Computing For The Older Generation by Jim Gatenby – Especially written for the over 50s using plain English and avoiding technical jargon. Large clear type for easy reading. Among the many practical and useful ideas for using your PC that are covered in this book are: Choosing, setting up and understanding your computer and its main components. Writing letters, invitations, etc. and other word processing jobs. Keeping track of your finances using a spreadsheet. Recording details of holidays and other ideas using a database. Using the Internet to find useful information, and email to keep in touch with family and friends. Making ‘back-up’ copies of your work and checking for viruses. How to use Windows XP to help people with impaired vision, hearing or mobility. Provides the basic Knowledge so you can gain enough confidence to join the local computer class.