Basic Computing with Windows XP: Learning Made Simple



Published: 2006-10-09 | ISBN: 0750681845 | PDF | 128 pages | 6 MB


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*Learning Made Simple, a colourful approach to support self-study and training courses alike
*Written by experienced trainers for inexperienced learners to succeed, matched to main qualifications

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