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Mac OS X Panther Killer Tipsby Scott Kelby
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Nothin' but sidebars! The hottest collection of cool tips and hidden secrets for the pro who needs results FAST! Not another newbie book. OS X Killer Tips speaks directly to the daily Mac user who needs to get the most out of their Mac NOW. Other such books tend toward fluffiness, where Killer Tips is all business.
Time is money and a lot of experienced users find themselves trying to save time by skimming through larger computer books in order to pull out the useful nuggets of info that are often placed within what we call sidebars (i.e. those Note/Tip/Warning boxes). The Killer Tips series was developed by Scott Kelby because he recognized how useful non-beginning technology users find those cool "I didn't know THAT" sidebars that are peppered all over the other computer books out there. This book is all about speed; showing the Mac professional how to get more work done faster, while actually increasing quality.
Book News Annotation:
The editor-in-chief of Mac Design Magazine and author of multiple titles on Macintosh and Photoshop has compiled what would ordinarily be sidebars—for the majority of Mac users who do not read the instruction manual. While focusing on version 10.3 Panther, Kelby also discusses running "classic" Mac OS9 applications.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
A collection of tips and hidden secrets for Mac OS X users who need fast results.
About the Author
Scott Kelby is co-founder and editor-in-chief of Mac Design Magazine, editor of Photoshop User magazine, and president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP). His eight best-selling books include Macintosh: The Naked Truth, The Mac OS X Conversion Kit: 9 to 10 Side by Side, and Mac OS X Killer Tips, Jaguar edition.
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