Amiga For Beginners — A Complete Guide to Learning and Applying the Amiga - Christian SpanikAbacus, 1988, Paperback.
Condition: Good. A pleasant enough reading copy. Gently rubbed at the edges of the spine and wrappers. Previous owners' inscription to the reverse of the upper wrapper. Pages lightly age-tanned.
Reprint. From the cover: “The Amiga is a “user-friendly” computer. With its icon-based operating system, the Amiga is ideal for the beginner. But many aspects of the Amiga can be confusing to the first-time computer user. Amiga for Beginners helps you learn the essentials of the Amiga easily and quickly. Amiga for Beginners uses a hands-on approach to teach the first time user every detail, in clear easy to understand terms, so you can get the most from your computer. Amiga for Beginners introduces you to Intuition (the Amiga’s graphic user interface), the mouse, windows, AmigaBASIC and even the CLI (Command Line Interpreter). The clear step-by-step instructions for common Amiga tasks will get you up and running fast. The glossary, “first-aid” appendix, icon appendix and technical appendix are invaluable to the beginner. Amiga for Beginners topics include: Unpacking and connecting your Amiga • starting your Amiga • Windows • Files • Customizing the Workbench • the Extras diskette • AmigaBASIC programming • The mysterious “CLI” • AmigaDOS functions.”
Size: 9½" x 7". In the Data Becker Book series. 177 pages.