Tips, tricks, and shortcuts

Poole, Lon
November 1995
Macworld;Nov95, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p145
Presents an advisory on issues relating to the use of Macintosh computers, peripherals, or software. Includes renaming a hard drive; Incorrect formatting of DOS floppy disks; Setting of Photoshop's eyedropper buttons. INSET: Secret about box in 7.5.1..


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