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Little Imac Book 2ND Editionby Robin Williams
Synopses & Reviews
The Mac community's leading teacher, Robin Williams, is at it again--this time guiding users through the ins and outs of the newest generation of iMacs. Employing the same friendly, comprehensive approach as its best-selling predecessors, The Little iMac Book, Third Edition has been completely revised to cover all of the iMac's new features--and there are plenty!
Once you get over being dazzled by the iMac's dramatic new hardware design and knock-your-socks-off 15-inch flat-panel display, you'll see that there's plenty going on inside the "box" as well, including a radically redesigned operating system (Mac OS X), a DVD player, iPhoto digital photo organizing software, a new e-mail and address book application, and much more. Robin and co-author John Tollett take you through the old and the new, starting with the basics of using the mouse and getting around the desktop, then going on to show you how to take advantage of the iMac's built-in productivity tools, how to connect to and browse the Internet, and more. Let the book that has influenced a generation of Mac users take you and your iMac into the next generation of computing.
Book News Annotation:
A reader-friendly and fun guide to the iMac for new users, covering introductory skills such as booting up and using the mouse as well as more advanced skills like creating a database or spreadsheet, building a Web site, playing a DVD movie, and using AirPort, the newest wireless technology for Internet access. The author has written several books on computing.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Learn the ins and outs of the iMac with this completely updated, bestselling book from Robin Williams. The Little iMac book, 2nd edition, is up-to-date for OS9, and covers all the basics from starting up and shutting down to using the mouse and working with the desktop; plus, it includes new coverage of wireless computing and the new iMac digital video capabilities.
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