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Want to know more about Facebook and Twitter? How about how to sell your unused items on eBay? Want to create your own letterhead or put together a baby book? With How to Do (Just About) Anything on a Computer, you'll be able to do all those things and more.

Organized in four sections, the book takes you from your initial computer set-up to creating your own iTunes account
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Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 18th 2011 by Readers Digest
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The company was founded by DeWitt and Lila Wallace in 1922 with the first publication of Reader's Digest magazine, but
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