Top Ten Mac Tips Leave this largely alone Chapter 1) Geting started with your new Mac Add new ability to open all windows associated with an app by click-holding an Application in the Dock Mention the new sorting features when you search with spotlight Working with scrollable stacks Chapter 2) Files & Folders Mention the new "put back" feature that allows users to restore items to folders Mention removable sidebar headers and adding items to the sidebar Mention upgraded Quick Look features Chapter 3) Email Rewrite and take new screenshots based on new upgrades for Mail Talk about new notes and todo features New data detectors in mail Reorder sidebar items in mail to keep better organized Chapter 4) Web New screenshots throughout for Safari Chapter 5) Contacts & Events New ways to integrate with Gmail and Yahoo calendars! Better ways to synchronize calendars with mobile devices Chapter 6) Photos Mostly new screenshots for the latest upgrade to iPhoto Just about every item will have to be rewritten as there are lots of differences in the new iPhoto Chapter 7) Music New screenshots for the new version of iTunes Chapter 8) Movies New screenshots for new iMovie Chapter 9) Building Websites New screenshots for new iWeb Chapter 10) Customizing your Mac There are some new options for screen saver options, language preferences, better web filters, & parental controls that each deserve a little section NEW CHAPTER: iChat There's a lot of new stuff in the new iChat that might merit an extra chapter * Starting iChat * Setting up an account * Start an iChat session * Audio only session * Video & Audio * Text chatting * Sending files to other participants * Using Quick Look to preview a file sent to you * Setting up a videoconference * Saving chat transcripts * Showing past chat transcripts * Setting up date/time stamps for transcripts * Search for friends NEW CHAPTER: Preview The preview tool doesn't get any coverage in the current edition, but it's absolutely brilliant. it can be used to view PDFs, images, and lots of other documents, and has now been improved greatly. * starting up Preview * Using preview to view different types of images * Using preview to view PDFs * Importing from scanner * Selecting text from PDF document * Zooming in and out * Finding out more about an image or document * Resizing an image * adding keywords to an image or document * annotating an image or document * making selections from an image or documnet * rotating and flipping images * bookmarking a document * copying text from a document * shutting down Preview TOP TEN PROBLEMS I don't think we need to change anything there
Mac Basics In Simple Steps by Tom Myer
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