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I have just transferred over to a MacBook Pro after many years on PCs.
I have purchased and installed Mac Office and am using Microsoft Entourage as my default mail programme (have selected it in preferences). The only problem is when I click e-mail in other programmes the lick always opens up iMail and not Entourage.

For example in iPhotos if I click on the e-mail button it opens up iMail.

Any ideas please?

Also can anyone suggest a good guide or web site to using the Mac

Many thanks,

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The only problem is when I click e-mail in other programmes the lick always opens up iMail and not Entourage. For example in iPhotos if I click on the e-mail button it opens up iMail.
That's fixed through the individual App Preferences, eg. in iPhoto, use its Prefs to select the Email client you wish to use.

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Also can anyone suggest a good guide or web site to using the Mac?
You're at one - seriously. Just ask the questions, someone out there knows the answer or can point you in the right direction. There are other forums, but I find this one to be the best.

Other suggestions include the MacOS Help itself, accessible from Finder (your Desktop), the top Menu bar > Help. In addition to that, a lot of Applications have their own Help section, also accessible from the top menu bar.

As for general Mac Help websites, there are numerous ones, including Apple Support; others are best found with a Google search using the keywords Mac Help.
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