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Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 Step-by-step (Step by Step (Microsoft)) Paperback – 1 Apr 1999


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A variety of users can benefit from this books' instruction. 3 Aug. 1999
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Format: Paperback
With no end in sight for the comet-like pace of technological advances, methods of efficiency rush towards extinction faster than a pop star's career. In terms of Internet fluency, this is especially the case. In order to keep up, some need a guided tour down the Superhighway, while others simply need a point in the right direction. Therein lies the beauty of Microsoft Press' "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step."
Equipped with both Internet Explorer 5 installation software and practice files on CD-ROM, "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step" offers instruction to provide the novice through upper-intermediate users with the tools necessary to navigate the Internet's many waterways. For the expert user, it offers eloquent explanations of the newest features of this version of Explorer and customization techniques to promote optimum efficiency and enjoyment. For example, "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step" provides basic and helpful ways to find and manage information on the Internet, but also how to collaborate on the Internet using the NetMeeting function. "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step" is accessible to all, though. Upon entering the book, one is not made to wade through information already attained. Rather, the first section, "Finding Your Best Starting Point," guides you to appropriate sections of the book to further your understanding of Explorer instead of encouraging redundancy.
Edited by ActiveEducation, the format is incredibly user-friendly with well-outlined steps as well as reviews and practice exercises for each task just learned concluding each lesson. Sprinkled with tips along the way, each lesson is presented in a logical order with realistic graphics to simulate what one will encounter when engaging in the particular function(s) of that lesson.
If you are upgrading from Explorer 4, "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step" is the most helpful way to optimize the base of information you already know, then take that knowledge a step further to incorporate the upgraded and new features, making them work for you. There is, however, no reason for intimidation for the novice. If you have never used a browser, "Internet Explorer 5: Step by Step" will guide you from the most basic to the most advanced functions to make your Internet experience a success. -- Ian Hartnett
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IE 5: an overview with practice examples 20 Dec. 1999
By Frank E. Miller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Excellent! Relevant visuals depicting the screens you should see on your computer. I found the sections on newsgroups, and subscribing to them very helpful. The book has a unique spine that allows the book to lay flat without shredding the glue that holds it together. Buy it!
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