Step-by-step, full-color graphics show how to use the latest iPhone models! Written by seniors for seniors, this full-color guide features screenshots throughout with clear instructions that make it easy to start using the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iOS 8. The book can be used with earlier devices, too. Follow along and learn how to make calls, manage your contacts and calendar, send email, browse the web, take photos and video, listen to music, play games, and much more. You’ll also get tips on using helpful apps such as Apple Pay and the Health App. Get up and running on your iPhone right away—the QuickSteps way! Use these handy guideposts: QuickSteps for accomplishing common tasks Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoid
The best-selling, full-color QuickSteps series now covers the world's favorite MP3 player. Users will learn to get up and running with the iPod and iTunes, download and play music, use the iPod's calendar, to do list, contacts, and notes functions, edit and display photos, play games, and use the iPod as an external hard drive. More than 10 million iPods have been sold as of December 2004, and sales are rising with Apple's introduction of the new, more affordable iPod shuffle Van Buskirk's MP3 Insider column is regularly featured on the front page of MP3.com, CNET.com, ZDNET.com, and News.com, reaching millions of readers Covers all the latest models including iPod shuffle and photo iPods Describes advanced tricks including podcast subscriptions, alternative synching software, battery replacement, and supercharged accessory recommendations
Maximize your productivity--the Apple way! Get the most out of the iWork suite of apps on a Mac, an iOS device, and in iCloud. How to Do Everything: Pages, Keynote & Numbers for OS X and iOS shows you how to create great-looking documents, persuasive presentations, and number-crunching spreadsheets. Filled with clear explanations and detailed examples, this practical guide covers everything you need to know to use these powerful productivity apps on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and web browser. Set up an iCloud account and download Pages, Keynote, and Numbers Create, edit, and format documents with Pages Add graphics, audio, video, tables, and charts to your documents Design and deliver impressive presentations with Keynote Include media, graphics, and charts in your presentation slides Set up, share, and secure powerful spreadsheets with Numbers Add tables, formulas, charts, audio, and video to your spreadsheets Access and sync iWork files using iCloud and collaborate with others
Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics! Here’s the fastest, easiest way to get up and running on your third-generation iPad. Color photos and screenshots on every page with clear instructions help you get started right away. Follow along and learn how to use the camera and video recorder, download content from the App Store, play movies, video conference, read ebooks, send/receive e-mail, surf the web, and more. The unique, oblong layout of the QuickSteps series mimics your computer screen, displays graphics and explanations side by side, and lays flat so you can easily refer to the book while working on your iPad. Use these handy guideposts: Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Step-by-Step, Full-Color Graphics! Take advantage of your computer's features and tools right away--the QuickSteps way. Color photos and screenshots with clear instructions make it easy to accomplish everything you want to do. Follow along and quickly learn how to navigate the Windows operating system; get online; use core programs such as Word, Excel, and Quicken; and secure your computer. Fun activities, such as genealogy, photo editing and management, social networking, and online dating are covered, plus you'll get tips for enjoying music, ebooks, and videos. Written by seniors for seniors, this practical, fast-paced guide helps you get the most out of your computer. The unique, oblong layout of the QuickSteps series mimics your computer screen, displays graphics and explanations side by side, and lays flat so you can easily refer to the book while working on your computer. Use these handy guideposts: Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks Personal insights from other seniors Need-to-know facts in concise narrative Helpful reminders or alternative ways of doing things Bonus information related to the topic being covered Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Get the Most Out of Your Mac With coverage of the iMac, MacBook, MacBook Air, and Mac mini, How to Do Everything Mac, OS X Lion Edition shows you how to configure and customize your Mac and take full advantage of all the powerful tools and capabilities. You'll learn about the new features, including Multi-Touch gestures, Mission Control, full-screen apps, Launchpad, FaceTime, and more. Hardware, networking, security, and maintenance are also discussed in this practical guide. Interact with your Mac using Multi-Touch gestures View your system from Mission Control Connect to the Internet and explore with Safari Video chat with FaceTime Stay in touch and on schedule with Mail, Address Book, iCal, and iChat Browse and download content from the Mac App Store Access your apps from Launchpad and view them full-screen Use iWork for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations Stay entertained with QuickTime, iPhoto, iTunes, and iMovie Sync data with your iPod, iPad, or iPhone Set up a wired or wireless network Connect external devices via USB and FireWire Troubleshoot, maintain, and back up your Mac Dwight Spivey is a product manager for Konica Minolta. He has worked with the Mac since 1996, is a member of the Apple Developer Connection, and stays up to date on all Mac technical issues. Dwight is the author of iPhone & iPod touch QuickSteps and many other Mac-related titles.
