Me

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    Figure 8-8: Entering Group settings

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    Handling Files That Were Sent to Yo

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    Figure 8-12: Flagging messages so t

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    Techniques for Organizing E-Mail Me

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    Figure 8-13: Creating a new folder.

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    Chapter 9: Managing Your Time and S

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    Getting Around in the Calendar Wind

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    Figure 9-3: My, this appointment is

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    Getting a Better Look at Your Sched

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    Chapter 10: Getting Started in Powe

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    Creating a New Presentation Figure

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    Advice for Building Persuasive Pres

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    Getting a Better View of Your Work

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    Figure 10-5: Creating a new slide.

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    Figure 10-6: Getting slides from an

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    Chapter 11: Entering the Text In Th

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    Making Your Own Text Frames ✦ Inc

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    Figure 11-4: Entering speaker notes

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    Chapter 12: Advanced Formatting Tec

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    Figure 12-2: Working with a Slide M

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    Slide Masters for Consistent Format

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    Figure 12-3: Entering a footer. Act

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    CHECK IT OUT Action Buttons for Goi

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    Chapter 13: Giving the Presentation

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    Showing Your Presentation ✦ Start

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    Giving a Self-Playing, Kiosk-Style

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    Chapter 14: Up and Running with Exc

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    Entering Data in a Worksheet Rows,

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    Entering Data in a Worksheet text i

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    Figure 14-4: Entering serial data a

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    Establishing Data-Validation Rules

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    Figure 14-8: Creating a datavalidat

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    Chapter 15: Refining Your Worksheet

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    Getting a Better Look at the Worksh

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    Comments for Documenting Your Works

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    Deleting, Copying, and Moving Data

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    Chapter 16: Formulas and Functions

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    Figure 16-4: Using formula results

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    Warning: Does not compute! Sometime

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    Figure 16-7: Choosing a named cell

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    Working with Functions This is the

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    Figure 16-10: The Function Argument

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    Chapter 17: Making a Worksheet Easi

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    Laying Out a Worksheet Changing the

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    Figure 17-2: The AutoFormat dialog

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    Figure 17-4: Deciding where pages b

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    Printing a Worksheet Repeating row

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    Chapter 18: Seeing Data in Charts I

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    The Chart Source Data dialog box Bu

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    Editing a Chart ✦ Click the Chart

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    CHECK IT OUT Editing a Chart Seeing

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    Chapter 19: Introducing Money In Th

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    Figure 19-2: The Home Page is the s

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    Navigation buttons: Back and Forwar

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    Chapter 20: Setting Up Your Account

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    The Basics: Setting Up Checking and

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    Figure 20-3: Keep information about

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    Figure 20-5: In this dialog box, li

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    Settng Up an Account to Track Credi

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    Chapter 21: Recording Your Financia

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    Figure 21-3: Recording a transactio

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    The Basics: Recording Transactions

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    The Basics: Recording Transactions

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    Figure 21-7: In the Cash Back text

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    Figure 21-8: Transferring money bet

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    Recording Transactions in Credit Ca

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    Figure 21-11: Use the Replace scree

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    Fixing Mistakes in Account Register

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    Chapter 22: Categorizing Your Spend

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    Setting Up Your Own Categories and

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    7. Select a category group. Getting

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    Don’t bother to keep tax records

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    Figure 22-7: Searching for and repa

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    Chapter 23: Reconciling, or Balanci

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    Figure 23-2: The Balance dialog box

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    Figure 23-4: Fixing an entry error

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    Help! The Darn Thing Won’t Reconc

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    Chapter 24: Money for Investors In

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    Figure 24-2: Setting up an investme

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    Figure 24-3: Setting up a retiremen

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    Describing the Securities in Invest

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    Describing the Securities in Invest

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    Figure 24-8: Report changes in the

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    Figure 24-10: Recording the purchas

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    Handling Stocks and Bonds 1. Click

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    Handling Stocks and Bonds How to re

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    Figure 24-11: Recording a mutual fu

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    View Option What You See Charting t

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    Symbols and Numerics * (asterisk),

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    ooting from diskette, 123-124 booti

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    configuring accessibility options,

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    digital video cameras, 149 digital

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    text labels, 728-729, 732-733, 739-

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    .gif file extension, 413 GIF images

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    Intel 64-bit machines, Ethernet net

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    lots (securities), 840 lunchbox mac

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    monitors burn-in, 57 cleaning, 214

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    ad hoc mode, 373 AirPort base stati

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    P packets, network, 346 page border

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    photo printer, 191-192 removing, 43

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    scanners business card, 226 cleanin

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    looping, 524 muting, 43 playing at

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    transaction forms options, 797 tran

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    Web graphics, saving to your comput

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    Word address labels, 640-647 antony

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