The Least You Need to Know about Windows 3.1
by Steve Eckols
About The Book
With just little help, most PC users can start their application programs from Windows 3.1. For PC users who use only one application program like Excel or WordPerfect, that’s enough to get going.To work with confidence, though, and to gain all the benefits of using Windows, you need to know more. For instance, you need to know why control menus appear or your window disappears when you click the mouse in the wrong place. You need to know when and how to use the programs that come with Windows 3.1, like the File Manager, the Control Panel, and the Print Manager. And you may need to know how to run your DOS programs from Windows and how to get them to work right.
Giving you these skills, and the confidence that goes with them, is the job of The Least You Need to Know about Windows 3.1. At the end of 2 hours, you’ll be clicking your way around Windows like a pro, even running more than one program at a time and switching between them quickly. At the end of 3-4 hours, you’ll be able to use the basic features of any Windows application program. And you’ll be able to transfer data easily between programs. At the end of 4-6 hours, you’ll be using the File Manager to handle your files and directories with an ease you never knew before. At that point, you can use the rest of the book to learn new skills in just a few minutes each…or to answer any questions you have, on demand.
So don’t wait any longer to become a whiz at Windows 3.1. Get your copy of the Least/Windows today!
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