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    decoman's Avatar
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    Hello
    Just wanted to drop in a say hello,

    I was aPC user since the days of DOS and last week finally bought my new IMAC 24 inch. I have all ready converted years worth of outlook and MS Money files into the mac and it was flawless.. time consuming but flawless.

    There are a few things i need to get use to but I think in time all will be well.

    Hope to learn some tricks of the trade her eon this forum and to post any problems that may arise in the future.

    I will ask off the bat any one recommend a html editor? I do edit my companies web pages (basic text updates) and would like an easy editor as i am not the greatest html guy

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    Welcome!
    Don't know anything about html editors, but one piece of advice I can give you is to check out Apple's support pages for great tutorials to get you comfortable with your Mac right away. Very helpful!
    And of course, lots of great experts and all-around great guys/gals on these forums.

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    HTML Editor? BBEdit has worked for me for yeeeears.

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    Welcome to Mac and this forum!

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    Welcome to M-Fs!

    If you are comfortable with a text editor, I would highly recommend TextMate.

    For a nice GUI based try, Coda or Espresso.

    If you look for a free app., try Nvu.

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    Likewise - welcome aboard. I have got good help from this and this one but they are not free.

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    thanks for the welcomes and the suggestions

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    I use Adobe Dreamweaver CS4 and it works great. Kind of something you have to learn. Some things are server side functions and not super easy to learn straight away. Other than that. MS Word is good.

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    Welcome. I use TextWrangler for HTML stuff.
    Chris K.

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    Im new to html (still learning) and KompoZer is nice and easy to use and its free ... its not as complex and more polished than NVU


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