Mac OS X includes dozens of new or improved features to make using your Mac easier, as well as dozens more that help you do more work in less time. Now you can use these new features to be more productive, have fewer headaches, reduce your cholesterol level, and fall in love with your Mac all over again. With Mac OS X For Dummies, you'll be managing files, storing documents, launching programs, adjusting the way the machine works, and much more in the short time it takes to move through the smoothest reference guide you'll ever meet (and re-greet every time you need a trusted resource for fast, friendly answers). In this updated volume, you'll find out what make your Mac a Mac, in addition to discovering The new-fangled Finder window The big deal on the Dock Icon info galore A sea of menus and shortcuts Straight talk on folder navigation Navigating the depths of Mac OS X safely and sanely is a breeze with the coverage in this must-have companion to your Apple product. Written by renowned Mac expert and best-selling author Bob LeVitus, Mac OS X For Dummies takes you from basic training to advanced maneuvers, including Customizing Finder Windows with Views Mastering the Save Sheet and the Open Dialog Box Haggling with Removable Media Applying yourself to the Applications Folder Backing up by using commercial software Troubleshooting operating system annoyances Tuning into cool programs and preferences that you may use every day Whether youare brand-spanking new to the Mac or a grizzled old Mac-vet, Mac OS X For Dummies proves that exploring the ins and outs of Mac OS X can be fun, easy, and totally habit-forming.The Address Book appears. The first time that you open Address Book, you see an empty address book. 2. To create a ... And, in fact, this shortcut works in almost all Mac programs that have fields like these. Furthermore, you can move to theanbsp;...
|Title||:||MacOS X For Dummies|
|Author||:||Bob LeVitus, Shelly Brisbin|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 2001-05-15|