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Manipulating MacBook to create a wireless access point.

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I was wondering if it is possible to manipulate a MacBook to send and receive files using drop copy without being connected to a network? i.e. I want to send files to my friends iPhone, and iPod Touch at school, but we are not allowed to connected to the school network? is this possible in any way? Cheers for any help, and I'm sorry if this is frequently asked, or if i have posted in the wrong section, but i did search the forums before hand.

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