Woody Leonhard’s tree-hugging tendencies date back to his years in the
Boy Scouts, where he specialized in whittling divining rods, analyzing pterodactyl
droppings, and stammering at Girl Scouts. He’s written a whole lotta
books, starting with Windows 3.1 Programming For Mere Mortals, back in 1992.
Somewhat more recently, he’s created many For Dummies books, in multiple
editions, covering myriad aspects of Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP, and
Offi ce. Woody’s a Contributing Editor for Windows Secrets Newsletter
(windowssecrets.com), and he runs his own blog at AskWoody.