Macs For Dummies
The Mac is famous for its user-friendliness. Maybe that’s why you bought one in the first place. But to make the most of all its marvelous capabilities, you’ll be glad to have an equally friendly resource to help you use it.Written by the renowned New York Times technology columnist David Pogue, Macs For Dummies has long been the bestselling Mac book because it provides just what you need to know to get the best performance from your Mac. And like the Mac itself, this book is easy to use, with plain-English explanations and step-by-step instructions. The revised eighth edition coversBasics for beginnersSetting up your printerWorking with OS XGetting online and using e-mailCreating and saving documentsUsing iTunes, iPhoto, and iMovieWhat to do if things go wrongWhether this is your first computer or you’ve just upgraded to OS X, you’ll find help when you need it in this handy guide. You’ll discover how toSet up your Mac, connect printers and other devices, and navigate the desktop and DockEstablish an account with an Internet service provider, set up e-mail, and start surfing the WebUse all the basic software programs and work with filesEdit home movies with iMovie, download music and use iTunes, burn CDs and DVDs, and edit images with iPhotoShare your Mac or set up a home networkPerform basic Mac maintenance, find and fix problems, upgrade your Mac, and moreWith Macs For Dummies, 8th Edition by your side, you’ll be prepared to take advantage of every exciting feature that Mac and OS X have to offer. Before you know it, you’ll be living the digital lifestyle, cruising the Internet like a pro, printing documents and photos—and even getting some work done!
- Electronic book text | 404 pages
- 10 May 2004
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- New York, United States
- 8th Revised edition
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