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Mac OS® X LeopardTM Bible

Mac OS® X LeopardTM Bible

Samuel A. Litt, Thomas Clancy Jr., Warren G. Gottlieb, Douglas B. Heyman, Elizabeth Costa-Woods, Seth B. Zuckerman

ISBN: 978-0-470-04174-1

Mar 2008

953 pages

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Description

The beauty of Leopard is that there is so much more than meets the eye, including over 300 new enhancements and its ability to run on both Intel PCs and PowerPC Macs. This comprehensive reference is your best guide on how to tame this powerful new cat. You'll find the latest technologies, new wireless networking, cool Dashboard widgets, a reflective Dock, and more. Discover secret tips and workarounds that even Apple doesn't know about.
About the Authors.

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

Part I: Getting to Know Mac OS X.

Chapter 1: Introduction and Installation of Mac OS X.

Chapter 2: Exploring the GUI and Personalizing your Workspace.

Chapter 3: Searching with Spotlight.

Chapter 4: Transitioning to Intel Architecture and Universal/Binary Apps.

Chapter 5: Working with Applications and Documents.

Chapter 6: Working with Included Applications.

Chapter 7: Working with QuickTime and Included Media Applications.

Part II: At Work with Mac OS X.

Chapter 8: Getting Help.

Chapter 9: Utilizing Services.

Chapter 10: Getting on the Internet.

Chapter 11: Setting Up a Local Network.

Chapter 12: Sharing Files and Network Services.

Chapter 13: Deploying More Network Services.

Chapter 14: Harnessing .Mac.

Chapter 15: Managing Fonts.

Part III: Beyond the Basics of Mac OS X.

Chapter 16: Printing and Faxing.

Chapter 17: Managing System Preferences.

Chapter 18: Managing User Accounts and Privileges.

Chapter 19: Integrating in a Windows World.

Part IV: Making the Most of Mac OS X.

Chapter 20: Enhancing with Utilities.

Chapter 21: Maintaining Mac OS X.

Chapter 22: Automating and AppleScript.

Chapter 23: Commanding Unix.

Chapter 24: Securing Mac OS X.

Glossary.

Index.

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