Thursday, November 20, 2008

A Simple Secret to Improving Your Computer Skills...

A Simple Secret of Improving Your Computer Skills or
"If You Dig Yourself a Hole, Bring a Ladder"

Dear Charles,

Once upon a time, many years ago, I didn't know a thing about computers.

Yes, it's true; I wasn't born with some built-in ability to use computers. I started off as a complete novice, and had to learn as I went along.

In this issue I'm going to explain something that I was very lucky to figure out on my own, way back when, that helped blast my computer skills into the stratosphere...

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