Mac OS X使用指南:Leopard版(影印版)
Mac OS X使用指南:Leopard版(影印版)
David Pogue
出版时间:2008年05月
页数:893
答案就在这里!
好消息:Mac OS X 10.5“Leopard”拥有300项新功能,其中一些激动人心。坏消息:苹果公司依然没有提供用户手册。但谁又在乎呢?因为David Pogue回来了,他的幽默和专业使得这本书6年来一直名列畅销Mac书籍排行榜榜首。在这个经过扩充和完全更新的版本中,他教您如何玩转Mac。

您需要了解的重要内容
新技术:Time Machine自动备份、远程屏幕共享控制、Quick look速览文档、Spaces分组管理应用程序窗口。但凡苹果创造的技术,本书都会涵盖。
额外软件:本书将解密所有50种Mac附带的软件。包括Safari、iChat、Mail、Automator、预览和文本编辑。
捷径:本书是迄今最灵活巧妙的Mac书籍。有关Mac OS
X各个方面的惊喜随处可见。
强大应用:安全、网络、Automator、与Windows共享文件甚至连探索Mac OS X的Unix底层应用都一样不落。
寻找熟悉的特性:本书为Windows难民准备了Windowsto-
Mac字典,帮助您在Mac OS X 10.5中寻找原来钟爱的特性。

