Computer Books Based on Pictures Not Text


There’s some people who can learn how to use a new program with no problem at all. Software vendors give manuals which try to help users learn how to use their programs, but often the books are inefficient.
Visibooks contain only one-tenth the text of other computer books. Pictures, not words, walk you through tasks. Visibooks were originally developed for students with Dyslexia. Now they’re available for everyone.
I had a look at Visibooks Dreamweaver Create a Basic Navigation System guide, it’s full of graphics and bold text, making it EASY for users to learn and quickly get up to speed in how to create a navigation system using Dreamweaver.

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