ÐÑÐÑÐÑÐÐ, 18-ÑÑÑ-2005 15:17, Christopher Bahn ÐÐ ÐÐÐÐÑÐÐÐ:
> I am very new to quanta and I`m looking for a documentation or a book
> which I can download or buy and read at home, but I didn`t find anything.
> Any ideas?
> Thank you very much!
> Kind regards,
> Dipl.-Vw. Christopher Bahn, M.A.
> Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fÃr Sozialforschung gGmbH
> Abteilung "Internationalisierung und Organisation"
> Reichpietschufer 50
> D-10785 Berlin
> Tel.: 030-25491133
> Fax: 030-25491118
> e-mail: bahn@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> web: http://www.wz-berlin.de/ow/into
It always seemed to me that Quanta+ is pretty easy.
Actually, it took 10 or 15 minutes to get started first time I launched this
Hey, Chris, common, it's pretty user-friendly take a look around it, play with
options and dialogs. Once you get how it organized and works, you'll never
want to quit it :)
PS: I just never thought that such app as Quanta+ would need a book...
Perhaps in 10 years of constant development :)
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