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.Mac: Visual QuickStart Guide

by David Reynolds

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 032130473X, Paperback)

If you've signed up for Apple's $99 .Mac service, you're in good company--over 500,000 users have signed up for this terrific collection of online services and software. But if you don't have a lot of time to learn all of .Mac's features, this slim, task-based volume will show you just what you need to get started. This book leads you along the quickest, easiest route to setting up and using .Mac: how to use iDisk to store, share, and back up files; how to create a Web site with HomePage; how to post iPhoto photos and iMovie videos to your Web site; how to use iSync to keep your calendar and address books synched across your devices and Macs; how to protect your computer from viruses with Virex; how to share iCal calendars with others, and how to use .Mac's Web mail feature. Each task is illustrated with large, colorful screen shots and clear, step-by-step instructions.

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After introducing users to .Mac's Web interface and its major components, the author shows readers how to integrate .Mac with Mac OS X, set up and use .Mac Webmail, take advantage of iDisk, create a home page, publish custom Web sites, and much more.

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