Moving from a PC to a Mac might feel like learning a new language. The desktop and menus look foreign. Shortcut keys don't match up. The way you find and organize files isn't the same. Even the mouse is different.
In Macs Translated for PC Users, Mac expert Dwight Spivey teaches you the Mac equivalents for tasks you know by heart on a PC. In it, you get:
A road map to the Mac keyboard, including Command key uses and keyboard shortcuts, plus advice on using your new mouse.
Tips for finding and managing your files, customizing your desktop, and launching applications.
Guidance on connecting your Mac to a network, setting up a firewall, and sharing your files.
Simple suggestions for getting online and using email.
Easy lessons for importing and working with music, videos, and photos.
Help for hooking up printers, scanners, and other external devices.
Advice on keeping your software up to date and performing routine disk maintenance.
Hundreds of clear photos to familiarize you with Mac windows and dialog boxes.
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|