Released on 2020-02-08Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to iWorkFor Mac

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to iWorkFor Mac

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 278

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Microsoft Office used to rule them all. It didn’t matter what computer or operating system you had—if you needed to type something, you used Office. Times have changed! Today there are many Office Suites out there. If you have a Mac, then the best one for you just might be iWork. If you really want to get the most out of it, then this guide will help. It will show you the ropes—including how to do all those things you are used to doing in Office - and help you with some of the features you may not even know about. Ready to get started? Let’s go!
Released on 2019-10-16Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to MacOS Catalina

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to MacOS Catalina

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 216

View: 149

Note: This is the Color Edition of "MacOS Catalina: Getting Started with MacOS 10.15 For MacBooks and iMacs" If you have purchased the notebook or computer or are just curious about seeing more about what MacOS can do for you, then you'll see it in this book. This book is intended for people who want to get started quickly). For that reason, it's not as comprehensive as other guides. If you want to know about some feature buried deep under the hood that you'll never use, then there are other books for you--I'm sure they'll make good doorstops when you finish. If you just want a simple guide that tells you what you need to know, so you can use your computer already, then this book is for you. It will also cover how to successfully make the transition from Mac to Windows. Each chapter starts with bullet points on what will be covered, so if it's something you already know, you can skip right ahead; if you only need to know how to use new features, the book is also formatted in a way that these stand out. Are you ready to start enjoying the new MacOS? Then let's get started!
Released on 2019-08-22Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Analytics

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Analytics

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 36

View: 950

If you have a website, then you have probably already heard all about rate, exit rate, organic search traffic, and more. They’re nice words, but how do you use them to understand your visitors and get more? Google Analytics is a powerful resource that can tell you the smallest details about your visitor traffic, but if you are asking yourself what it means or why it even matters, then you’re like most businesses. Analytics is so data heavy that you can be easily overwhelmed and lost. If you are new to Analytics, or even have used it a few times, then this guide will help you understand what’s in front of your eyes. It won’t get into the weeds with professional tips better suited for professional marketers. It also won’t go into detail about advanced Analytics elements—the keyword here is Basics! The goal is to get you started quickly. Ready to get started? Let’s go!
Released on 2019-09-01Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Using Google for Business

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Using Google for Business

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 180

View: 202

Google has changed the way businesses do work. If you are considering switching to using Google Apps and Chromebooks at your office, then this book will be your crash course! It covers how Chromebook work, getting started with Google Analytics, and the most popular Google Apps (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) This book is not endorsed by Alphabet, Inc. and should be considered unofficial.
Released on 2019-08-13Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Chromebook

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Chromebook

Author: Phil Sharp

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 126

View: 221

If you've used any computer, then a Chromebook will be easy enough to use as soon as you open it up for the first time. If you really want to take advantage of all the features and be as productive as possible, then this guide will help. Let's get started!
Released on 2020-09-13Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to the Samsung Galaxy S20

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to the Samsung Galaxy S20

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 208

View: 718

★★★ Unlock all the features of your Galaxy phone ★★★ When it comes to popular phones, most people think about iPhone; that’s a shame because while Apple may dominate the headlines, when it comes to number of phones sold and technology innovation, Samsung frequently has them beat. If you are making the switch from iPhone to Samsung or are upgrading from another Android or Samsung phone, then this guide will walk you through the basics of the OS. You’ll learn about: Setting up your phone Making calls Installing apps Using the camera Surfing the Internet Changing system settings And much more! NOTE: This guide is not endorsed by Samsung and should be considered unofficial.
Released on 2020-11-01Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 165

