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Part I: Mastering Essential UNIX: Touring the Features of UNIX. Editing Files with the Visual Editor. Employing UNIX Utilities. Creating and Changing UNIX Directories. Setting File Permissions. Specifying Instructions to the Shell. Obtaining Help from the On-Line Manual. Part II: Examining User Support Features of UNIX: Managing User Processes. Working with Powerful Utilities. Printing Files. Running Multiple Jobs. Using the Motif Graphical User Interface. Part III: Communicating with Other Users and Systems: Sending and Receiving Mail Messages. Connecting to Local Network Machines. Accessing Resources on the Internet. Part IV: Customizing Your Environment and Other Advanced Features: Programming with the Shell. Modifying the User Environment. Aliasing Command Names. Accessing and Changing Previous Commands. Employing Advanced Visual Editor Features. Formatting Text with UNIX Utilities. Part V: Continuing Your UNIX Education: Examining Further Opportunities.