For over a decade, Macintosh users have relied on Robin Williams Little Mac Book for clear and friendly information about their Macs. Now Robin takes on Mac OS X for you, and the "little" book is a giant resource of Mac OS X information! New users will learn: Macintosh basics: from starting up, using the mouse, and working with menus, windows, folders, and icons, to shutting down; Word processing (typing): making a document, saving, and printing it; The Internet: getting connected, browsing, and searching the World Wide Web; Sherlock: your personal sleuth for tracking down files on your hard disk or information on the web; Email: sending and receiving email for fun or business; Keyboard shortcuts: helping you work more efficiently; iTools: create and publish web pages, send greeting cards, share files with anyone in the world. All users will learn: How and why to take advantage of multiple users; How to share your files with anyone in the world; How to create a movie from your digital video camera; How to transfer your photos from your digital camera to your Mac with the click of a button, then let the Mac make your photos into a web site; How to build a collection of your favorite music for listening on your Mac or copying to a music CD; How to listen to radio from around the world on your Mac; How to serve a web site from your own Mac; And much more! Experienced users will learn: Where all your old favorite features have gone; How to use the new windows; How to customize your Mac with System Preferences; How to manage your fonts in OS X; How to share your files between computers in a small office; New tips and tricks for a new operating system. Whether you're a newcomer or an old hand, you'll find there's no better teacher than Robin Williams. Her writing is fun, informative, and jargon-free-and her enthusiasm for the Mac is contagious. After reading this book, not only will you feel more confident using your Mac, but you'll be inspired to do something creative with it.