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Facebook For Dummies

Ready to get active on Facebook but no clue where to start? This bestselling guide gets you started!

So you’ve finally decided to join the “social network.” Maybe you’ve got a Facebook account, but want help navigating the site. This handy guide tells you how to get started, set up your Profile, find friends, protect your privacy, and much more.Discover how Facebook helps you make new connections and keep up with old friends.

Get the basics right — learn how to set up and maintain your Facebook profile and contacts and set privacy controls
Reach out — find friends and enlarge your circle, use the Wall, share photos, and use tags
Manage your Smart Lists — fine-tune the friend lists that Facebook makes for you

Show off your smiling face — share your photos and videos with your Facebook friends
Manage your profile — choose what you want to share and find out how to make changes to your information
Keep in touch — contact your friends using private or public messages
Open the book and find:

Tips for choosing your Facebook friends

Steps for finding and connecting with friends on Facebook
How to tell your story in Timeline
Privacy controls and how to set them
Advice for parents of teens on Facebook

Ways to share photos and videos with Facebook friends
Learn to:

Create your profile and find new and old friends

Navigate through Facebook’s news feed and other site features

Set your security so only certain people see your profile and posts

Upload high-definition photos and tag your friends

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