A study guide on an iPhone or iPad helps one study in two ways. The first is by serving in the same was as a traditional book or other study aid. One can make notes within it, flip through virtual pages, and read it progressively in the same way that textbooks would be used. It also provides one with additional portability. An iPhone or iPad can be more easily carried by a person throughout their day. By doing so, it's easy to simply take the iOS 7 device out when one has a little extra free time in which to study.
This practical guide covers all that’s new in the latest iPod touch and shows the best ways to load media content, play games, surf the web, use FaceTime to video chat, watch TV shows and movies, and more! How to Do Everything: iPod touch covers the new, supercharged iPod touch which combines three great products: a widescreen iPod with touch controls; a portable game console; and a breakthrough Internet device The book’s chapters provide details on loading your iPod touch with music, videos, games, and data, plus how to chat with FaceTime, keep up with social media accounts, take photos, create and edit business documents, and much more. You’ll get all the information you need to fully exploit the iPod touch with both Windows PCs and Macs and learn about the wealth of activity you can do beyond listening to music. How to Do Everything: iPod touch Contains clear instructions with screenshots and illustrations that guide you through everything from unboxing your iPod touch and installing iTunes to troubleshooting hardware and software issues Includes “How To” and “Did You Know?” sidebars with extra information to help you with tricky issues and queries Explains how to use your iPod touch and iTunes with both Windows PCs and Macs, covering Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Offers tips for building a comprehensive media library in iTunes and keeping it backed up
Get comfortable with iTunes 10, Apple’s popular music-and-media organizer and player. Don’t just read about it: See it and hear it with step-by-step video tutorials and valuable audio sidebars delivered through the Free Web Edition that comes with every USING book. For the price of the book, you get online access anywhere with a web connection--no books to carry, updated content, and the benefit of video and audio learning. Way more than just a book, this is all the help you’ll ever need...where you want, when you want! Get your favorite music, movies, and TV shows into your iTunes library Keep your iPod, iPhone, or iPad in sync with iTunes Subscribe to your favorite podcasts and listen to Internet radio Share your iTunes library Organize your media collection--find what you want when you want it Create playlists for whatever you’re in the mood for Set up a live party mix with the iTunes DJ--and let guests request songs remotely Follow your friends and favorite artists on Ping, the social network that’s new with iTunes 10 Use Ping to share music recommendations, post reviews, and find concerts near you learn fast, learn easy, using web, video, and audio Show Me video walks through tasks you’ve just got to see--including bonus advanced techniques Tell Me More audio delivers practical insights straight from the experts
Discover More Great Things to Do with Your iPhone 4S or iPhone 4! You already know how to do everyday things with your iPhone--make calls, take photos, enjoy music and movies, and play games. Now it's time to take your iPhone to the next level and turn it into your home recording studio, professional-quality video camera, and handy computer for both business computing and personal productivity. iPhone Geekery shows you how to do all this, and much, much more. You'll learn everything from keyboard secrets and power-user email techniques to ways to jailbreak your iPhone and recover space from its file system. Get your geek on! Learn how to: Load and sync content from multiple computers Use your iPhone as your home and car stereo Record your band on your iPhone--or use your iPhone as your backing track Take stunning macro, telephoto, and panoramic photos Turn your iPhone into your main computer Secure your iPhone against water, dirt, and grime Share your iPhone's Internet connection with your computer Use your iPhone to control your computer remotely Jailbreak your iPhone and install apps Apple hasn't approved Play Genesis, Nintendo, and arcade games on your iPhone under emulation And lots more!