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  1. Introduction
  2. What’s New in Leopard
  3. About This Book
  4. The Very Basics
  5. Part One: The Mac OS X Desktop
  6. Chapter 1: Folders and Windows
  7. Getting into Mac OS X
  8. Windows and How to Work Them
  9. The Four Window Views
  10. Icon View
  11. List View
  12. Column View
  13. Cover Flow ViewQuick Look
  14. Logging Out, Shutting Down
  15. Getting Help in Mac OS X
  16. Chapter 2: Organizing Your Stuff
  17. The Mac OS X Folder Structure
  18. Icon Names
  19. Selecting Icons
  20. Moving and Copying Icons
  21. Aliases: Icons in Two Places at Once
  22. Color Labels
  23. The Trash
  24. Get Info
  25. Chapter 3: Spotlight
  26. The Spotlight Menu
  27. The Spotlight Window
  28. Customizing Spotlight
  29. Smart Folders
  30. Chapter 4: Dock, Desktop, and Toolbars
  31. The Dock
  32. Setting Up the Dock
  33. Using the Dock
  34. The Finder Toolbar
  35. Designing Your Desktop
  36. Menulets: The Missing Manual
  37. Part Two: Programs in Mac OS X
  38. Chapter 5: Documents, Programs, and Spaces
  39. Opening Mac OS X Programs
  40. The “Heads-Up” Program Switcher
  41. Exposé: Death to Window Clutter
  42. Spaces: Your Free Quad-Display Mac
  43. Hiding Programs the Old-Fashioned Way
  44. How Documents Know Their Parents
  45. Keyboard Control
  46. The Save and Open Dialog BoxesTwo Kinds of Programs: Cocoa and Carbon
  47. The Cocoa Difference
  48. Universal Apps (Intel Macs)Installing Mac OS X Programs
  49. Dashboard
  50. Web Clips: Make Your Own Widgets
  51. Chapter 6: Time Machine, Syncing, and Moving Data
  52. Moving Data Between Documents
  53. Exchanging Data with Other Macs
  54. Exchanging Data with Windows PCs
  55. Time Machine
  56. iSync
  57. .Mac Sync
  58. Chapter 7: Automator and AppleScript
  59. Introducing Automator
  60. Building Your Own Workflow
  61. Doing More with Automator
  62. Workflows as Programs and Plug-ins
  63. Getting Started with AppleScript
  64. Chapter 8: Windows on Macintosh
  65. Boot Camp
  66. Windows in a Window
  67. Part Three: The Components of Mac OS X
  68. Chapter 9: System Preferences
  69. The System Preferences Window
  70. .Mac
  71. Accounts
  72. Appearance
  73. Bluetooth
  74. CDs & DVDs
  75. Date & Time
  76. Desktop & Screen Saver
  77. Displays
  78. Dock
  79. Energy Saver
  80. Exposé & Spaces
  81. International
  82. Keyboard & Mouse
  83. Network
  84. Parental Controls
  85. Print & Fax
  86. QuickTime
  87. Security
  88. Sharing
  89. Software Update
  90. Sound
  91. Speech
  92. Spotlight
  93. Startup Disk
  94. Time Machine
  95. Universal Access
  96. Chapter 10: The Free Programs
  97. Your Free Mac OS X Programs
  98. Address Book
  99. AppleScript
  100. Automator
  101. Calculator
  102. Chess
  103. Dashboard
  104. Dictionary
  105. DVD Player
  106. Exposé
  107. Font Book
  108. Front Row
  109. GarageBand
  110. iCal
  111. iChat
  112. iDVD
  113. Image Capture
  114. iMovie, iPhoto
  115. iSync
  116. iTunes
  117. Mail
  118. Photo Booth
  119. Preview
  120. QuickTime Player
  121. Safari
  122. Stickies
  123. System Preferences
  124. TextEdit
  125. Time Machine
  126. Utilities: Your Mac OS X Toolbox
  127. Chapter 11: CDs, DVDs, and iTunes
  128. How the Mac Does Disks
  129. Burning CDs and DVDs
  130. iTunes: The Digital Jukebox
  131. DVD Movies
  132. Part Four: The Technologies of Mac OS X
  133. Chapter 12: Accounts, Parental Controls, and Security
  134. Introducing Accounts
  135. Creating an Account
  136. Parental Controls
  137. Editing Accounts
  138. Setting Up the Login Process
  139. Signing In, Logging Out
  140. Sharing Across Accounts
  141. Fast User Switching
  142. Six Mac OS X Security Shields
  143. Chapter 13: Networking, File Sharing, and Screen Sharing
  144. Wiring the Network
  145. File Sharing
  146. Accessing Shared Files
  147. Networking with Windows
  148. Screen Sharing
  149. More Dialing In from the Road
  150. Chapter 14: Printing, Faxing, Fonts, and Graphics
  151. Mac Meets Printer
  152. Making the Printout
  153. Managing Printouts
  154. Printer Sharing
  155. Faxing
  156. PDF Files
  157. Fonts—and Font Book
  158. ColorSync
  159. Graphics in Mac OS X
  160. Screen-Capture Keystrokes
  161. Chapter 15: Sound, Movies, and Speech
  162. Playing Sounds
  163. Recording Sound
  164. QuickTime Movies
  165. Speech Recognition
  166. The Mac Reads to You
  167. VoiceOver
  168. Ink: Handwriting Recognition
  169. Front Row
  170. Chapter 16: The Unix Crash Course
  171. Terminal
  172. Navigating in Unix
  173. Working with Files and Directories
  174. Online Help
  175. Terminal Preferences
  176. Terminal Tips and Tricks
  177. Changing Permissions with Terminal
  178. 20 Useful Unix Utilities
  179. Putting It Together
  180. Chapter 17: Hacking Mac OS X
  181. TinkerTool: Customization 101
  182. Redoing Mac OS X’s Graphics
  183. Replacing the Finder Icons
  184. Rewriting the Words
  185. Your Bright Hacking Future
  186. Part Five: Mac OS Online
  187. Chapter 18: Internet Setup
  188. The Best News You’ve Heard All Day
  189. Network Central—and Multihoming
  190. Broadband Connections
  191. Dial-up Modem Connections
  192. Switching Locations
  193. Internet Sharing
  194. .Mac Services
  195. Internet Location Files
  196. Chapter 19: Mail and Address Book
  197. Setting Up Mail
  198. Checking Your Mail
  199. Writing Messages
  200. Stationery
  201. Reading Email
  202. The Anti-Spam Toolkit
  203. RSS Feeds
  204. Notes
  205. To Dos
  206. Address Book
  207. Chapter 20: Safari
  208. Safari
  209. RSS: The Missing Manual
  210. Chapter 21: iChat
  211. Welcome to iChat
  212. Three Chat Networks
  213. Signing Up
  214. The Buddy Lists
  215. Making a List
  216. Let the Chat Begin
  217. Text Chatting
  218. Audio Chats
  219. Video Chats
  220. Sharing Your Screen
  221. iChat Theater
  222. iChat Tweaks
  223. Chapter 22: SSH, FTP, VPN, and Web Sharing
  224. Web Sharing
  225. FTP
  226. Connecting from the Road
  227. Remote Access with SSH
  228. Virtual Private Networking
  229. Part Six: Appendixes
  230. Appendix A: Installing Mac OS X 10.5
  231. Getting Ready to Install
  232. Four Kinds of Installation
  233. The Basic Installation
  234. The Upgrade Installation
  235. The Clean Install (“Archive and Install”)
  236. Erase & Install
  237. The Setup Assistant
  238. Uninstalling Mac OS X 10.5
  239. Appendix B: Troubleshooting
  240. Minor Eccentric Behavior
  241. Frozen Programs (Force Quitting)
  242. Can’t Move or Rename an Icon
  243. Application Won’t Open
  244. Startup Problems
  245. Fixing the Disk
  246. Where to Get Troubleshooting Help
  247. Appendix C: The Windows-to-MacDictionary
  248. Appendix D: Where to Go From Here
  249. Web Sites.
  250. Free Email Newsletters
  251. Advanced Books, Programming Books
  252. The Master Mac OS X Secret Keystroke List
  253. Index
书名:Mac OS X使用指南:Leopard版(影印版)
作者:David Pogue
国内出版社:东南大学出版社
出版时间:2008年05月
页数:893
书号:978-7-5641-0911-0
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
David Pogue
 
David Pogue is the weekly tech columnist for the New York Times,
an Emmy-winning correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning,
the 2006 winner of the Online News Association’s award for commentary,
and the creator of the Missing Manual series. He’s the
author or co-author of 45 books, including 20 in this series and
six in the “For Dummies” line (including Macs, Magic, Opera, and
Classical Music). In his other life, David is a former Broadway show conductor, a
magician, and a pianist. News, photos, links to his columns, blog, and weekly videos
await at www.davidpogue.com.
He welcomes feedback about his books by email at david@pogueman.com. (If you’re
seeking technical help, however, please refer to the sources in Appendix D.)