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Interview on March 25, 2006
Windows XP Timesaving Techniques-Dummies     Guest: Woody Leonhard
Founded in 1807, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., NYSE: JWa) (NYSE: JWb), provides must-have content to customers worldwide.

Woody Leonhard, well respected Windows gurus and author of "Windows XP Timesaving Techniques for Dummies", talks about the tips and tricks that are featured in his new book, written in plain English. Some of the topics included in this book include streamlining maintenance, managing passwords more effectively, and setting security to prevent virus problems.
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