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The world’s top-selling, most-translated and best-loved set of textbooks for the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL). Scroll down to read some reviews from readers.

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“Easy to read, easy to understand and entertainingly written.”

ECDL - Das komplette Kursbuch für Office 2010

Paperback: 1056 pages
Publisher: Markt + Technik Verlag

I particularly liked the Excel spreadsheets chapter. I learnt a tremendous amount...

Even with prior knowledge, this book is interesting and entertainingly written...

This book is really great. Highly recommended...

I find it very good. Everything is explained very simply...

The ECDL Complete Coursebook and How to Pass ECDL series were co-written with Paul Holden and the content team at Rédacteurs.

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“Very useful and a great reference. We‛re really glad we got it!”

ECDL 4: the Complete Coursebook for Office 2003

Paperback: 800 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall

Recommended for my daughter. We’re really glad we got it!...

A great book – very useful and a great reference you can dip into...

Recommended...

A good guide for getting used to Windows 7...

Various editions of the ECDL textbooks were translated into four languages: German, Dutch, Serbo-Croatian and Italian.

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“Clear, easy-to-understand. I would strongly recommend this book. Brilliant!”

ECDL 4: The Complete Coursebook for Microsoft Office XP

Paperback: 840 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall

Clear, easy-to-understand and exhaustive. You can't fail to pass with this book...

Would thoroughly recommend it. The only book that makes sense to me as a complete beginner...

I have recommended it to students. Excellent instructions, brilliant source of information...

An excellent book. Very clear and easy to understand. Highly recommended...

The ECDL textbooks earned multiple five-star reviews on Amazon from students and trainers alike.

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“Holden and Munnelly always cater for the curious learner. Readable in its own right and enlivens the topics.”

How to Pass ECDL 4: Office 2000

Paperback: 564 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall

Clear page layout, uncluttered feel, straightforward approach...

Detailed, logical and useful. Both interesting and practical...

The writer made the exam easy to pass. Gr8!...

Although I am using Windows 2010 it is still a great help...

Separate international editions of the books were developed and published for the North American and Australian markets.

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“Written in a language that everybody can understand. First-class. A godsend.”

ECDL 3.0: Complete Coursebook for Syllabus 3

Paperback: 494 pages
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan

Comprehensive. Clear enough to be used alone. Highly recommended...

Written in a language that everybody can understand...

Well-written, easy-to-follow. A boon to anyone undertaking the ECDL...

Excellent, very user-friendly – easy to follow and digest...

Hamlet: Model Essays for Students

For students and teachers of Shakespeare’s Hamlet: 42 easy-to-read and written-to-inspire 1,500-word sample essays. Hamlet: Model Essays or Students contains three 1,500-word essays on each of the play’s 14 main characters, relationships and themes.

The 42 model essays in the book are intended as building blocks for students to help them organise and structure their personal responses to Hamlet, and as starting points for them to express, in their individual writing styles, their own interpretations of the play.

See the book’s companion website.