Macbook All-In-One for Dummies®
Making Everything Easier!
MacBook® All-in-one for Dummies
9 books in 1
Say Hello to Your MacBook
Using Mac OS® X
Customizing and Sharing
Going Mobile With iLife®
iWork® For the Road Warrior
Typical Internet Stuff
Networking in Mac OS® X
Expanding Your System
Advanced Mac OS® X
Mark L. Chambers
With a MacBook, you can work and play anywhere this book shows you how!
Don't want to be tied to your desk? Of course not! Freedom is found in a MacBook, and this book tells you everything you need to know to make the most of all its goodies. Learn the basics about using and maintaining your MacBook, work with Mac OS X, use the iWork productivity suite, enjoy the iLife, and cruise the Web from anywhere.
Get started choose the MacBook that suits your needs, set it up, customize your preferences, and organize files and folders
The big cat learn your way around Snow Leopard, get to know the Dock, find things with Spotlight, and back up your system with Time Machine®
The digital life explore iLife, where photos, movies, music, and your very own Web site all hang out
If you must work do it the Mac way with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, the iWork productivity applications
E-mail and Internet browse with Safari®, store your stuff on iDisk, use Apple Mail, and iChat® with friends
Network with me set up a network, go wireless, and use AirPort Extreme®
If you want more see how to add memory and connect hard drives and printers using USB and FireWire
Under the hood explore custom scripts and tweaks to get more from your MacBook
Open the book and find:
How to set up and personalize your MacBook for the way you work
Advice on navigating your way around Mac OS X
Steps for setting up a wireless network
How to use iPhoto®, iMovie®, iDVD®, GarageBand®, iTunes®, and iWeb
Tips for controlling your MacBook with your voice
Important security advice
How to work with iWork®
Troubleshooting solutions for your MacBook
Table of Contents
Book I: Say Hello to Your MacBook.
Chapter 1: Exploring MacBook Basics.
Chapter 2: MacBook Models Compared.
Chapter 3: Setting Up and Taking Care of Your MacBook.
Chapter 4: Extra Stuff You’ll Likely Want.
Book II: Using Mac OS X with Your MacBook.
Chapter 1: Shaking Hands with Mac OS X.
Chapter 2: Navigating and Running Programs.
Chapter 3: Basic OS X Housekeeping.
Chapter 4: Searching Everything with Spotlight.
Chapter 5: Fun with Photo Booth and Front Row.
Chapter 6: Keeping Track with the Address Book.
Chapter 7: The Joys of Maintenance.
Chapter 8: Getting Help for the Big X.
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting the X.
Book III: MacBook Customizing and Sharing.
Chapter 1: Building the Finder of Your Dreams.
Chapter 2: Giving Your Desktop the Personal Touch.
Chapter 3: Delving under the Hood with System Preferences.
Chapter 4: You Mean Others Can Use My MacBook, Too?
Chapter 5: Setting Up Multiuser Accounts.
Chapter 6: Sharing Documents for Fun and Profit.
Chapter 7: Common-Sense Laptop Security.
Book IV: Going Mobile with iLife.
Chapter 1: The World According to Apple.
Chapter 2: Jamming with iTunes and iPod.
Chapter 3: Focusing on iPhoto.
Chapter 4: Making Magic with iMovie.
Chapter 5: Burn Those DVDs! Using iDVD.
Chapter 6: Becoming a Superstar with GarageBand.
Chapter 7: Crafting a Web Site with iWeb.
Chapter 8: No, It’s Not Called iQuickTime.
Chapter 9: Turning Your MacBook into a DVD Theater.
Book V: iWork for the Road Warrior.
Chapter 1: Desktop Publishing with Pages.
Chapter 2: Creating Spreadsheets with Numbers.
Chapter 3: Building Presentations with Keynote.
Book VI: The Typical Internet Stuff.
Chapter 1: Getting on the Internet.
Chapter 2: Using Apple Mail.
Chapter 3: Staying in Touch with iChat.
Chapter 4: Expanding Your Horizons with iDisk.
Chapter 5: Surfi ng with Safari.
Chapter 6: Staying Secure Online.
Book VII: Networking in Mac OS X.
Chapter 1: Setting Up a Small Network.
Chapter 2: Using Your Network.
Chapter 3: Going Wireless.
Chapter 4: Sharing That Precious Internet Thing.
Book VIII: Expanding Your System.
Chapter 1: Hardware That Will Make You Giddy.
Chapter 2: Add RAM, Hard Drive Space, and Stir.
Chapter 3: Port-o-Rama: Using USB and FireWire.
Chapter 4: I’m Okay, You’re a Printer.
Chapter 5: Applications That You’ve (Probably) Gotta Have.
Chapter 6: Putting Bluetooth to Work.
Book IX: Advanced Mac OS X.
Chapter 1: Using UNIX on Your MacBook.
Chapter 2: AppleScript Just Plain Rocks.
Chapter 3: Writing and Conversing with Your MacBook.
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