Provides information on using AppleScript, the scripting language for Macintosh, to automate a variety of daily computing tasks and workflow processes.
Provides information on setting up and customizing a Mac and using its tools and applications, including iTunes, Mail, Safari, iLife, and iWork.
Provides information for users who are transitioning from Linux to Mac OS, covering such topics as filesystems, dual-booting, Mac tools, system administration, backup, security, and Xcode.
Furnishing a comprehensive technical overview of deploying Mac OS X files and systems, this practical, Apple-certified handbook provides step-by-step, task-based instructions for a variety of real-world applications and serves as a helpful study guide for the Apple Certified System Administrator certification exam.
Exposes undocumented keyboard shortcuts, hidden secrets, and more efficient ways of performing tasks.
Provides information on using Microsoft Office 2008 with a Mac, covering the features and functions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Entourage.
A task-oriented, friendly, hands-on, and practical guide to Mac OS X Snow Leopard. Rather than focus each chapter on a specific program or feature of Mac OS (as most beginner books do), Wallace Wang takes a project-oriented approach that mirrors the sorts of things people want to do with their Mac.
Presents step-by-step instructions on using the applications in Office 2008, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Entourage, Project Gallery, and Messenger, with a Mac.
In-depth guide to all aspects of handling Apple's newest big cat
For readers switching from a Windows PC to a Mac, this incomparable guide delivers what new users need to know to successfully and painlessly move to a new system.