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Part: III Making It Work Together > Data Management: Desk Accessories, Address ...

Chapter 13. Data Management: Desk Accessories, Address Book, iCal, and iSync

IN THIS CHAPTER:

94 Access Your Desk Accessories (Dashboard)

95 Add a Person to Your Address Book

96 Synchronize with an Exchange or Directory Server

97 Create an iCal Event

98 Subscribe to a Shared iCal Calendar

99 Publish Your iCal Calendar

100 Synchronize Your Information Using .Mac

101 Synchronize Your Palm PDA and Other Devices

Modern computing involves a lot more than simply running applications and browsing the Web. These days, the Internet lifestyle includes not just the computer on your desk, but your laptop, your other computer at work, your Personal Digital Assistant (PDA), your iPod, your cellular phone—a whole belt full of devices that all serve to organize the ocean of digital information that washes around you. Hundreds of names, email addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, scheduled events, Internet bookmarks, and other pieces of assorted data flood through your head as well as your computer—and every one of your devices, including multiple computers if you have them, can all use the same kinds of data. Your cell phone and PDA can both store directories of contacts and scheduled items—and wouldn't it be great if those directories could match what's stored in your computer?


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