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About the Authors

Robert Cowart(lead author) has written more than 30 books on computer programming and applications, with more than a dozen on Windows. His titles include Windows NT Unleashed, Mastering Windows 98, Windows NT Server Administrator's Bible, and Windows NT Server 4.0 No Experience Required. Several of his books have been bestsellers in their category and have been translated into more than 20 languages. He has written on myriad computer-related topics for such magazines as PC Week, PC World, PC Magazine, PC Tech Journal, Mac World, and Microsoft System's Journal. In addition to working as a freelance consultant specializing in small businesses, he has taught programming classes at the University of California Extension in San Francisco. He has appeared as a special guest on the PBS TV series Computer Chronicles, CNN's Headline News, ZD-TV's The Screen Savers, and ABC's Peter Jennings World News Tonight. Robert resides in Berkeley, California.

In his spare time, he is involved in the music world, presenting chamber-music concerts and playing classical piano. He's also a teacher of the Transcendental Meditation technique and meditates regularly, in hopes of rewiring his inner computer.

Brian Knittel has been a software developer for more than 20 years. After doing graduate work in nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging technologies, he began a career as an independent consultant. An eclectic mix of clients has led to long-term projects in medical documentation, workflow management, real-time industrial system control, and most importantly, 12 years of real-world experience with MS-DOS, Windows, and computer networking in the business world. He contributed to several of Robert Cowart's other Windows books prior to this one. Brian lives in Albany, California, between the tidal wave zone and the earthquake fault.

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