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About the CD
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The companion CD that ships with this book contains many tools and resources to help you get the most out of your Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition book.
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Your Inside Out companion CD includes the following:
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition eBook. This contains the elec-
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tronic version of the book.
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Insider Extras. This section includes sample batch and script files referenced in the
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book.
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Windows XP Downloads. In this section, you ll find a listing of Windows XP down-
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loadable resources, including information on security.
Windows XP Information. This section provides a listing of links that you can consult
for additional information about using Windows XP.
Expert Zone Columns. This section provides a downloadable compilation of Web
articles written by Windows XP expert Ed Bott.
Windows XP Tips Sites. In this section, you ll find links to third-party sites maintained
by Ed Bott and other Windows experts: Bob Cerelli, Chris Pirillo, Doug Knox, Jerry Honeycutt, Jim Boyce, Kelly Theriot, and John PapaJohn Beuchler. The companion CD provides detailed information about the files on this CD, and links to Microsoft and third-party sites on the Internet. Note Please note that the third-party software and links to third-party sites are not under
the control of Microsoft Corporation and Microsoft is therefore not responsible for their content, nor should their inclusion on this CD be construed as an endorsement of the product or the site. Please check third-party Web sites for the latest version of their software.
Software provided on this CD is in English language only and may be incompatible with non-English language operating systems and software.
Using the CD
To use this companion CD, insert it into your CD-ROM drive; a license agreement will be presented. If AutoRun is not enabled on your computer, run StartCD.exe in the root of the CD to display the license agreement.
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About the CD Caution
The electronic version of the book and some of the other documentation included on this CD is provided in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view these files, you will need Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader. For more information about these products or to download Adobe Reader, visit the Adobe Web site at http://www.adobe.com.
System Requirements
Following are the minimum system requirements necessary to run the CD:
Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later 266-MHz or higher Pentium-compatible CPU 64 megabytes (MB) RAM 8x CD-ROM drive or faster 80 MB of free hard disk space (to install eBook files) Microsoft Windows-compatible sound card and speakers Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 or later Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device
Note System requirements might be higher for the add-ins available on the CD. Individual
add-in system requirements are specified on the CD. An Internet connection is necessary to access some of the hyperlinks. Connect time charges might apply.
Support Information
Every effort has been made to ensure that the accuracy of the book and the contents of this companion CD. For feedback on the book content or this companion CD, please contact us by using any of the addresses listed in the We d Like to Hear From You section. Microsoft Press provides corrections for books through the World Wide Web at http://www.microsoft/learning/support/. To connect directly to the Microsoft Press Knowledge Base and enter a query regarding a question or issue that you may have, go to http://www.microsoft.com/learning/support/search.asp. For support information regarding Windows XP, you can connect to Microsoft Technical Support on the Web at http://support.microsoft.com/windowsxp.
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Conventions and Features Used in This Book
This book uses special text and design conventions to make it easier for you to find the information you need.
Text Conventions
Convention
Abbreviated menu commands
Meaning
For your convenience, this book uses abbreviated menu commands. For example, Choose Tools, Track Changes, Highlight Changes means that you should click the Tools menu, point to Track Changes, and select the Highlight Changes command. Boldface type is used to indicate text that you enter or type. The first letters of the names of menus, dialog boxes, dialog box elements, and commands are capitalized. Example: the Save As dialog box. Italicized type is used to indicate new terms. Keyboard shortcuts are indicated by a plus sign (+) separating two key names. For example, Ctrl+Alt+Delete means that you press the Ctrl, Alt, and Delete keys at the same time.
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