Introduction 1 Part I: Introducing OS X Lion: The Basics 7 Chapter 1: Mac OS X Lion 101 (Prerequisites: None) 9 Chapter 2: The Desktop and Windows and Menus (Oh, My)! 23 Chapter 3: Have It Your Way 45 Chapter 4: What s Up, Dock? 69 Chapter 5: The Finder and Its Desktop 89 Part II: Lion Taming (Or "Organization for Smart People") 121 Chapter 6: The Care and Feeding of Files and Folders 123 Chapter 7: Timesaving Tools 165 Chapter 8: Dealing with Disks 183 Chapter 9: Organizing Your Life 195 Part III: Do Unto Lion: Getting Things Done 207 Chapter 10: Internet-Working 209 Chapter 11: E-Mail Made Easy 233 Chapter 12: The Musical Mac 257 Chapter 13: The Multimedia Mac 275 Chapter 14: Words and Letters 285 Part IV: Making This Lion Your Very Own 295 Chapter 15: Publish or Perish: The Fail-Safe Guide to Printing 297 Chapter 16: Sharing Your Mac and Liking It 315 Chapter 17: Features for the Way You Work 351 Part V: The Care and Feeding of Your Lion 373 Chapter 18: Safety First: Backups and Other Security Issues 375 Chapter 19: Utility Chest 393 Chapter 20: Troubleshooting Mac OS X 407 Part VI: The Part of Tens 419 Chapter 21: Almost Ten Ways to Speed Up Your Mac Experience 421 Chapter 22: Ten Ways to Make Your Mac Better by Throwing Money at It 431 Chapter 23: Ten (Or So) Great Websites for Mac Freaks 437 Appendix: Installing or Reinstalling Mac OS X Lion (Only If You Have To) 445 Index 451
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