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Apple Macintosh Encyclopedia

  • Authors
  • Gary Phillips
  • Donald J. Scellato

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. A
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 1-18
  3. B
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 19-41
  4. C
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 42-67
  5. D
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 68-104
  6. E
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 105-122
  7. F
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 123-142
  8. G
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 143-146
  9. H
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 147-151
  10. I
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 152-162
  11. J
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 163-163
  12. K
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 164-166
  13. L
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 167-180
  14. M
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 181-209
  15. N
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 210-217
  16. O
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 218-225
  17. P
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 226-249
  18. Q
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 250-250
  19. R
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 251-261
  20. S
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 262-284
  21. T
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 285-291
  22. U
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 292-297
  23. V
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 298-300
  24. W
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 301-305
  25. X
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 306-306
  26. Z
    Gary Phillips, Donald J. Scellato
    Pages 307-307
  27. Back Matter
    Pages 308-328

About this book

Introduction

The Apple Macintosh Encyclopedia provides easily accessible, brief and understandable information on the topics that you are most likely to have questions about. We have carefully digested the manuals, books, magazine articles, and other information sources for the Macintosh. These, combined with our own experience in using the Macintosh and other personal computers, have been integrated into an alphabetical sequence of short entries in the style of an encyclopedia. The goal is to provide concise, useful and easy-to-understand information on a particular topic that is quickly accessible when you need it. Much of the information in the entries is not contained in the manuals provided with the Macintosh and various software products. For example, notice the discussion, under WIDTH, of the "deferred" nature of this command when used with a device name, the discussion of the colon (:) in Multiplan for ranges, or Saving, Problems With. These topics are omitted or inadequately covered in the standard manuals. The Macintosh is the first truly visual computer. In keeping with the highly visual nature of using the Macintosh, we have provided over 100 illustrations. Each shows exactly what you will see on the screen when exploring topics discussed in the text. The Macintosh Encyclopedia opens with a visual guide to icons, and remains highly visual in orientation throughout the text.

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