Mac OS X Lion: Visual QuickStart Guide

Support for Mac OS X Lion: Visual QuickStart Guide.

Visual QuickStart Guides, designed in an attractive tutorial and reference format, are the quickest, easiest, and most thorough way to learn applications, tasks, and technologies. The Visual QuickStart Guides are a smart choice and guide the learner in a friendly and respectful tone. Visually presented with copious screenshots, the focused discussions by topic and tasks make learning a breeze and quickly take you to exactly what you want to learn.

The latest update of this best-selling Visual QuickStart Guide will have you up and running in no time with Mac OS X Lion. Respected, best-selling author Maria Langer will take you through all of Mac OS X Lion’s groundbreaking capabilities and new features including Multi-Touch Gestures, Launchpad, Mission Control, the App Store, Mail, and much more. With plenty of screenshots to clearly illustrate techniques, this effective tutorial and reference is packed with practical information for people who want to jump in and start working and playing with OS X Lion.

Table of Contents

Introduction
PART I: Getting Started with Mac OS X
Chapter 1: Setting Up Mac OS X Lion
Chapter 2: Finder Basics
Chapter 3: File Management Basics
Chapter 4: Window Views
Chapter 5: Getting Help
PART II: Managing Files
Chapter 6: Advanced Finder Techniques
Chapter 7: Searching for Files
Chapter 8: Storage Devices & Media
Chapter 9: Backup & Recovery Features
Chapter 10: Multiple Users
PART III: Using Applications
Chapter 11: Application Basics
Chapter 12: Standard Application Menus
Chapter 13: The App Store
Chapter 14: TextEdit
Chapter 15: Address Book
Chapter 16: iCal
Chapter 17: Music & Video Applications
Chapter 18: Other Mac OS X Applications
Chapter 19: Dashboard
Chapter 20: Desktop Management
PART IV: Mac OS Utilities
Chapter 21: Fonts
Chapter 22: Printing
Chapter 23: Disk Utility
Chapter 24: Mac OS Utility Applications
PART V: Network & Internet Connectivity
Chapter 25: Networking
Chapter 26: Connecting to the Internet
Chapter 27: Internet Applications
PART VI: Customizing Your Mac
Chapter 28: Customizing the Finder
Chapter 29: Customizing Finder Windows
Chapter 30: System Preferences Basics
Chapter 31: Personal Preferences
Chapter 32: Hardware Preferences
Chapter 33: Internet & Wireless Preferences
Chapter 34: System Preferences
PART VII: Reference
Appendix A: Menus & Keyboard Shortcuts
Index

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3 thoughts on “Mac OS X Lion: Visual QuickStart Guide

  1. Hi, just purchased your ebook on author however I am importing intro media into it and after resizing onto author screen I still cannot get it play as the full screen on ibook, from iMovie I exported it as m4v movie but still does not cover the full screen like your intro ,is the problem in author or iMovie,

    Tks Ron Ritter

    • I wish I had an answer for you. You say it’s not fullscreen when you test it in iBooks on an iPad?

      Also, you mentioned resizing…when you drop in the intro media, you shouldn’t need to resize it. Are you following the instructions in Chapter 8? Not sure why you’re having that problem.

  2. On page 126 of Mac OS Lion (Visual Quickstart Guide) in “To add a message’s sender to Address Book,” step 2 says, “Click the From name at the top of the message window to display a menu of options.” It doesn’t do so.

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