Teach Yourself VISUALLY iPad
The iPad is elegantly designed, easy to
use, and amazingly powerful. The iPad is
capable of performing many of the tasks
that you may require from your MacBook,
MacBook Pro, or PC, including surfing the
web, exchanging emails, desktop publishing,
downloading apps, and playing video games.
It is important that you become familiar...
Adobe Premiere Pro Bible The Adobe Premiere Pro Bible is for multimedia producers, Web designers, graphic designers, artists, filmmakers, and camcorder users—anyone interested in using his or her computer to create desktop video productions or to output desktop video to videotape, DVDs, or the Web. As you read through the Adobe Premiere Pro Bible, you’ll soon...
Adobe Scripting: Your Visual Blueprint to Scripting in Photoshop and Illustrator Combining clear, step-by-step screen shots with minimal text, our five Visual series are the ultimate resources for visual learners, who represent up to forty percent of your customers.
Teach Yourself VISUALLY guides help computer users get up to speed on a wide range of office productivity, graphics, and Web design software. Offering...
Mac OS X Bible, Panther Edition
According to popular legend, a Mac is so easy to use that you don’t need to read books about it. Alas, if only that were true. The fact is, to harness all the power of Mac OS X would take a substantial amount of time of exploring and tinkering. The reality is, not everyone has the time, the inclination, or the patience...
MySQL: Your visual blueprint for creating open source databases MySQL, Perl, and PHP software on CD-ROM!
- Also includes Apache and phpMyAdmin, with usage examples for Windows and UNIX
- Plus a fully searchable e-version of the book, and more
Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and...
C#: Your Visual Blueprint for Building .Net Applications (With CD-ROM) Each step in this book is displayed with callouts to help you see exactly where the action takes place on the screen. This book covers over 100 tasks, including using attributes, operators, and classes; documenting code with XML, using arrays, building forms, programming Web services, using Windows designers and macros, troubleshooting, and...
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