Mac OS X Illustrated Panther Edition: A Design Graphics Field Guide
* Revised and enhanced from the Jaguar edition
* Set up OS X quickly and easily, even if this is your first Mac
* Discover the new Finder and set your Preferences
* Learn to use MacHelp and Sherlock
* Manage type like a pro
* Learn about the new iLife '04 digital hub apps
* Surf the Web with Safari(TM)
* Meet OS X v 10.3 Panther's enhanced user interface
* Find the old features in new places
* Become a power user with Unix commands and AppleScripts
* Find out how to keep your Mac healthy
Table of Contents
1. Where things are.
2. Getting started.
3. Basic system management.
4. Mac OS finder.
5. The digital hub.
OS X anatomy.
6. Quick tour of Mac OS X.
7. Network & Internet.
9. UNIX know-how.
11. Mac housekeeping.
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