I'm looking for recommendations for a tutorial-style guide to Macs and Mac OS X. My wife loves her iBook, but only knows how to use a handful of applications (e.g. Mail, Safari and Word). She doesn't know how to do a lot of the other basic things that most of us take for granted: tasks related to file management, copying and pasting between applications, that sort of thing. I have David Pogue's Missing Manual for Mac OS X (a great book IMO) but that's just not something that's she's going to sit down and read. Her attention span is nonexistent when it comes to even remotely technical books. She's tried to describe to me what kind of guide she's looking for. When we bought her new car (an Accord) last year, it came with the standard owner's manual as well as a very short sort of flip chart that summarized all of the car's operations. Now, she will probably never read the former, but she did take the time to sit down and look through the latter. She's looking for something along those lines, a guide that succinctly describes how to get things done. I have the feeling that a big part of the appeal is that she's rewarded with quick feedback from a guide like that -- just (1) do this, then (2) do this, and finally (3) do that, and you will have burned a CD with backups of your documents. Or something like that. All advice is welcome.