Reference Guides Offer Training and Support
by Kevin Slimp, November 2004
Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver by Nolan Hester (2005, ISBN 0-321-27843-7) - Iím often asked if there is a simple way to create an appealing website. Creating a Web Page in Dreamweaver is a great reference for folks who want to make great-looking web pages fast, but donít want to get bogged down in the details. Part of the Visual QuickStart series, this reference includes full-color illustrations to show the user how to perform each step of a project from start to finish. For both PC and Mac Dreamweaver users. $13 US/$19 CAN/$23 AUS.
Take Control of Apple Mail by Joe Kissell (2005, ISBN 0-321-32115-4) - As simple as Apple Mail seems at first glance, itís been known to create a lot of headaches among users. Email expert Joe Kissell goes under the hood to help readers work more efficiently and eliminate pesky problems that plague Mail users. Included are steps for solving mail transfer problems, solutions to password problems, fixes for damaged mailboxes, methods to optimize the Junk Mail filter and more. $17 US/$24 CAN/$29 AUS.
Mac OS X Help Desk Essentials, edited by Owen Linzmayer (2005, ISBN 0-321-27848-8) - The only Apple-certified book on Mac OS X, this comprehensive reference takes support technicians and ardent Mac users deep inside the operating systems, covering everything from installing, configuring and troubleshooting Mac OS X to system administration and networking technologies. A ďmust haveĒ for Mac-based newspapers. $50 US/$72 CAN/$85 AUS.
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