Scott Kelby the president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), the trade organization for Adobe Photoshop users. NAPP has more than 40,000 members in 106 countries worldwide. Additionally, Scott is editor-in-chief of both Pho tos hop User, the "how-to magazine for Adobe Photoshop users," and Layers, the “how-to magazine for everything Adobe.” Throughout the year, Scott serves as training director for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour and is the technical chair of the largest Photoshop gathering, Photoshop World Conference & Expo. Scott is one of the leading Photoshop trainers in the country today and trains thousands of Photoshop users across the country each year, and is featured in a series of Photoshop training videos. In addition to the Down & Dirty Tricks and Killer Tips book series, Scott is the bestselling author of the Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers.
Mac OS X Leopard Killer Tips (Killer Tips Series)by Scott Kelby, Dave Gales
Killer Tips books are written with one goal in mind: to allow the reader to work faster and smarter. In other books, you’ll often find that the most useful information is found in sidebars, tips, and notes. In a Killer Tips book, there’s nothing to weed through: it’s all sidebars, tips, and notes! Here, Scott Kelby gives you only the best tips and info on Mac OS X Leopard, covering all of the new features, including Time Machine, the revolutionary and completely unique backup system; Spaces, which allows the user to totally customize different window configurations based on their needs; Spotlight, which now allows the user to search across an entire network (not just the user’s computer); and much more. Scott Kelby’s trademark style—both direct and humorous—is easily accessible to all readers, who will appreciate all the great information here, as well as the book’s clear and focused presentation.
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This is an easy easy to follow tour guide of Mac Leopard. This edition is great because there are great pictures for virtually every point made.