This book lists different ways for making money with computers. Each chapter takes a different idea, such as "becoming a computer consultant", and describes what's necessary to start a business with that idea--by outlining the idea, listing potential customers, analyzes how to market the business, and more.
From reconciling your checkbook to estimating investment interest, personal accounting has never been easier. With Quicken and this handy guide, learn how to easily manage all of your home and small business finances with step-by-step instructions and hands-on activities.
Employing a non-threatening, conversational style, this guide to the programming language for non-programmers covers programming concepts, writing your first program, and programming examples using Visual Basic 3. Original.
PCs are leaving the stores and landing on desktops faster than ever. Unfortunately, while PC technology has improved, the reference material included with most new PCs has not. Now you can throw away that jargon-filled owner's manual and replace it with Illustrated Computer Dictionary For Dummies, 4thEdition. Acclaimed computing authors Dan and Sandra Gookin take readers by the hand and lead them on a journey through their new toy (uh, I mean tool). Illustrated Computer Dictionary For Dummies, 4th Edition covers all the terms new (and old) users want to know about in a humorous and typical Gookin and For Dummies style.
Provides information on using Visual Basic 2005 Express, covering such topics as writing and editing basic code, using the appearance properties, writing event procedures, string manipulation, and connecting to files and databases.