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Conner focuses on Google Apps from a user's perspective: how to use Google Docs, Google Calendar, and even developing a web site using Google Apps. For an O'Reilly book, I expected much more about API and much less about FAQ, but perhaps some people will find value in reading this.
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A very thorough look at Google Apps that is still relative in 2011. I did learn some things about how it works that I had not figured out on my own. Does anyone really use Google Talk? Read full review
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Page xxiv - Double-click to open it, too?' Similarly, this kind of arrow shorthand helps to simplify the business of choosing commands in menus, as shown in Figure Ii.
Page xxiii - Throughout this book, and throughout the Missing Manual series, you'll find sentences like this one: "Open the System folder— >Libraries—
Page 26 - Select the heading you want to move, and then click the Move Up or Move Down buttons on the Outlining tab (Figure 8-6).
Page xxiii - The Very Basics You'll find very little jargon or nerd terminology in this book. You will, however, encounter a few terms and concepts that you'll see frequently in your Macintosh life. They include: • Clicking. This book offers three kinds of instructions that require you to use the mouse or trackpad attached to your Mac. To click means to point the arrow cursor at something onscreen and then...