Tools and Utilities in Free Software (Jess Corrius i Llavina)

 
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Tools and Utilities in Free Software (Jess Corrius i Llavina)

Students will learn about a few of the programs created for end users' desktop environments in this book.

 

These applications allow us to securely browse the Internet (Mozilla), manage our email, collaborate with others, and produce word-processing text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations (Evolution) (OpenOffice.org).

Students will learn how to use these free tools in various settings with the help of this book.

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First edition (February 2010)
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PDF, 365 Pages; 107.4MB

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