By Gary Phillips
The Apple Macintosh Encyclopedia offers simply available, short and comprehensible info at the issues that you're probably to have questions on. we've got rigorously digested the manuals, books, journal articles, and different info assets for the Macintosh. those, mixed with our personal adventure in utilizing the Macintosh and different own pcs, were built-in into an alphabetical series of brief entries within the sort of an encyclopedia. The target is to supply concise, helpful and easy-to-understand info on a selected subject that's fast available if you happen to desire it. a lot of the knowledge within the entries isn't really inside the manuals supplied with the Macintosh and diverse software program items. for instance, discover the dialogue, less than WIDTH, of the "deferred" nature of this command while used with a tool identify, the dialogue of the colon (:) in Multiplan for levels, or Saving, issues of. those subject matters are passed over or inadequately coated within the commonplace manuals. The Macintosh is the 1st really visible machine. in accordance with the hugely visible nature of utilizing the Macintosh, we now have supplied over a hundred illustrations. each one exhibits precisely what you will discover at the reveal while exploring themes mentioned within the textual content. The Macintosh Encyclopedia opens with a visible consultant to icons, and continues to be hugely visible in orientation through the text.
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Brush Mirrors An option available from the pull-down Goodies menu in MacPaint, which is located across the top of the MacPaint screen display. When Brush Mirrors is selected, a square is displayed in a window on the screen. Horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines are displayed inside of the square. One or all of these lines may be selected for producing a mirror image of any line drawn with the brush tool from the tool palette of MacPaint by placing the pointer on each of the axes to be selected and pressing the mouse button.
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