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The more time you save working with Mac OS X Tiger, the more time you’ll have to enjoy its pleasures and explore its nooks and crannies. (Or listen to your iPod. Or maybe even hang with other human beings.) Hence, this book: Mac OS X Tiger Timesaving Techniques for Dummies.
Here are faster ways to start your Mac, launch apps, open files, fill web forms, search Google. Here’s how to create a PDF and email it in a single step. Here’s a free tool for opening Word documents in any text editor. Here are keyboard shortcuts that can help you navigate just about anything faster, from folders to the Internet. (Maybe you knew Ctrl+Z works as “Undo” in applications, but did you know it works in the Finder, too?)
From Bonjour to iChat to Spotlight, this book’s tips will make your Mac experience even smoother, quicker, friendlier than it is already. Bill Camarda, from the August 2005 Read Only