Designed to help Mac users fight information overload by storing and indexing digital documents and clippings of all sorts, including scanned paper bills and receipts, DEVONthink provides all the tools necessary to organize, find, and view vast amounts of stored data. Written by Joe Kissell and created in collaboration with DEVONtechnologies, LLC, the ebook explains DEVONthink's core concepts and guides readers through many aspects of putting DEVONthink to work.
Kissell teaches readers how to:
Questions answered in the book include:
The ebook covers all three editions of DEVONthink 2: DEVONthink Pro Office, DEVONthink Professional, and DEVONthink Personal, and it is completely up-to-date with today's release of DEVONthink 2.0.2.
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Joe Kissell has written many ebooks in the Take Control series. He's also a senior contributor to Macworld and Senior Editor of TidBITS. His June 2008 Macworld article, "Empty Your Inbox," won the award for best how-to article from American Business Media's 2009 Neal Awards. Although he is a native English speaker, Joe currently resides in Paris.
For more information about the book, including table of contents, index, author bios, and cover graphic, see: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/9781615420490
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