View: 715

★★★ Unlock all the features of your Galaxy phone ★★★ Let’s face the facts: when it comes to tablets, most people think about iPad; that’s a shame because while Apple may dominate the headlines, when it comes to number of tablets sold and technology innovation, Samsung frequently has them beat. If you are making the switch from iPad to Samsung or are upgrading from another Android or Samsung tablet, then this guide will walk you through the basics of the operating system. It’s going to cover only what most people want to know—so if you are looking for something highly technical that teaches you how to set up private virtual networks, then keep looking. But if you want something that teaches you all kinds of cool tricks and helps you get started, then this book is for you. You’ll learn about: Setting up your tablet Installing apps and widgets Connecting to Wi-Fi Changing themes and wallpaper Using Gestures Using the camera Surfing the Internet Changing system settings Using Samsung Kids mode And much more! Note: This book is not endorsed by Samsung and should be considered unofficial.
Released on 2019-08-20Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Docs

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Docs

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 43

View: 131

There’s a real good chance that you grew up in a Microsoft Word world. The first document you created were from the Office Suite. But if you are reading this, then you are ready to make the leap to cloud-based (and free) word processing with Google Docs. If you are thinking about making the switch to Google, or have already made the switch but want to make sure you are using it correctly, then this guide will walk you through it. It will show you all the basic features to make sure you can get up and running as quickly as possible. Let’s get started! Note: This book is the Google Docs portion of the larger work: The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Apps (G Suite). This book is not endorsed by Alphabet, Inc.
Released on 2019-09-11Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Apps (G Suite)

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Google Apps (G Suite)

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 236

View: 787

Chances are you grew up a Word and Office user. Maybe you were a rebel and committed your herd to OpenOffice, or, dare I say, WordPerfect—but for the majority of people, our lives were loyal to Microsoft. In 2005, a small little startup named Upstartle developed something unheard of at the time: a web-based word processor called Writely. It pioneered the idea of writing on the “cloud” and changed the way people thought about word processing. Google noticed the little upstart, and in 2006, they acquired the company. The software was abandoned and turned into what everyone knows today as Google Docs. It disrupted the industry—namely, Microsoft’s industry. Today, Google has a whole suite of productivity apps; from documents to spreadsheets, you can do just about anything from the cloud. Microsoft and Apple have each made big attempts to create cloud-based environments of their own for office productivity, but Google pioneered the idea and its collaborative, online environment make it hard to beat. It’s become so feature-rich that many businesses are finding it to be the preferred way to conduct business. If you are thinking about making the switch to Google, or have already made the switch but want to make sure you are using it correctly, then this guide will walk you through it. It will show you all the basic features to make sure you can get up and running as quickly as possible. It covers Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, and Google Forms. Let’s get started!
Released on 2020-11-09Categories Computers

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Pixel 5 (and Other Devices Running Android 11)

The Ridiculously Simple Guide to Pixel 5 (and Other Devices Running Android 11)

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 151

View: 591

★★★ Understand the Pixel 5 ★★★ Where other smartphone makers kind of go overboard, offering several different models, Google has tried a more minimal approach with the 2020 Pixel phone. There’s no XL and Mini and lite…there’s just one: The Pixel 5. And it’s surprisingly affordable—even cheaper than the previous model. Whether you are switching from an iPhone or another Android device, this book is for you. It will break down everything you need to know about the device and keep it ridiculously simple! In this book, you’ll learn about: Setting up your phone Making calls Installing apps Using the camera Surfing the Internet Changing system settings And much more! Ready to learn more? Let’s get started!
Released on 2020-01-20Categories

Pages For Seniors

Pages For Seniors

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher:

ISBN: 1629176249

Category:

Page: 128

View: 965

Instead of spending hundreds of pages on functions you probably will never use, this book shows you what you really want to know: the basics.
Released on 2020-02-07Categories Computers

iWork For Seniors

iWork For Seniors

Author: Scott La Counte

Publisher: Ridiculously Simple Books

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 222

View: 556

iWork is powerful software, and if you get a Mac, it’s free. But let’s face it: you’ve probably spent most of your life using Office. For a Mac user, iWork can make your documents really shine…but first, you need to know how to use it. This guide will help! Instead of spending hundreds of pages on functions you probably will never use, it shows you what you really want to know: the basics. In no time, you’ll be creating visually stunning documents! It covers Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. Ready to get started? Let’s go! Note: This guide is based on the bestselling series The Ridiculously Simple Guide To iWork For Mac. It has an added section on accessibility.