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Macintosh Reference Guide

Owen Linzmayer

Hosted by Owen Linzmayer

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New to Leopard? Want to learn how to speed up a slow Mac? Need to learn now to use those parental controls quick? Forget a shortcut? You've come to the right place. Hosted by Mac author Owen Linzmayer, the Macintosh Reference Guide is an in-depth, comprehensive set of instructions for using your favorite operating system. Scroll through the table of contents to find detailed tutorials on how to do everything from configuring your system preferences to sending email while traveling to configuring LAN access.

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