Tools and Utilities in Free Software
by Jesus Corrius i Llavina
Publisher: FTA 2010
Number of pages: 365
This book will introduce learners to some of the programs designed for the desktop environments of end users. These programs allow users to browse the Internet securely, manage e-mail and work in groups and create word-processor text documents, spreadsheets and presentations. With this book, students will learn how to work with these free tools in different environments.
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