Ask Mr. Technology, Get Answers

Ask Mr. Technology, Get Answers

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Get the answers you need from Mr. Technology! Technology guru Joe Huber answers readers' questions with simple, easy-to-follow directions. Use this book to learn to trouble-shoot your own technology issues in the library media center. Save time and trouble with this handy technology reference! This hands-on resource is a compilation of the best tips and tricks from the "Ask Mr. Technology" column in Library Media Connection (LMC) magazine. Technology columnist Joe Huber explains answers to Windows and Office questions in plain, non-technical English that all school library media specialists will find useful. This book is organized and indexed in a way that makes it a valuable tool both to be read cover-to-cover or used as a desktop reference for the busy more

Product details

  • Paperback | 85 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 5mm | 136g
  • Linworth Publishing
  • United States
  • English
  • New
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1586832891
  • 9781586832896

Review quote

"Huber and Weiser have put together the best advice from columns published in Library Media Connection magazine. This useful guide to ideas, shortcuts, and solutions to all types of hardware- and software-related issues addresses common questions regarding many applications including Microsoft Word, FrontPage, Windows, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe Acrobat, Accelerated Reader, A+ Learning Systems, and Student Information Systems. The text is packed with hand tips. ... This compact and informative text, filled with practical advice, is a must-have for all schools and a useful purchase for public lirbaries." - School Library Journalshow more

About Joe Huber

Joe Huber is director of information systems at Greenwood Community School Corporation. Christine Weiser has been reporting on the education industry for over fifteen more