Teaneck, NJ, April 14, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- April is National Stress Awareness month. During the month of April, health care professionals and experts go around the country discussing stress and how to reduce the amount of stress that many people are under. One thing that many of these professionals discuss is finding the root cause of the stress. They talk about work related stress, but never attribute any of the work related stress to the software that many people are required to know and use on a daily basis. New versions of software come out on a regular basis and many employees are not provided more than a half a days worth of training. If using software is part of what is causing you or your employees stress at work, at home or in school, help is just a few mouse clicks away.
The No Stress Tech Guides are a growing series of software training workbooks that are designed to be used in a classroom setting or as a self-paced learning tool. The workbooks strive to answer the following types of questions:
- Can you only get certain features of a software package to work and not others?
- Have you had a computer "experience" that made you want to throw your computer out the window?
- Do things happen when you are using software that you can't explain?
- Have you wondered if there is a more efficient way to complete a task?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, the workbooks in this series will help you resolve some, if not all of the questions that you have.
Each book in the series is designed for the novice to intermediate user. The books have step-by-step instructions to help you master the software. There are time saving tips, advice, hundreds of illustrations and humor to help you learn the concepts.
The list price of the books is between $40.95 and $49.99, but all orders placed during the month of April 2007 are discounted to $25.00 or $35.00, plus shipping, when purchased at www.lulu.com/tolanapub. Visit them on the web at www.tolana.com for a full description of each book in the No Stress Tech Guide series, which includes books for Windows, Crystal Reports XI, OpenOffice.org Writer and Microsoft Works.