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Updated to cover the new Intel-based Macs, Mac OS X Tiger, and the latest Mac tools and trends, this bestseller includes:
USA Today Personal Technology columnist Edward Baig, a longtime technology writer who appears regularly on TV, radio, and at major industry trade shows, has rewritten this edition from scratch ensuring you get the up-to-date information you need.
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Part I: Freshman Year at Drag-and-Drop Tech.
Chapter 1: Adventuring into the Mac World.
Chapter 2: The Nuts and Bolts of Your Mac.
Chapter 3: Getting to the Core of the Apple.
Chapter 4: Here a Mac, There a Mac, Everywhere a Mac Mac.
Part II: Mac Daily Dealings.
Chapter 5: Making the Mac Your Own.
Chapter 6: Apple’s Feline Fetish.
Chapter 7: Handling All That Busy Work.
Chapter 8: Printing and Faxing.
Part III: Rocketing into Cyberspace.
Chapter 9: Stairway to the Internet.
Chapter 10: Going Postal Over E-Mail.
Chapter 11: Caught Up in the Web.
Chapter 12: Joining MobileMe, the Club That Will Have You for a Member.
Chapter 13: Mounting a Defense Strategy.
Part IV: Getting an iLife.
Chapter 14: Living in an iTunes Nation.
Chapter 15: Taking an iPhoto Close-Up.
Chapter 16: Shooting an iMovie Screen Test.
Chapter 17: The Show Must Go On.
Part V: The Creepy Geeky Section.
Chapter 18: Networking Madness.
Chapter 19: Surviving in a Windows World.
Chapter 20: Handling Trouble in Paradise.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 21: Ten Clever Dashboard Widgets.
Chapter 22: Ten Indispensable Mac Web Sites.
Chapter 23: Ten Things to Leave You With.
Posted May 23, 2009
I would not recommend this dummies book. It is very basic and does not help you truly understand the various nuances of working with an IMAC. It is also very poorly organized.
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Posted April 23, 2012
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