Quick tips

Poole, Lon
April 1995
Macworld;Apr95, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p149
Presents tips, tricks and shortcuts to address problems faced by Macintosh computer users. Generic icons after rebuilding; Recording from an audio CD; Balky scapbook; Keeping time and date current; Enhancing Extensions Manager 3.0. INSET: CD audio in movies..


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