Macs For Dummies
Buying a Mac neatly eliminates most of the hassle, frustration, and annoyance that normally comes with buying a computer. In addition, the modern Macintosh model has everything you need built in: a modem, a CD-ROM, and a glorious color screen (built into every model except Power Macs). Selling a complete computer in one handy bundle isn’t a new idea – but rarely has it all worked together so smoothly.
If the Mac is so simple, then who needs a book about it? Well, despite all the free goodies you get with the Mac, a manual isn’t among them. You need somewhere to go when things go wrong or when you want to know what the add-on software does. Macs For Dummies, 7th Edition, is the resource to turn to. This information-packed book is for
Macs For Dummies, 7th Edition, is your complete guide to the Mac. Find out how to make movies with iMovie ; build a database with AppleWorks 6; or go wireless with the AirPort Card. Following is a hit list of just some of the things you’ll find in this book:
David Pogue is a Macworld magazine columnist and author of six For Dummies books. His Macs For Dummies, 6th Edition, is the #1 best-selling Mac book in 19 languages.
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Review: Macs for DummiesUser Review - Phil Gladden - Goodreads
This is a very informative and funny book. I read this back in the 7.0 days but Im sure the newer editions are just as good. Read full review
Review: Macs for DummiesUser Review - Frank - Goodreads
Haven't seen more recent editions, but Pogue is a genius at making any complex seem easy. Read full review
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