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Beginning Windows 8.1

Beginning Windows 8.1

by Mike Halsey
612 Pages · 2013 · 44.1 MB · 2,154 Downloads · New!
" You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. ” ― Wayne Gretzky
Beginning Windows 8
by Mike Halsey
496 Pages · 2012 · 26.7 MB · 4,674 Downloads · New!
You will learn, with non-technical language used throughout, how to get up and running in the new Windows interface, minimize downtime, maximize productivity, and harness the features you never knew existed to take control of your computer and enjoy the peace of mind and excitement that comes with it.
Big Book of Windows Hacks
by Preston Gralla
652 Pages · 2007 · 73.8 MB · 2,673 Downloads · New!
Bigger, better and broader in scope, the Big Book of Windows Hacks gives you everything you need to get the most out of your Windows Vista or XP system, including its related applications and the hardware it runs on or connects to. This book takes you beyond the operating system with hacks for applications like Internet Explorer 7 and Office 2007, and hardware such as the Zune, your networking gear, and the PC itself.
DevOps on the Microsoft Stack
by Wouter de Kort
288 Pages · 2016 · 22.32 MB · 1,175 Downloads · New!
This book tells you everything you need to know to help your organization implement DevOps on the Microsoft platform. You will learn how to use Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team Services, and Azure to implement a complete DevOps process in your company. You will learn about Agile Project Management, Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, Technical Debt Management, Automatic Testing and Monitoring, and see how all these areas fit together.
Everyday Computing with Windows 8.1
by Kevin Wilson
134 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 4,073 Downloads · New!
Get the most out of Windows 8.1 for your every day computing tasks, with no jargon. Clear, concise and to the point. This brief book, Everyday Computing With Windows 8.1 provides the essentials of using a desktop or laptop running Windows 8 or 8.1, providing a fast read for the beginner and the enthusiast. Windows 8 can give new users fits with options that are well hidden; this book uncovers those so that the user can be relieved of frustration.
Exam 77-420 Microsoft Excel 2013
by Microsoft Official Academic Course
512 Pages · 2013 · 39.47 MB · 2,982 Downloads · New!
This Microsoft Excel 2013, Exam 77-420 book is the only Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) textbook. This series includes a complete classroom instructional program. This Excel 2013 text is mapped to the Excel 2013 certification exam  objectives and is designed to re-enforce workforce skills. With  this book students learn to create and edit professional-looking spreadsheets for a variety of purposes and situations. It also covers such skills as charting, creating analytical, financial reports, data entry, developing budgets, formatting numerical (financial, statistical, etc.) reports, creating forms,  graphing, processing data, reporting, technical support, trending  and much more. The Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) Office series also  offers OfficeGrader. This valuable tool corrects your  students tasked-based assignments. Students work on  real-world problems like the ones they will encounter in the  workforce ensuring they are ready for real professional  challenges. OfficeGrader allows for efficient and  consistent grading saving time for other important teaching  activities. Grading is easier than ever allowing faster assignment  turnaround to students. Excel 2013 certification can help students with classwork and differentiate job hunters in todays competitive job market.  Students who have earned certification can  broaden their employment opportunities in such fields as accounting, office administration, consulting, as executives and managers, help desk personnel, instructors/trainers, program/project managers, and sales careers.
Excel Macros For Dummies, 2nd Edition
by Michael Alexander
274 Pages · 2017 · 4.9 MB · 2,417 Downloads · New!
Save time and be way more productive with Microsoft Excel macros