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May 29 2007 PC Advice Newsletter


Since it has been awhile since I sent a newsletter, I have listed all the articles that have been posted below for easy access. For the last set of posted articles - I continued defining computer terms, detailed using volume control features and explained the accessibility features in Windows XP.

The next set of articles will be a series on how the personal computer works - working from the inside of the computer out. So dig out your geeky hats and pocket protectors – you are going to need them!

In addition, I have converted the newsletter from plain text to HTML, which provides better layout and formatting options, which makes reading the newsletter (hopefully) easier. Feedback on the new format is welcome!

Newest Posted Articles:

Accessing Accessibility Features in Windows XP
Access and configure the accessibility features of Windows XP. These features allow the interface to be altered for people with disabilities or special needs.

Using Windows XP Volume Control Features
Descriptions and procedures for adjusting the volume for devices and system sounds in Windows XP. The volume control allows the user to modify the volume associated with different aspects of the system.

More Personal Computer Definitions
Part two of the glossary of personal computer definitions explained for beginners.

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Happy Computing!

Allison Nunn
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