The Macintosh Companion: The Basics and Beyond

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Addison-Wesley, 1991 - Computers - 591 pages
Provides the gentle introduction that gets new users up and running quickly and takes them step-by-step through Macintosh essentials. System 7 information makes this perfect for the many low-cost Macintosh users.

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Contents

Basics Windows
1-17
SUMMARY
1-31
The Thinking Machine
1-33
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

SHARON ZARDETTO AKER has been writing about the Macintosh professionally since 1984. She has authored nearly a thousand articles for Macintosh magazines, starting with articles in the earliest issues of "Ma"c"wo""r""ld" and the premiere issue of "MacU""ser," She has written more than 20 computer books, including "The Mac Alm""a""nac," and she was the author and primary editor for several editions of the best-selling Peachpit compendium "The Macintosh Bible,

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