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Table of Contents
PART I: More on Everyday Stuff.
Chapter 1: A Bit o' the Basics.
Chapter 2: Installing New Software.
Chapter 3: Fiddling with Files: Wallpaper, Icons, Fonts, Sounds, and More.
Chapter 4: Uh, Which Version of Windows Does What?
PART II: Entering the Internet with Windows Me.
Chapter 5: Flipping the Right Switches in Internet Explorer.
Chapter 6: Outlook Express: The E-Mail Lasso.
Chapter 7: Sharing One Modem on Your Home Network.
Chapter 8: Grabbing Web Sites for Offline Reading.
PART III: Getting More Out of Windows Me.
Chapter 9: Stuffing Windows onto a Portable Computer.
Chapter 10: Sound! Movies! TV! Multimedia Stuff!
Chapter 11: Importing Pictures from Cameras and Scanners.
Chapter 12: Making Movies in Windows Movie Maker.
Chapter 13: Wiring Up Windows Me's Home Network.
PART IV: More Advanced Ugly Tasks Explained Carefully.
Chapter 14: Unzipping a File.
Chapter 15: Playing Games over the Internet.
Chapter 16: Are These Files Important?
PART V: More Shortcuts and Tips Galore.
Chapter 17: A Grab Bag of Tricks.
Chapter 18: Speedy Menu Shortcuts.
Chapter 19: General Purpose Tips.
Chapter 20: Fixing It: The Next Step.
Chapter 21: Whoops! Make It Go Back the Other Way!
Chapter 22: But How Do You Do This?
Chapter 23: Windows Easter Eggs.
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