Instruction Manual Summary

The manual was written in by Apple. The language is listed as follows: Instruction Manual English. The manual is applied to the following one product model as follows: PowerBook G4. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of powerbookg4_15inchoriggettingstarted.pdf has 88 pages with the file size of 4Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Instruction Manual Information

Brand:Apple
Category: Notebook Computer
Model:PowerBook G4
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 4Mb / 88 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: PowerBook G4 15-inch (Original): Getting Started (Manual)
Subject: 034-2010
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Author: Carol Gossard
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Producer: Acrobat Distiller 4.05 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Thu Mar 15 16:31:00 2001
ModDate: Wed Mar 16 10:37:50 2005
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Pages: 88
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File size: 4218668 bytes
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PDF version: 1.5

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • Contents

    • 1 Getting Started5
      • Plugging In the Computer6
      • Opening the Display7
      • Turning the Computer On8
      • Moving Items on the Screen9
      • Adjusting the Internal Display10
      • Where to Go From Here12
      • Calibrating Your Battery for Best Performance12
      • What to Do When You Are Finished Working13
    • 2 Getting to Know Your Computer15
      • Basic Features of Your PowerBook16
      • Additional Features of Your PowerBook18
      • Inside Your PowerBook20
      • Sherlock 2—Your Internet Search Detective22
      • iTools—Free Internet Services for Mac Users24
      • Apple.com—Your Starting Place on the World Wide Web26
      • QuickTime—Audio and Video on the Internet28
      • iMovie 2—Create and Edit Your Own Digital Movies30
      • iTunes—Digital Music For Your Mac32
      • Auto Updating—Automatically Keep Your Mac on the Cutting Edge34
      • Multiple Users—Turn One Mac Into Many36
      • Mac Help—Answers to All Your Macintosh Questions38
    • 3 Using Your Computer39
      • Universal Serial Bus (USB)40
      • FireWire42
      • PC Cards44
      • AirPort Wireless Internet and Networking45
      • Ethernet (10/100Base-T)46
      • Infrared (IrDA)47
      • External Video Support (VGA and S-Video)48
      • Battery51
      • DVD Drive54
      • Keyboard Controls and Programmable Function Keys56
      • Security Slot and Keyboard Lock58
    • 4 Working Inside Your Computer59
      • Installing Additional Memory60
      • Installing an AirPort Card67
    • 5 Troubleshooting75
      • Information in This Chapter75
      • Problems That Prevent You From Using Your Computer76
      • Other Problems78
      • Locating Your Product Serial Number78
    • Appendix A Specifications79
      • Apple System Profiler79
      • PowerBook Specifications80
    • Appendix B Care, Use, and Safety Information83
      • Cleaning Your PowerBook83
      • Carrying Your PowerBook83
      • Storing Your PowerBook83
      • Safety Instructions for Setting Up and Using Your Computer84
      • General Safety Instructions85
      • Ergonomics86
  • Getting Started

    • Plugging In the Computer
      • Connecting the Internal Modem
    • Opening the Display
    • Turning the Computer On
      • Problems Turning the Computer On?
    • Moving Items on the Screen
      • Tips for Using the Trackpad
    • Adjusting the Internal Display
      • Adjusting the Brightness
      • Adjusting the Display Resolution
      • About the Resolutions Supported by the Built-In Display
    • Where to Go From Here
    • Calibrating Your Battery for Best Performance
    • What to Do When You Are Finished Working
      • Put Your PowerBook to Sleep
      • Shut Down Your PowerBook
  • Getting to Know Your Computer

    • If You Are New to the Mac
    • In This Chapter
    • Basic Features of Your PowerBook
    • Additional Features of Your PowerBook
    • Inside Your PowerBook
    • Sherlock 2—Your Internet Search Detective
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • iTools—Free Internet Services for Mac Users
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
    • Apple.com—Your Starting Place on the World Wide Web
    • QuickTime—Audio and Video on the Internet
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • iMovie 2—Create and Edit Your Own Digital Movies
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • iTunes—Digital Music For Your Mac
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • Auto Updating—Automatically Keep Your Mac on the Cutting Edge
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • Multiple Users—Turn One Mac Into Many
      • What You Can Do
      • To Get Started
      • Tips and Tricks
      • To Learn More
    • Mac Help—Answers to All Your Macintosh Questions
  • Using Your Computer

    • Universal Serial Bus (USB)
      • Using USB Devices
      • USB Devices and Battery Power
      • Using Multiple USB Devices at the Same Time
      • For More Information on USB
    • FireWire
      • Using FireWire Devices
      • FireWire Devices and Battery Power
      • FireWire Target Disk Mode
      • For More Information on FireWire
    • PC Cards
      • Inserting and Ejecting a PC Card
      • For More Information on PC Cards
    • AirPort Wireless Internet and Networking
      • How AirPort Provides Wireless Internet Access
      • For More Information on AirPort
    • Ethernet (10/100Base-T)
      • For More Information on Using Ethernet
    • Infrared (IrDA)
      • Making an Infrared Connection
      • For More Information on Infrared
    • External Video Support (VGA and S-Video)
      • Connecting an External Monitor
      • Using Your PowerBook With the Display Closed
      • Connecting a Television, VCR, or Other Video Device
      • For More Information on Using an External Monitor or TV
    • Battery
      • Removing and Replacing the Battery
      • Swapping Batteries While the Computer Is in Sleep
      • Charging a Battery
      • Calibrating a New Battery for Best Performance
      • Battery-Saving Tips
      • For More Information on Your PowerBook Battery
    • DVD Drive
      • Inserting Discs
      • Ejecting a Disc From the DVD Drive
      • Playing DVD Discs
      • For More Information on Your DVD Drive
    • Keyboard Controls and Programmable Function Keys
      • Assigning Programmable Function Keys
      • Using the Standard Function Keys
      • Using the Embedded Numeric Keypad
      • For More Information on Keyboard Controls
    • Security Slot and Keyboard Lock
      • For More Information on Security Options
  • Working Inside Your Computer

    • Installing Additional Memory
      • Installing Additional RAM
      • Making Sure Your Computer Recognizes the New Memory
    • Installing an AirPort Card
  • Troubleshooting

    • Information in This Chapter
    • Problems That Prevent You From Using Your Computer
    • Other Problems
    • Locating Your Product Serial Number
  • Specifications

    • Apple System Profiler
    • PowerBook Specifications
  • Care, Use, and Safety Information

    • Cleaning Your PowerBook
      • Cleaning Your PowerBook Display
    • Carrying Your PowerBook
    • Storing Your PowerBook
    • Safety Instructions for Setting Up and Using Your Computer
      • Plugging In the Power Adapter
      • Connecting a Phone Line to the Internal Modem
      • Using Your PowerBook
    • General Safety Instructions
    • Ergonomics
  • Communications, Telephone, and Modem Regulation Information

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