Table of contents for Mac OS X Panther for dummies / by Bob LeVitus.


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Introduction. 
 Part I: Desktop Madness: Navigating Mac OS X. 
 Chapter 1: Mac OS X Panther 101 (Prerequisites: None). 
 Chapter 2: Meet the Desktop. 
 Chapter 3: “What’s Up, Dock?” 
 Chapter 4: I Think Icon! I Think Icon! 
 Chapter 5: Looking through Finder Windows. 
 Chapter 6: A Bevy of Delectable Menus. 
 Part II: Rounding Out Your Basic Training. 
 Chapter 7: New-Fangled Finder. 
 Chapter 8: Mastering the Save Sheet and the Open Dialog. 
 Chapter 9: Haggling with Removable Media. 
 Chapter 10: File Management without Tearing Your Hair Out. 
 Part III: Doing Stuff with Your Mac. 
 Chapter 11: Internet-Working. 
 Chapter 12: Publish or Perish: The Fail-Safe Guide to Printing. 
 Chapter 13: Applying Yourself to the Applications Folder. 
 Chapter 14: The Classic Environment: Like Mac OS 9, Only Better. 
 Chapter 15: What Your Mac Prefers. 
 Part IV: U 2 Can B a Guru. 
 Chapter 16: “Mine! Miiiiine!”: Sharing Your Mac and Liking It. 
 Chapter 17: Back Up Now or Regret It Later. 
 Chapter 18: Troubleshooting Mac OS X. 
 Part V: The Part of Tens. 
 Chapter 19: Ten (Or So) Ways to Speed Up Your Mac Experience. 
 Chapter 20: Ten (Or So) Ways to Make Your Mac Better by Throwing Money at It. 
 Chapter 21: Ten (Or So) Great Web Sites for Mac Freaks. 
 Chapter 22: Ten (Or So) Mac OS X Apps That You Might Need Someday. 
 Part VI: Appendix. 
 Appendix: Installing Mac OS X Panther (Only If You Have To). 
 Index.
 


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mac OS, Operating systems (Computers)Macintosh (Computer) Programming