Advise the literature to study computer from scratch

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I have a student at the age of 96 years, I'm teaching him to use a computer. The purpose of training is to learn how to print documents in a text editor and use e-mail.

The computer he sees for the first time, but the motivation he has is amazing. During his life he wrote 2 books, a great number of scientific works, and is not going to stop.

I need a book which in simple language (for children?) will be described the General principles of computer operation and General principles in Windows. Unfortunately, I can't give out that information himself due to the partial loss of hearing student, and the books he reads perfectly.

Also, I would be grateful for any hint on the methods of working with the elderly.

Thank you!
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If you have not seen this topic Older it's time to learn, then would recommend to contact Dasha, I think she will not refuse to help, because you have one goal. Maybe get some of the materials, and most importantly learn the subtleties of working with people aged.
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— What's your level?
Well, I'm not a master.. let's start with zero; level zero (one cartoon.)
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In my opinion, in this case, you can use any of knightia for novice users (from the series "For dummies" or "getting started with PC/Windows/Linux) + show (move the mouse, shortcuts, Windows, text editor, browser, hyperlink). Can the video tutorials, for example.
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It is difficult to advise, but I think that will suit a computer science textbook for Junior classes. I went to the store and bought a couple of books for beginners who would advise the seller, a better student, that he himself chose.
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In any case it decides to give a demonstration that as a Yes. If the goal is only learn how to print in Word and send/receive mail, it can be without books to do it.
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View the books from the "Quick start". Example: Komyagin V. B., Kotsyubinsky A. O. "Modern tutorial work on the computer. Quick start", Kotsyubinsky A. O., Groshev S. V. "Modern tutorial work on the Internet. Quick start". Repeatedly given people to study them, sort of successfully.
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Many years ago I started with book A. Levin, "a Tutorial on the computer." But this book has allowed many severe aunts-accountants in old age to start to work on the computer.
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One of the oldest domestic self-help books, constantly updated. In 1st edition, I remember, were learning the tricks of MS-DOS and Win 3.1. In the 10th edition of Vista are already being considered.
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Once such book was Figurnov...
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