This month’s issue of Mac Design magazine brings news of Editor-in-chief Scott Kelby’s latest book, “The Mac OS X Conversion Kit.” It “takes an innovative approach, showing how an operation is done in Mac OS 9, and on the facing page, how you do the same thing in Mac OS X. Everything from fonts to printing to folders is covered in a clear, concise, visual way. The book is specifically designed to address the most common OS X issues, including networking, fonts, working with displays, connecting to the Internet, printing, installing applications, and more. Perhaps most important of all, the book answers questions such as ‘How do I switch between applications?’, ‘Where did the Chooser go?’, or ‘How do I create a folder?’.”