LEARNING TO USE WORDSTAR 3.3: AN INTRODUCTION is designed to provide a brief introduction to computer hardware and PC-DOS, and more importantly, provide detailed instruction on how to use WordStar 3.3, a widely used word processing software package.
In this book, WordStar 3.3 is taught using a problem-oriented approach where various problems are presented and then the solutions to the problems are thoroughly explained in a step-by-step manner. Numerous screens illustrate the exact sequence of operations necessary to solve the problems presented. Using this approach, readers can easily visualize what is occurring as the various WordStar 3.3 commands are entered and executed.
An important feature of the book is the numerous assignments at the end of each chapter. Included is a series of problems which the reader is required to analyze and solve using WordStar 3.3. Upon completion of the assignments at the end of each chapter, users will have gained experience in creating and printing a document, modifying a document, and using Block, Find/Replace and other WordStar 3.3 commands.
LEARNING TO USE WORDSTAR 3.3: AN INTRODUCTION is suitable for use in school, in-house training, or self-study. The book should be in the library of every individual interested in application software.