The Practical Surveyor Or The Art Of Land Measuring Made Easy The Fifth Edition Corrected And Enlarged By A Careful Hand Etc

Author: Samuel Wyld
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File Management Made Simple Windows Edition

Author: Joseph Moran
Editor: Apress
ISBN: 1484210824
File Size: 20,20 MB
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Managing data is an essential skill that every PC user should have. Surprisingly though, a large number of users--even highly experienced users--exhibit poor file management skills, resulting in frustration and lost data. This brief but invaluable book, File Management Made Simple can resolve this by providing you with the skills and best practices needed for creating, managing and protecting your data. Do any of the following scenarios sound familiar to you? You’ve downloaded an attachment from your e-mail, but aren’t sure where you downloaded it to. You spent an entire evening working on a document only to discover the next morning that you didn’t save it to your flash drive like you thought you had? Maybe you had a guest visiting and wanted to share with them the pictures you took of your kids recital, yet when you went to get them you were unable to recall where you stored them on your PC. Or you scanned your receipts for your expense reports on day and came back the next day and scanned some for another report only to find that the new ones numbered Scan 1, Scan 2,... still exist. Unfortunately, for a vast number of PC users, scenarios like these are all too common. These situations are not only extremely frustrating for the user, but also tend to discourage them from ever wanting to touch a PC again! Why is that? What is the common factor? It’s simple really. Each of these issues can be attributed to poor file management skills. In my experience, the people with the worst file management skills are simply the ones that lack an understanding of how to navigate the Windows operating system. However this situation can be easily rectified. And once you can successfully navigate your computer's drive and folder structure, you'll be hard pressed to misplace anything. Although this process can seem daunting to the uninitiated, this isn’t black magic. In fact, it’s actually quite simpl e. Keeping your files and folders organized on the computer is no more difficult than keeping them organized in real life. There is a place for everything and everything has its place. We will show you how to navigate Windows correctly and efficiently. Where specific types of files should be stored. We’ll also show you how best to name and manage your files; such as using descriptive folders to identify files, implementing the best naming conventions for files and directories, and how to group various types of data together; ensuring that the data you need is always readily available. Finally we’ll introduce you to some of the best options for transporting and protecting your data. We will show you the skills you need to easily manage your data, using clear and simple English, without the confusing technical jargon. All this and more can be accomplished with File Management Made Simple by your side.

Easy Windows 8

Author: Mark Edward Soper
Editor: Que Publishing
ISBN: 013311807X
File Size: 49,78 MB
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See it done. do it yourself. It’s that Easy! Easy Windows 8 teaches you the fundamentals to help you get the most from Windows 8. Fully illustrated steps with simple instructions guide you through each task, building the skills you need to perform the most common tasks with Windows. No need to feel intimidated; we’ll hold your hand every step of the way. In Full Color Learn how to… • Use the new Windows Start screen, tiles, and touch interface • Connect with everyone you care about, through Windows 8’s free apps • Speed web browsing with new Internet Explorer 10 tools and tips • Enjoy and organize all your music, videos, and photos • Get free apps at the new Windows Store • Share what you want to share—and nothing else • Network your home safely, reliably, and painlessly • Play free Windows 8 games and connect to your Xbox 360 • Fix problems and keep your computer running fast Category: Windows Operating System Covers: Windows 8 User Level: Beginner The Least You Need to Know Windows 8’s new tile-based interface and improved desktop provide a great balance of easy access to media and news and robust system management. To discover some of the most useful features included in Windows 8, see the suggestions below. Start Screen with Live Tiles Windows 8’s new Start screen puts you just a click away from your favorite media, web browsing, games, messaging, and more. Live tiles display current weather, top news headlines, your favorite photos, and more. Whether you use a mouse, touchpad, or touch screen, Start screen makes work and play easier. Instant, Intelligent Search Want to find an app, setting, or file? Just start typing. Windows 8 instantly displays the results. Click Apps, Settings, or Files to filter the results. The Windows Store Is Open for Business Get free and paid apps made especially for Windows 8 from the Windows Store online. Easy updates and reinstallation as needed. Supercharged File Management The new File Explorer makes file management easier than ever before. It runs from the Windows desktop and includes enhanced file copy/move and new pinned location features. Easy File Protection with File History The new File History feature makes it easy to back up your files and restore a file if it’s lost, damaged, or replaced by a different version.

