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FrontPage 2000 for Visual Learners

by Chris Charuhas

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Richmond Times Dispatch
"Early on, it's easy to see value. The books include a ton of illustrations accompanied by clear language..."

Detroit Free Press
"Simple to read, and had convenient spiral bindings so they could lie flat on a desk."

Inside Business
"Basically Computer Training for Dummies on steroids."

Detroit Free Press
"Simple to read and had convenient spiral bindings…If you're the type who learns by watching or doing, Visibooks should be right up your alley."

Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Early on, it's easy to see value. The book includes a ton of illustrations accompanied by clear language like, 'You should see a screen that looks like this.'"

Cincinatti Post
"Geared towards beginners, Visibooks guide users through each step of their computer projects."

Inside Business
"Instead of lots and lots of text, Visibooks feature lots and lots of pictures. It's basically Computer Training for Dummies on steroids."

Book Description
Shows how to build first-rate Web sites using Microsoft FrontPage. Over 250 screen shots and diagrams guide beginners step-by-step through common tasks.

Learn how to:

-Set up a Web site -Format pages and text -Create links and insert graphics -Lay out pages with tables and frames -Enable interactivity with forms, style sheets and templates -Upload sites to a Web server.

Spiral-bound to lay flat on a desktop.

From the Publisher
What Readers Say:

"I think they are great. I totally agree with the concept you are working on. Some of us, myself included, work better and understand more quickly what we see than what we read." -Bob Morris, MTDI.com

"I just wanted you to know that I think your visibooks for visual learners is an excellent concept. I am a visual learner and have reviewed your html & dreamweaver visual tutorials. They are excellent." -George May

"As a college instructor, I'd like to thank you for making these electronic books available. Getting student to spend a lot of money on textbooks becomes more challenging every year, but you have given me an option tht I am sure will be appreciated." -Jim Babbage, Centre for Creative Communications

“I have started going through the books (all of them) and they are quite good for beginner level. Looking forward to seeing more of them!" -Pat Stewart, MHRIC.org

About the Author
Chris Charuhas has been building Web sites and training others to do it since 1996. He has taught Web publishing classes nationwide, and developed Web training programs for Johns Hopkins University and the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.



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