iPad for the Older and Wiser, 4th Edition

written by Sean McManus

Get up and running with your iPad or iPad mini

Apple's iPad puts the limitless world of entertainment, communication and everyday functionality in the palms of your hand. iPad for the Older & Wiser quickly teaches you how to make the most of your new gadget with easy-to-follow instructions.

Bonus Content: Glossary

Bonus Content from earlier editions:

Bonus Content: Copying photos from your camera to your iPad

Bonus Content: Buying accessories for your iPad

Bonus Content: Creating playlists using iTunes
 

Windows 8 for the Older and Wiser

written by Adrian Arnold and Richard Millett

A must-read book for seniors who are eager to get started with Windows 8!

Windows 8 will be new territory to many PC users, so this easy-to-read resource is the ideal guide for the senior computer user to follow. Featuring an accessible writing style, a full-colour layout, and a generous amount of screenshots, this new book covers everything from keyboard basics to surfing the Internet.

Errata: Revised end of Chapter 17

 

 

Microsoft Office for the Older and Wiser

written by Sean McManus

Are you new to Microsoft® Office software? Looking for instructions that aren’t full of complicated computing terms? Microsoft® Office for the Older and Wiser can answer all of your queries on using both Office 2010 and Office 2007 with its straightforward advice and easy-to-follow layout.

Completely jargon-free and aimed at those wishing to extend their computing knowledge, Microsoft® Office for the Older and Wiser will have you producing documents in Word, spreadsheets in Excel, slide shows in PowerPoint, scrapbooks in OneNote, and emails in Windows Live Mail in no time.

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Family History for the Older and Wiser

written by Susan Fifer

Using a case study approach, the book takes a single source item - an 1890 marriage certificate purchased at an antiques event - and uses it to highlight the questions you should be asking yourself about your own family documentation and how this can be used as a basis for online research.

 

 

Social Networking for the Older and Wiser

written by Sean McManus

Social networks enable anyone with a computer and Internet connection to stay in touch with friends and family across the globe, and rediscover old acquaintances. Social Networking for the Older and Wiser starts with the basics of social networks, before moving onto intermediate topics, all whilst highlighting ways to protect your privacy and keep your details secure.

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Laptops for the Older and Wiser

written by Bud E. Smith

Laptops are fun and more popular than ever, but they are still computers and come with their own set of issues: easier to steal, more likely to be dropped, often dependent on wireless Internet access, and other concerns. If you're entering the computer world as an older adult—and wondering about laptops—this straightforward, helpful book is for you.

 

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Digital Photography for the Older and Wiser

written by Kim Gilmour

Digital Photography for the Older and Wiser offers clear, jargon-free advice on starting out with a digital camera and then moves on to more advanced topics such as loading your photos onto a computer, editing and printing them.

 

 

Computing with Windows 7 for the Older and Wiser

written by Adrian Arnold

Computing with Windows®7 for the Older & Wiser is a user friendly guide that takes you step-by-step through the basics of using a computer. Written in a jargon-free language, it is aimed at complete beginners using a PC that runs on Microsoft Windows® 7.

 

 

The Internet for the Older and Wiser

written by Adrian Arnold

The Internet is not just for the youthful–it′s for everyone!
From booking vacations to shopping, joining clubs and researching family history, the Internet is where the people over 50 can indulge in their favourite pastimes and stay in touch with friends and family.
The Internet for the Older and Wiser is the ideal solution to get you up and running safely on the World Wide Web..

 

 

Computing for the Older and Wiser

written by Adrian Arnold

Computing for the Older & Wiser is a simple-to-follow user friendly guide aimed at the older generation introducing the basics of mastering a computer. Covering the latest release of Windows Vista Home Premium™ and Windows XP™, this book is designed for people who want straightforward instructions on how to use their home PC.

 

 

 

 

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