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How to Do Everything with Your Tablet PC (How to Do Everything)
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Explore the capabilities and benefits of your Tablet PC hardware and software with help from this easy-to-understand guide. Get a thorough run-through of your new device, as well as the Windows XP Tablet PC Edition operating system that runs on it. Once you've become familiar with the hardware and software features, follow helpful chapters that reveal step-by-step how to configure your device, connect with the Internet, run on a network, and even go wireless. You'll put your Tablet PC to work using accessories, running multimedia applications, playing games, writing with Ink, and much more. Plus--get plenty of troubleshooting techniques and advice.
Featuring the convenience of a handheld and the power of a desktop, readers can learn to use the new Tablet PCs, including Windows XP, Ink, voice recognition, and other new programs designed for Tablet PC.
Get small with your new Tablet PC. Electronics expert Bill Mann provides details on getting the most from the latest advancement in portable computing, plus shows you how to connect with, and use, peripherals such as printers, fax machines, cameras, and scanners.
The convenience of a handheld and the power of a desktop! Learn to use new Tablet PCs, including Windows XP for Tablet PC, Ink, voice recognition and other new programs designed for Tablet PC.
Table of Contents
Part I: Get Acquainted with Your Tablet PC
2: Explore Your Tablet PC
3: Configure the Tablet PC for Your Needs
5: Manage Your Tablet PC Hardware
7: Set Up an Internet Connection for Your Tablet PC
9: Go Wireless
10: Understand Handwritten Input on the Tablet PC
12: Get the Most from Those Multimedia Applications
14: Extend Office XP with the Tablet Pack
Part IV: Fix What Ails Your Tablet PC
17: Back Up Your Tablet PC