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A heafty 598 page book set out in the usual dull computer manual style format. The designers have tried to liven things up by including grey panels for Technically speaking and Take Note areas. The copy is excellent. It's informative without waffle and covers everything from installing the system to using printers and a section on Unix code. It answered several of my questions and explained things that the manual doesn't even skim over. The sub heading "Troubleshooting techniques to help fix it yourself" didn't quite live up to its strapline as I found two questions I have were not answered. But plenty more I didn't have were answered and I'm learning lots of new stuff about my Mac. A good addition to the bookshelf if you want to get to know your computer