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Sync Smarter with 'Take Control of Syncing Data in Leopard'

by Adam C. Engst

With clear directions and a humorous touch, "Take Control of Syncing Data in Leopard [1]" explains how to sync data from a Mac running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard with a variety of devices from Apple and other companies. Whether you want to sync phone numbers between your Mac and your mobile phone, share calendars and keychains between Macs, or move only new podcast episodes to a small iPod, syncing expert Michael Cohen has the answers. You'll learn what software and gear you need and the best ways to move your data between different devices. The ebook also explains how syncing works under the hood and provides troubleshooting advice in case your sync engine throws a rod.

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Michael Cohen's "Take Control of Syncing Data in Leopard" costs $10, or you can save 20 percent by buying it with a related title.