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iPad for Seniors: Get Started Quickly with the User Friendly iPad (Computer Books for Seniors series) Paperback – January 16, 2012
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About the Author
The Visual Steps Method (or Visual Steps concept) distinguishes itself in a number of ways from traditional instructional methods. Attention is made to the special needs and requirements of the mature individual. Take a closer look at some of the features of the Visual Steps Method.
- Allows you to start right away learning in a friendly, fun, hands-on manner.
- Uses a larger print format that is easier on the eyes.
- Contains easy to understand, visually oriented, step-by-step instructions.
- Has an extensive use of screen shots and illustrations.
- Features practical, useful information, tips and helpful hints.
- Offers special help topics for do-it-yourself error correcting.
- Includes follow-up exercises to reinforce your new skills and increase your confidence.
- Offers an extensive index.
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Top customer reviews
Easy read, encourages you to use the Ipad. My wife does not watch HGTV now, She is engrossed with this new learning tool. You should have this on a table near your easy chair and enjoy your searches.
Was not my first APPLE product
Thought I could figure out everything I needed without instructions
People kept telling me how much they enjoyed their music and photos on their iPAD and I'm thinking WHAT?? How did you do that? So I decided to get this book and now i am a VERY happy camper-- the book gives visual instructions-- step by -step and you really can't screw it up. This book (like the iPhone for Seniors) is a true keeper.
My only complaint is that it was printed before IO7 was released.