6 edition of Internet For Macs¨ For Dummies¨, The found in the catalog.
December 4, 1995 by Hungry Minds Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||316|
If you need to enter PPP settings, click the Advanced button. In addition to the collections here, print disabled people may access a large collection of modern books provided as encrypted DAISY files on OpenLibrary. Publisher Description Take a bite out of all your Mac has to offer with this bestselling guide So, you joined the cool kids club and bought a Mac. There's no need for colour images, and there are plenty of illustrations to ensure you can learn how to unlock the power and apps of your Mac.
After you get them in Mac OS X, you should be surfing the web like an old pro. No worries, Macs For Dummies is here to help! It's all written in a very colloquial style, like the author is actually telling you what to do which he is and this really makes it clear to understand. No problem. Chapter 3: Getting to the Core of the Apple. Intelligent, informative, and witty, The Internet for Physicians, 2nd edition, offers medical professionals essential knowledge to keep their practices progressive, professional, and cutting-edge.
Chapter Taking an iPhoto Close-Up. Set up your Mac and move around the desktop Make FaceTime calls and send emails Store photos and files using iCloud Play videos, music, and games With the help of Macs For Seniors For Dummies, you'll soon discover that you don't have to be a millennial to make a Mac your minion! Lion can get down and dirty in the configuration trenches as well! Chapter Mounting a Defense Strategy. There's no need for colour images, and there are plenty of illustrations to ensure you can learn how to unlock the power and apps of your Mac. What's more, a CD-ROM component brings the reader hypertext links to websites with the click of a mouse.
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Chapter 5: Making the Mac Your Own. Chambers After you sign up for Internet access for your MacBook, your ISP sends you a sheet of paper covered with indecipherable stuff that looks like Egyptian hieroglyphics.
In full color for the first time ever, the latest edition of this long-running bestseller takes the guesswork out of working with your new Mac, providing easy-to-follow, plain-English answers to every possible question in the book!
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An expanded glossary explains Internet-related terms and a detailed bibliography suggests further reading. You're never too old to fall in love--with your Mac You took a while, but you are now the proud owner of your first Mac computer.
Switching from a PC? See our disclaimer Looks at the basics of using a Mac, covering such topics as the desktop, working with files and folders, using Pages, playing movies, organizing photos, playing music, browsing the Internet, and computer security.
Lion can get down and dirty in the configuration trenches as well! What's more, a CD-ROM component brings the reader hypertext links to websites with the click of a mouse.
Part IV: Getting an iLife. From advice on which Mac you should buy to getting started with set up and configurations, this hands-on, accessible guide covers everything needed to help you make the most of your new computer. 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.
Chapter 9: Stairway to the Internet. Picking your Apple -- compare the different desktop and laptop models to choose your perfect match Getting to your Apple's core -- find your way around the Mac interface; understand icons, folders, and windows; and master the mouse controls Here, Kitty -- make friends with Mac OS X no matter which feline it isfiddle with Dashboard widgets, and tame the clutter with Expose and Spaces Get connected -- go online, start Web-browsing with Safari Ruse e-mail and iChat Rand link up to social networking sites Stay in sync -- join MobileMe and take advantage of me.
You'll get the know-how to rocket into cyberspace, browse the Web, send messages, back up files to the Cloud, deal with security issues, get productive with leading Mac apps, and have fun with one-stop shopping for music, movies, and media.
Select Ethernet from the list on the left of the pane to display the settings that you see here. Baig Edward C. Click Done. Chapter Caught Up in the Web. Chapter Shooting an iMovie Screen Test. You took a while, but you are now the proud owner of your first Mac computer.
Click here to apply the specific creative commons license Creative Commons license to communicate how the material can be used. The revised eighth edition covers Basics for beginners Setting up your printer Working with OS X Getting online and using e-mail Creating and saving documents Using iTunes, iPhoto, and iMovie What to do if things go wrong Whether 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.
Shows Mac newbies how to surf safely with Safari, video chat with FaceTime, and connect with friends and family online Covers choosing the Mac that's right for you, setting it up, running programs and managing files, and hooking up a printerFeatures ways to have some fun, too, with digital photos and videos, music, movies, games, apps, and moreIncludes tips on troubleshooting and taking care of your Mac Your Mac can do so much more than you ever imagined and "Macs For Seniors For Dummies" shows you how Specifications.
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And like the Mac itself, this book is easy to use, with plain-English explanations and step-by-step instructions. External modem Internet connection for your MacBook. Follow these steps to set up your Internet connection if you’re using your MacBook’s external USB modem: Click the System Preferences icon in the Dock and choose Network.
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