FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE CROSS-PLATFORM MAC HANDBOOK HELPS YOU SURVIVE AND THRIVE WITH YOUR MAC
IN A DIGITAL WORLD
Upper Saddle River, NJ, December 9, 1999 – Prentice Hall PTR is proud to
announce the publication of THE CROSS-PLATFORM MAC HANDBOOK by David L.
Hart, the essential guide to making your Macintosh work smoothly with
Windows, UNIX, Palm handhelds, and a world of digital devices.
The HANDBOOK helps you navigate through the solutions to problems including:
* Exchanging and converting Mac, PC, and UNIX files on disks, via
e-mail, and over the Internet
* Supporting Macs on file and print servers running Windows NT,
NetWare, or UNIX
* Working with applications such as Microsoft Office and Adobe
Photoshop that run on both Mac OS and Windows
* Accessing Windows and UNIX software through emulators, remote
control software, application servers, and other options
* Understanding and using file formats and Web standards for maximum
* Integrating your Mac with the expanding digital world of pagers,
Palm OS organizers, digital cameras, home automation, and more
Designed for average Mac users who interact with other platforms or network
administrators who need to support Macs in multi-platform environments, THE
CROSS-PLATFORM MAC HANDBOOK points you in all the right directions and
makes sure you can keep your Mac in today’s digital world.
The author is also supporting the book with a free Web site at
http://www.sdsc.edu/Books/Mac. Visit the site to learn more about this
About the Author
David L. Hart is a science writer, editor, and Web developer at the San
Diego Supercomputer Center, where he works in a tightly integrated
environment of hundreds of Macintosh, Windows NT, and UNIX systems. He is
the primary author of the Mac OS 8 Web Server Cookbook (Prentice Hall PTR,
1999), and the Mac Web Servers columnist at MacCentral Online.
Pricing and Availability
THE CROSS-PLATFORM MAC HANDBOOK by David L. Hart. Prentice Hall PTR, 2000.
Paper: ISBN 0-13-085088-8. 200pp. $29.99US. Available now.
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