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iPad 2 Made Simple

iPad 2 Made Simple

Apress. 2011

The iPad 2 is thinner, more powerful, intuitive and very fun for users of all ages. Your iPad can be used for reading, surfing the web, emailing, watching TV and movies, getting work done and much more. And with over 65,000 apps just for the iPad, as well as the ability to run over 30,000 iPhone apps, the possibilities are endless. iPad 2 Made Simple clarifies all of the key features on the iPad, introduces what’s new, and also reveals dozens of time-saving shortcuts and techniques. The book...

BlackBerry Bold Made Simple

BlackBerry Bold Made Simple

Apress. 2011

You’ve chosen well—with elegant design, a high-res display, and a speedy processor, the Bold is a top-notch device. Now learn how to take advantage of all the features with this easy-to-read guide from two of the best BlackBerry trainers in the business. BlackBerry Bold Made Simple teaches you how to get the most out of your BlackBerry Bold. You’ll explore all the features and uncover time-saving techniques—from emailing and scheduling to video recording and expanding memory—all through...

Windows XP Home Edition

Windows XP Home Edition

McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 2021

Discusses how to install, run, and configure Windows XP for the home, explaining how to connect to the Internet, set up a LAN, manage files and folders, use Windows Media Player, and create slideshows.

iPod touch Made Simple

iPod touch Made Simple

Apress. 2011

The iPod touch is much more than just music. You have all of the features of a PDA—including email, calendar, Google Maps, the App Store, and even phone capabilities—as well as the ability to watch movies and play your favorite games, all packed into Apple's sleek design. With iPod touch Made Simple, you'll learn how to take advantage of all these features and more. Packed with over 1,000 visuals and screenshots, this book will help you master the all of the functions of the iPod touch and...

Annual Report of the Court of Claims of the State of New York

Annual Report of the Court of Claims of the State of New York