Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus


How to Become a Mac OS X Power User


OSXFAQ.COM proudly presents: How to Become a Mac OS X Power User, an all-day workshop with bestselling author Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus “Guaranteed to make you more productive with Mac OS X or your money back"

Power User (pou'er yoo'zer) n. 1. Someone who uses a Macintosh better, faster, or more elegantly than you do. 2. Someone who can answer Macintosh-related questions you can't.

Being a power user means finding faster, easier, and better ways of doing things, as well as knowing what to do if an emergency arises—that’s what Dr. Mac delivers in this full-day seminar.

You’ll learn...

  • Tips, techniques, and advice to master Mac OS X and the Finder quickly and painlessly.
  • To tweak and fine-tune Mac OS X for YOUR NEEDS.
  • To do more work in less time and with less effort.
  • To organize your disk (or disks and/or volumes) for maximum productivity.
  • To troubleshoot most common Mac OS X snafus.
  • To back up system disks and data files safely and successfully.
  • About the best shareware, freeware, and commercial programs to make using Mac OS X even better.

Who should attend: Any user who wants to master Mac OS X and unleash more of its awesome power as quickly as possible.

Why Dr. Mac?
Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus is one of the world's leading authorities on Mac OS X and the best-selling author of 38 books including Dr. Mac: The OS X Files (or "How to Become a Mac OS X Power User") and Mac OS X For Dummies. He is the Senior Editor of OSXFAQ, also pens the “Dr. Mac” column for the Houston Chronicle each week, and has touched many a funny bone with his humorous series of Macintosh books such as Stupid Mac Tricks.

That entertaining style combined with his talent for translating "computer-ese" into everyday language has helped "The Doctor" become one of the most sought-after and popular speakers at industry trade show such as Macworld Expo.

"Bob LeVitus is one of the best speakers ever to grace a Macworld Expo Podium fully prepared, fully entertaining, and consistently full of new, useful, and fascinating facts for our audiences." — Peggy Kilburn, Former Conference Director of Macworld Expo/North America

Attendees of those trade shows and his popular seminars have found that they learn more about computers, and learn faster, when the material is presented in an entertaining style. But what makes Bob stand out in the extensive field of computer trainers is his ability to pass along a vast wealth of information while always keeping the audience's interest.

Day after day, year after year, Bob reviews, tests, uses and abuses thousands of hardware and software products for the Macintosh. He does all those hours of research so you don't have to. And he'll help you save money by working smarter.

"On a scale of 1 to 5, I rate it a 10!" — James Kling, Houston's Children's Museum

"(Bob) knows his stuff. He doesn't make a silly question feel silly." — Ellen Warren, Northern Telecom, Inc.

"Great seminar! Well worth my time. Thanks very much!" — Ken Hampton, Marathon Oil

"Very informative...will benefit both my work and home use." — Allan Fung, Naval Facilities Engineering Command

"An excellent presenter...clear, considerate, non-threatening. I couldn't believe it. I actually understood what was going on!" — Thelma Austin, World African Network

"The Power User seminar was wonderful. And Bob was thoroughly entertaining. I immediately found myself saving at least one hour a day...the Power Tips are always next to my Mac." — Krista Portincasa, McDonnell-Douglas

"LeVitus is good!" — Bob Bellus, Seagram Classics Wine Co.

No BS guarantee
If you don't feel this workshop is worth every penny you paid, just inform us anytime prior to the lunch break (the workshop's mid-point) and we'll cheerfully refund your money.

Dr. Mac’s workshop is also available to companies, other user groups, schools, and other organizations. It’s a cost-effective solution to the OS X training dilemma, and content for custom workshops can easily be modified to suit your organization’s training needs.

This is a EXTRA Special Deal For The North Bay Mac User Groups: $99 (Non-MUG: $299)

Brought To / Sponsored By: NCMUG

To Register:
Go to: http://www.osxfaq.com/Seminars/DrMac/NCMUG/

When:
Saturday June 8th, 2002 - 9:00 am Til 6:00pm

Where:
Rohnert Park Senior Center
6800 Hunter Drive, Suite A Rohnert Park, California 94928