Part I: Get Started with Your Mac Chapter 1. Welcome to the World of Mac! Chapter 2. Getting to Know Your Mac Chapter 3. Cruisin': Navigating Your Mac Chapter 4. Stylin' and Profilin'! Customizing Your Mac Chapter 5. Getting Started on the Internet Part II: Making Your Mac Earn Its Keep Chapter 6. How to Use Your Mac's Applications Chapter 7. I Work, You Work, We All Work with iWork Chapter 8. Start the Presses! Printing and Faxing Your Documents Chapter 9. Connected and Organized: Tow Things Most of Us Are Not! Part III: Pictures, Music, and Movies, Oh My! Chapter 10. The Quick and the Time: QuickTime Chapter 11. Say Cheese! Managing Your Photos with iPhoto Chapter 12. Well, Turn it Up, Man! Get In Tune with iTunes Chapter 13. iLights! iCamera! iAction!: Using iMovie Part IV: Time to Geek Out! Digging Deeper into Your Mac Chapter 14. Making Sense of the System Preferences Chapter 15. Making Your Mac Play Pretty with Other Computers: Networking and Sharing Chapter 16. Deeper into the Internet Jungle with Safari Chapter 17. Mail Call! Part V: Making Your Mac Even Better: Adding Microsoft Windows and Hardware Chapter 18. ATTENTION! Welcome to Boot Camp, Private! Chapter 19. It's Alive! Adding Hardware to Your Mac(enstein) Part VI: Troubleshooting and Getting Further Help When You Need It Chapter 20. What the Heck Just Happened? Chapter 21. Helpful Resources for Your Mac Part VII: Change the Silicon Every Three Thousand Miles: Maintaining Your Mac Chapter 22. Keeping the Engine Tuned Chapter 23. Getting Under the Hood Chapter 24. Back 'er Up: Using Time Machine Index
Dwight Spivey is a software and support engineer for Konica Minolta where he specializes in working with Mac operating systems, applications, and hardware. He teaches classes on Mac usage, writes training materials, and is a Mac OS X beta tester for Apple.