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When someone first gets a PC, they want to do something with it. They've heard all the great things that can be done with a computer, but they have no idea how to get started. They may want to write a letter, send an e-mail message, check out some Web sites, manage their finances, listen to music, or play games. This book identifies 75 tasks that readers would want to do with their computer, and shows them how to "Do It Now." Activities are grouped into categories such as communicating online, managing finances, buying and selling online, working with pictures, creating fun projects, playing and recording music, watching TV and movies, and dealing with problems. When readers have completed the book, they will be surprised how much they can do.
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Fr. Michael Müller C.Ss.R. (1825–1899) was a prolific Catholic writer of the 19th century in the United States.
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