How to Do Everything with Mac OS X Panther
By McElhearn, Kirk
Covers Mac OS X Panther and its bundled applications in detail, while handling more challenging topics such as networking, Internet security, wireless operation, and maintenance in an approachable way. Learn how to use the Finder, how to manage files, how to work with digital media, and much more. A bonus feature of the book is the spotlight on “Writers and their Macs,” which offers glimpses of how three writers work with their Macs: novelist Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha), screenwriter Mike Rich (Finding Forrester), and suspense writer Jeff Abbott (Cut and Run).


DOI: 10.1036/007225355X

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Author Biography

Kirk McElhearn (Guillestre, France) is a Mac OS X expert currently working with the Mac OS X Panther beta. He is a regular contributor to numerous Mac web sites, and is the author of many books on Macs and other computer technologies.


How to Do Everything with Mac OS X Panther
Author(s): McElhearn, Kirk
ISBN: 007225355X
DOI: 10.1036/007225355X

Format: paperback, 512 pages.
Pub date: 2 Feb 2004
Copyright: 2004
$26.95 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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