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NO Missing CD for "Switching to the Mac Leopard Edition"

No access to "Missing CD" for 'Switching to the Mac Leopard Edition" in my O'Reilly account.
No links appear to exist for Missing CD as stated in book.
Yes, I purchased and registered the book on my O'Reilly account (mikemckown@mac.com).
Thanks for a quick response.
Regards,
Mike

mikemckown@mac.com
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  • That page is available at http://missingmanuals.com/cds/switchm...

    There are also a number of useful links on the Missing CD page for Mac OS X: The Missing Manual, Leopard Edition at http://missingmanuals.com/cds/macxleo...
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    I was hoping to find out the answer to iPhoto (and other) applications listed in Chapter 16 of the book. I too purchased the "switching to mac" book and am trying to find the answers using the "missing manuals online". All I find is more books to buy! As a windows user I can view photos on my external hard drive (500GB) without importing them all to my internal windows hard drive. I can't find anyway to use iPhoto to do that- it keeps wanting me to import all my photos before it will display any photos. This seems like a basic thing to explain to "switchers". Just how do we find a way to let the various MAC applications "link" to the files on our external drives. I can find nothing on the FILE menus of the iPhoto application, nothing on the Apple website, nothing in the book I bought and nothing in these "missing manuals". I do wish to thank you for the ability to post here and hope you can direct me to the page(es) in the book (Leopard edition) where it might explain this.
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