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About the Creative Team

Nan Barber (copy editor) co-authored Office X for the Macintosh: The Missing Manual and Office 2001 for Macintosh: The Missing Manual. As the principal copy editor for this series, she has edited the titles on iPhoto, Mac OS 9, AppleWorks 6, iMovie, Dreamweaver 4, and Windows XP. Email: nanbarber@mac.com.

John Cacciatore (copy editor) works out of his home office in Woburn, Mass., where he is ardently engaged in the English major's freelance trinity: writing, editing, and proofing. Email: j_cacciatore@yahoo.com.

Dennis Cohen (technical reviewer) has served as the technical reviewer for many bestselling Mac books, including several editions of Macworld Mac Secrets and most Missing Manual titles. He's the co-author of AppleWorks 6 for Dummies, Macworld AppleWorks 6 Bible, and Macworld Mac OS X Bible. Email: drcohen@mac.com.

Phil Simpson (design and layout) works out of his office in Stamford, Connecticut, where he has had his graphic design business since 1982. He is experienced in many facets of graphic design, including corporate identity, publication design, and corporate and medical communications. Email: pmsimpson@earthlink.net.

Alan Graham (research and testing) is an author for the O'Reilly Network and a design consultant for 3D, video, Web, user-interface, and FileMaker Pro. He has appeared in Wired, The London Observer, CNET Radio's Mac Show Live, and Po Bronson's bestselling book, Nudist on the Late Shift. (He is not the nudist.)

Joseph Schorr (Chapter 9 co-author and Address Book coverage) is a frequent contributor to Macworld and a senior product manager at Extensis, Inc. He wrote Macworld's "Secrets" column for several years and co-authored six editions of Macworld Mac Secrets. He began collaborating with David Pogue in 1982—on musical comedies at Yale.

Chris Stone (author of Chapter 15 and Chapter 16) is the Senior Macintosh Systems Administrator at O'Reilly & Associates. Though at times it might appear otherwise, he really does love his wife Miho and sons Andy and J.J. (much) more than Macs and the San Francisco Giants. Email: cjstone@mac.com

Jason Snell (iChat, Simple Finder, and Inkwell sections) is the editor of Macworld magazine. He also edits the Web sites TeeVee (www.teevee.org) and InterText (www.intertext.com) and teaches at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. He lives in Mill Valley, California, with his wife and daughter.

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