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Part IV: The Technologies of Mac OS X > Graphics, Fonts, and Printing

Chapter 13. Graphics, Fonts, and Printing

The Macintosh may be only the five-percent solution in the mainstream business world, but in the graphics and printing industries, it's the 800-pound gorilla. You'd better believe that when Apple designed Mac OS X, it worked very hard to keep its graphics and printing fans happy.

This chapter tackles printing, faxing, fonts, graphics, and ColorSync. It also covers PDF (Acrobat) files, which Mac OS X uses as an everyday exchange format—one of the biggest perks in Mac OS X.


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