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#1 TravelingGal

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 10:13 PM

..specifically, not in the general sense :thumbsup:

I'm using a computer mostly for home use. Single station, two users. I'm moving soon, and have had to tweak the other account a bit to maintain security, so I'll post my question(s) in a relevant forum. So far, I've managed to solve a few problems, and have a few more to go.

The fact that I'm currently incapable of completely filling out the system information on my profile page (or, in a couple of cases, not looking it up now) should give you a clue about my level of competency. Seriously, though, I'm a not too bad a study. Would anyone like to reccomend any good intermediate books about WinXP (I'm not ready for VB!)

Thanks for any direction any of you might give in the future.

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Posted 27 November 2007 - 10:53 PM

Hello, TravelingGal.
Welcome to Bleeping Computer.

Sorry, can't recommend any books on XP.
Self taught.

Please take the time, to browse the New User Orientation forum, to help familiarize yourself with how the board works.
If you have any questions about how to use this site, this forum will probably answer them.

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#3 TravelingGal

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Posted 28 November 2007 - 12:05 AM

Thanks. I think I'll be falling into the self-taught category as well. My first contact with a 'puter was an AppleIIC, which dates me a bit. I've checked the orientation and tutorials & didn't find info relevant to what I need to do, so it's time to start asking.

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Posted 28 November 2007 - 07:58 AM

I find that the For Dummies series of books are quite good and have self paced lessons and good examples.

You could probably find one at a local library but I find its best to purchase my own so that I can make notes in it and leave a bookmark in there to indicate where I left off.

They are about $40 and are well worth the money and the time invested to read them.




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