Build and manage a powerful network on Mac OS X Server Boost productivity and foster collaboration using the powerful networking tools available in Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server. With clear, detailed explanations and step-by-step instructions, Mac OS X System Administration shows you how to plan, construct, and manage a high-performance Mac-based network. You'll learn how to do everything from planning and installing the network from scratch to backing up both clients and servers to recovering from disaster. Plan the wired, wireless, or combination network your organization needs Build the network and install Mac OS X Server Secure the network using firewalls, encryption, and SSL authentication Harness the power of Open Directory to organize and manage the network Create user accounts, set up groups, and control which applications and features users can access Set up and manage file sharing, print, Web, and e-mail services Install applications automatically both before and after deploying the Macs Enable remote access to the network via VPN Add iPhones and iPod touches to the network Guy Hart-Davis is the bestselling author of more than 50 computer books, including AppleScript: A Beginner's Guide, Mac OS X Leopard QuickSteps, HTML, XHTML & CSS QuickSteps, and How to Do Everything: iPod, iPhone, & iTunes.
Unleash the amazing features of your iPhone 4S! Filled with handy tips and little-known tricks, How to Do Everything: iPhone 4S shows you how to maximize the powerful capabilities of this revolutionary device. Configure and customize your iPhone, make calls, video chat, listen to music, watch videos, create and manage your iTunes library, surf the Web, take photos and video, ask Siri for assistance, use iCloud to store and access your content, and much more. You’ll also learn how to connect your iPhone to your company’s network via virtual private networking and to your company’s Exchange Server for e-mail and calendars. Load your iPhone with music, videos, data, and apps Connect to wireless networks at home, at work, and on the road Take crisp photos and video with the new eight megapixel camera Make phone calls, video chat with FaceTime, and use e-mail and instant messaging Use iCloud to sync content seamlessly between your iPhone and other iOS devices Get help from Siri, the voice-controlled intelligent assistant Keep up to date with your calendars and contacts Create a great audio and video library for your iPhone and iTunes Use your iPhone for file backup, storage, and transfer Connect to your business network and to Exchange Server Create, edit, and share business documents on your iPhone Sync your iPhone with multiple computers Troubleshoot your iPhone and iTunes
Take your iPad to its limits--and way beyond You've already mastered iPad essentials. Now, become a bona-fide power-user and transform your iPad into a media center, gaming device, photo and video camera, document editor, and high-powered computer. Through easy-to-follow instructions and illustrations, iPad Geekery: 50 Insanely Cool Hacks and Mods for Your Apple Tablet teaches you these expert tricks. You'll also find out how to secure your iPad, protect your personal information, and install apps from any source. Get your geek on! Learn how to: Use your iPad as your home and car stereo Pack your iPad with high-quality music files and share them with others Use your iPad as your backing band, your recording studio, and even fix your off-key singing Watch DVDs, stream videos, and show content on your TV Take captivating photos and make professional-grade films Plug in a keyboard and use your iPad as your main computer Create Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files Troubleshoot problems and restore your iPad to factory settings Keep your data secure no matter where your iPad goes Connect to your personal or company network Back up, unlock, and "jailbreak" your iPad
Take your Kindle Fire to its limits—and way beyond them You already know how to download and read e-books on your Kindle Fire. Now, discover how to turn it into a personal music and video player, Web and e-mail device, Android-based app and gaming center, text messager, and remote work tool. Kindle Fire Geekery: 50 Insanely Cool Projects for Your Amazon Tablet teaches these power-user tricks and many more. You’ll see how to load non-Amazon media files, find free stuff, and stream your library from the cloud. Get your geek on! Learn how to: Use your Kindle Fire as a portable music player Rip CDs and transfer audio from LP or cassette Watch movies and TV shows stored on your computer Stream your collection through Amazon’s Cloud Drive Load e-books from any format to your Kindle Fire Lock your Kindle Fire and tweak its operating system Install apps from sources other than Amazon’s Appstore Connect to WiFi networks, browse the Web, and use e-mail Keep your Kindle Fire and its Silk browser running smoothly Send text messages, share files, and edit Office documents
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