Osborne's terrific "For Busy People" series continues with the book designed to make exploring the Net as uncomplicated as possible. Each chapter starts with a "fast forward" section the provides quick reminders and the basics. The strategies and short cuts are genuinely helpful. There are clear definitions of any Net lingo. Colorful graphics and clean layout make using this book a real pleasure. If you want to get on the Net and get going, you can trust this book to provide just what you need, and no more or less.
From Library Journal
These three latest series entries live up to the "for busy people" standards: they are well organized and illustrated and aimed directly at working people who need to get specific jobs done quickly. The task-oriented approach covers topics such as searching, making presentations, sharing information, and finding lost files among many others. These three also happen to cover some of the hottest basic tools right now. These very practical and useful guides belong in most collections.
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