Microsoft Publisher 2017 Made Easy

Author: Michael Galesso
Editor: First Rank Publishing
ISBN:
File Size: 13,18 MB
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Microsoft Publisher 2017 version was released in the last quarter of 2016 and has been significantly improved since the previous version was released. It now offers users great layout tools along with new typography tools as is referred to as ‘a lightweight alternative to Adobe InDesign’ with its layout software. Publisher is great for desktop publishing and features some of the best templates to date. It has been highly reviewed for its ability to produce long- form publications though it falls short in its graphic support capabilities. Microsoft Publisher is still one of the best layout software for at- home use.

Windows 10 Made Easy

Author: James Bernstein
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File Size: 39,27 MB
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**Updated For 2021** These days everyone has a desktop computer, laptop, or at least a device such as a smartphone or tablet that they use to go online, send emails, and so on. And for the people who use a personal computer at home or at work then there is a very good chance that it is running Microsoft Windows. And if it's a newer computer then there is a very good chance its running Windows 10 since new or has been upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or Windows 8. Microsoft has said that Windows 10 will be the last version of their desktop operating system and that they will just continue to update it and add new features rather than come out with new versions. Time will tell if they will stick with this strategy or if they will feel the pressure to come out with something new just for the sake of generating some hype and of course more sales. This goal of this book is to help you get the most out of your Windows 10 computer and make you a more proficient computer user. I will cover the basics (in detail) to better help you understand how to do things like configure and customize Windows, use the great built in features and software as well troubleshoot issues that you may run into while using your computer. A lot of this content will apply to previous versions of Windows so you will be able to apply your newfound knowledge to older computers as well. *Updated for Version 20H2* The chapters in the book cover the following topics: Chapter 1 - What is Windows? Chapter 2 - Installing Windows Chapter 3 - Configuring and Customizing Windows Chapter 4 - Installing Devices Chapter 5 - Windows Apps Chapter 6 - File and Folder Management Chapter 7 - User Accounts Chapter 8 - Microsoft Edge Web Browser Chapter 9 - Windows 10 Settings Chapter 10 - Networking Basics Chapter 11 - Basic Troubleshooting About the Author James Bernstein has been working with various companies in the IT field since 2000, managing technologies such as SAN and NAS storage, VMware, backups, Windows Servers, Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Networking, Microsoft Office, Exchange, and more. He has obtained certifications from Microsoft, VMware, CompTIA, ShoreTel, and SNIA, and continues to strive to learn new technologies to further his knowledge on a variety of subjects. He is also the founder of the website OnlineComputerTips.com, which offers its readers valuable information on topics such as Windows, networking, hardware, software, and troubleshooting. Jim writes much of the content himself and adds new content on a regular basis. The site was started in 2005 and is still going strong today.

Home Automation Made Easy

Author: Dennis C Brewer
Editor: Que Publishing
ISBN: 0133408442
File Size: 12,62 MB
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Absolutely no experience needed! Make your home smarter, safer, and more fun—and save money, too! Home automation is finally practical, useful, and easy! Now, you can control your home exactly the way you want to, without paying monthly fees. This book shows how to do it all yourself, with today’s simpler, more reliable, less expensive technologies. Dennis C. Brewer first makes sure you’re comfortable with wiring basics and safety, and then guides you through installing, setting up, and using today’s best home automation software. Next, he walks you through several great DIY projects you can complete in just hours. Before you know it, you’ll be controlling appliances, lighting, devices, home security, energy consumption, heating/cooling, and even your home entertainment center. Brewer covers phone interfaces, opportunities to expand, and even offerings from your phone and Internet service providers. When it comes to home automation, the future is here—and it works! · Pick the right products and services, without overspending · Control your home from anywhere, with Android, iPhone, iPad, or your computer · Go green, save energy, all year long · Make your home safer, more secure, and more comfortable · Overcome personal mobility challenges · Get more fun out of your TV and music system

Excel For Windows 95 Made Easy

Author: Martin S. Matthews
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN: 9780078821516
File Size: 34,30 MB
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This book teaches readers everything they need to know to master Excel's latest version for Windows 95. This comprehensive, introductory tutorial, complete with hands-on examples, will provide new and experienced users with the fundamentals as well as explain the more advanced aspects of this new version.

