Many of my clients are technophobes. They use their computers for a few things and are averse or intimidated to tackle the unfamiliar. Doing various tasks for them, or teaching them how to do it themselves, are services I provide.
I’m sharing this article (wishing I’d written it myself) because I wholeheartedly agree with this approach for learning new software, though admit that I also read manuals. (I should, after 25 years or so of writing and editing technical documentation.)
Judy Wolff is a writer, editor, and computer geek.