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Many thanks to all those who helped with this book, including my students, who always help me see technical issues through beginners' eyes, and Murray Summers, whose technical edits provided a comfortable safety net to protect me from any embarrassing gaffes. (Thanks to Danilo Celic, too, whose contributions as technical editor for the previous edition of this book still shine through.)
Of course, without the hard work of the Dreamweaver team, this book wouldn't have been possible.
Finally, thanks to David Pogue whose unflagging enthusiasm and endurance is inspiring; my wife, Scholle, for always being there; my mom and Doug; Mary and David; and Phyllis and Les, whose enthusiasm for this project never failed to encourage me.
桪avid Sawyer McFarland
The Missing Manual series is a joint venture between Pogue Press梩he dream team introduced on these pages梐nd O'Reilly & Associates, one of the most respected publishers on earth. It's only because Tim O'Reilly and his team had the vision to take a gamble on this concept that this book came into existence.
Thanks, too, to agent David Rogelberg; David Sawyer McFarland, who was not only a dream author but who performed an eleventh-hour "beta read" of his own; Tom and Johnna Dinse for their masterful indexing talent; Jennifer Barber, Chuck Brandstater, Kate Briggs, John Cacciatore, Laura Chavanne, Danny Marcus, and Sada Preisch for their proofreading smarts; and the other Pogues桱ennifer, Kelly, and Tia梬ho make this series, and everything else, possible.
The Missing Manual Series
Missing Manual books are designed to be superbly written guides to computer products that don't come with printed manuals (which is just about all of them). Each book features a handcrafted index, cross-references to specific page numbers (not just "see Chapter 14"), and an ironclad promise never to use an apostrophe in the possessive word its. Current and upcoming titles include:
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