Endnote

Author: ISI ResearchSoft
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The Internet Made Simple

Author: P. K. McBride
Editor: Made Simple Books
ISBN: 9780750645768
File Size: 71,11 MB
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The expansion of the Internet continues unabated. internet-ready PCs have fallen dramatically in price in recent years and are selling well, bringing the 'Net' every month to tens of thousands of new users in the UK alone. In addition, many people are gaining Internet access as businesses, schools and other organizations come online. Setting up a computer to get online used to be a fairly complex technical job. This is no longer the case. Though there will be the occasional hitch, getting online with any reasonably new PC and modern software is straightforward. The major problem faced by new users is working out what to do when they get on the 'Net' and this book intends to address that problem. requires no technical or in-depth computer knowledge applicable to almost all computer systems, but with an emphasis on Windows 95/98 fully updated throughout in a second edition

Windows 8 1 Step By Step

Author: Ciprian Rusen
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 073568331X
File Size: 69,91 MB
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The smart way to learn Windows 8.1—one step at a time! Experience learning made easy—and quickly teach yourself how to navigate and use Windows 8.1. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them! Navigate with ease using the new Start screen Search your files, music, and the web—all at once Store, access, and manage data in the cloud with SkyDrive Explore improvements in Internet Explorer 11 Stay in touch using Mail, Calendar, People, and Skype Customize your computing experience with PC settings

Windows 3 1 Programming

Author: William H. Murray
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN:
File Size: 30,63 MB
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With this outstanding guide, you'll begin with basic Windows concepts and write simple applications before learning how to program with icons, menus, and dialog boxes. Both Borland and C++ with Microsoft compilers are discussed and the authors cover more advanced concepts including the use of Windows graphics, equations for mathematical and scientific programming, and class libraries.

Kitchen Gardening Made Easy

Author: George M F. Glenny
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Microsoft Windows 8

Author: Ciprian Adrian Rusen
Editor: Microsoft Press
ISBN: 9780735664029
File Size: 45,74 MB
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A guide to the concepts and features of Windows 8 discusses such topics as the start screen, apps, Internet Explorer 10, SkyDrive, multimedia, networking, and security.

Pc Tools 7 Made Easy

Author: Bryan Pfaffenberger
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN: 9780078817441
File Size: 39,32 MB
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Pfaffenberger provides a fast start with the software by thoroughly describing the most popular features of this DOS shell and desktop utility program for the IBM PC that's known as the "Swiss Army Knife" of utilities. The book is filled with practical examples and step-by-step tutorials.

Word Perfect 9 Made Easy

Author: Alan R. Neibauer
Editor: Computing McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780072124842
File Size: 30,43 MB
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Xtree Made Easy

Author: Mike Callahan
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN:
File Size: 37,47 MB
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This book includes a step-by-step instruction guide as well as a handy reference. Readers will learn everything from basic file management to using XTree on large hard drives and on networks. Packed with examples of useful tips, XTree Made Easy shows how to manage files in the most efficient way possible.

Quarkxpress For Windows Inside Out

Author: Sybil Ihrig
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN:
File Size: 77,64 MB
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Teaches the basic operations and intermediate tasks of the the desktop publishing program in its Windows version, including designing and producing layouts and graphics for newletters, brochures, catalogs, books, and other projects. Original.

User S Guide Microsoft Money Personal Financial Organization Made Easy

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Editor: National Academies
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Math Made Easy

Author: John Kennedy
Editor: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley)
ISBN: 9780789457417
File Size: 76,43 MB
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Specifically designed for fifth grade age children (ages ten-11), this home study workbook, carefully developed by educational advisors, conforms to U.S. educational curricula. Covers the entire range of primary math learning and includes a completion certificate, gold-star stickers, and a progress chart. Full-color illustrations.

Outlook 98 Made Easy

Author: Carole Boggs Matthews
Editor: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
ISBN: 9780078825255
File Size: 78,50 MB
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While delving deeper to show readers the when, why, and how's of the more advanced jobs of Outlook 98, users are shown the best way to accomplish real tasks.