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Hi there,

I am the proud owner of a new macbook

Will shortly be moving to London and would like to improve my knowledge of my mac and its software. Does anybody know of any courses available and where I could find them? I would like to learn mroe about iwork & photoshop on Mac's.

I have had a look around but I can't see anything specific
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Check out this link on the Apple website -
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There is some beautiful video tutorials right at the apple website.

here is the link:

I love these tutorials, and there is A LOT of them to pretty much be able to do anything you'd want to do on a mac.
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Apple retail stores also have classes on how to use their hardware and software. I imagine they have an iWorks class. I doubt they will have anything on Photoshop, since it's not an Apple product.
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