Getting Started in Vista: A Beginner’s Guide to the World’s Best Medical Software
Written by Kathy Ice.
This is the must-have introductory manual you need to get you up and running quickly and easily. In clear, jargon-free language, this friendly guide will walk you through signon, navigation, and basic operation of the Vista medical software.
A must-read for users new to Vista. A very sound introduction to Vista conventions for the user.
—Greg Kreis, Pioneer Data Systems
Getting Started in Vista is intended for new end users of Vista. It provides a basic introduction to Vista’s standard (non-Windows) user interface, and covers such topics as signing on, navigation, getting help, and using the native text editors. It provides a brief introduction to Mailman, but does not introduce any other specific Vista package or application.
If you want to take a look at what’s inside, we’ve provided Chapter 3 as a free download (~1.2 MB PDF).
(Need several copies for your facility? Contact us about a site license!)
Wire-bound softcover, 117 pages
Third edition, published 2011 (1st, 1986; 2nd, 1992)