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I am sorry if this has been discussed before, I am very very new to MAC and the forum, i am looking for a great reference book so I can learn and get the most out of my Imac.

any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Welcome to the forums - Here is one Amazon.com: Mac OS X Leopard: The Missing Manual (9780596529529): David Pogue: Books and then there are these here and these here

Incidentally MAC is generally the acronym for Machine Address Code in computer techy areas.
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I have an ebook that is a great textbook regarding macs.. unfortunately its on my external which im not currently connected to. PM me and ill send it to you, or attach it as a reply to this post
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Thanks for the info. I will look into the sugested reading.
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I have an ebook that is a great textbook regarding macs.. unfortunately its on my external which im not currently connected to. PM me and ill send it to you, or attach it as a reply to this post
Unfortunately, the file is 15mb which exceeds the specified limit. If you'd like me to email it to you, or do a file transfer via AIM, MSN, etc PM me
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I am sorry if this has been discussed before, I am very very new to MAC and the forum,
There is no need to apologize.

In order to find out if something has been discussed before or not, all you need to do is simply search before posting like we recommend in the welcome emails you receive upon registering for the forum and in the Community Guidelines as well.

Being new to Mac has nothing to do with and shouldn't prevent a person from searching before they post.

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