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These computer how-to books use illustrations instead of text to walk people though common tasks. They contain less than 5,000 words, about one-tenth as much text as typical how-to computer books. The books were initially developed for students with Dyslexia, reading difficulties and limited English proficiency and are becoming popular with mainstream users. The 22 books cover Windows, Microsoft Office and Web development topics.

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Title Annotation:FOCUS: Presentation Systems, A/V, Multimedia
Author:Ezarik, Melissa
Publication:District Administration
Date:May 1, 2005
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