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These books are all written by tech experts with useful explanations and clear instructions. Download them right away — or have a CD shipped to you. When you click the ‘Buy Now’ button, you will be connected to the publisher’s site to complete your purchase.  Purchase with confidence using your credit card or PayPal.  The charge will appear on your statement as ‘eSellerate’.  Titles are updated occasionally, so please check back for new topics.


Head into the wilds of Sierra with confidence! Mac expert Scholle McFarland will guide you through new Sierra features like Siri, app tabs, Desktop and Documents folder syncing, Optimized Storage, Universal Clipboard, and Picture in Picture. Our favorite chapter is “Discover the Little Things in Sierra,” which covers the tiny changes that make a big difference. Version 1.1. 139 pages.

$ 15.00


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Take control of the many tentacles of iCloud as you learn the best ways to save and share photos, work with iCloud Drive, view media on different devices, secure your account, find a missing device, and more. The fifth edition of this best-selling book has the advice you need to avoid problems and get the most out of iCloud. Written by Joe Kissell. Version 5.0.  182 pages.

$ 15.00


Wouldn’t you feel better knowing that if you were suddenly incapacitated, your family could access your important online accounts, like banking, email, and social media? So much of our lives exists only in digital form, but until now there hasn’t been any calm, detailed advice to help people preserve their digital legacies.  This book will help you to identify your key digital assets, plan for what you want to happen, develop a “digital will,” and preserve your data for posterity.  Tech expert Joe Kissell provides advice on dealing with large quantities of data, file formats, media types, the need for a “digital executor,” and more. 127 pages. Version 1.0.

$ 15.00


Do you ever feel as though your email is out of control? Email expert Joe Kissell helps you become more productive with Apple Mail in 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9, providing essential advice for Gmail, iCloud, IMAP, and Exchange accounts. Joe reveals hidden interface elements, explains how to customize Mail, shares his award-winning email management strategy, demystifies encrypted email, and solves common problems. Version 3.0.  207 pages.

$ 20.00

iPhone + iPad Security

For anyone who has wondered about the safety of their iPhone or iPad. This ebook teaches you how to control your privacy and protect your data on Wi-Fi and cellular/mobile networks.  It also covers tracking an iOS device, content-blocking Safari extensions, using AirDrop and AirPlay, and solving connection problems. By Glenn Fleishman. 177 pages. Version 1.0.

$ 15.00


Quickly master all the features of iOS 10 on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch! Get up to speed with extensive coverage of iOS 10’s key enhancements, including the new Lock screen, Widget screen, and Home app. Also covers the new changes to the keyboard, Messages, Control Center, Mail, Maps, Photos, Safari, and more. Version 1.0.1.  143 pages

$ 15.00


Get the most out of Apple’s Photos app in macOS Sierra and iOS 10, and even on an Apple TV! The book helps you understand Photos’ new machine-learning features like Categories and Memories, also how to import old libraries, set up iCloud Photo Library, organize and edit photos, share photos online, create projects such as cards and calendars, and much more. Written by Jason Snell, publisher of Six Colors and former Macworld lead editor. 74 pages. Version 1.0.1.

$ 15.00


Password overload has driven many of us to take dangerous shortcuts. If you think ZombieCat12 is a secure password, that you can safely reuse a password, or that no one would try to steal your password…think again! Overcome password frustration with expert advice from Joe Kissell! 149 pages. Version 2.0.

$ 15.00


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Whether you’re already among the millions of people who sync and share files with Dropbox or you plan to join their ranks soon, this ebook will teach you about the many features—especially the non-obvious ones!—that make Dropbox an exceptionally useful and popular Internet service for transferring files and collaborating with colleagues. 151 pages. Version 2.0.

$ 10.00


Work effectively in Apple’s Pages word processor with essential guidance from author Michael E. Cohen. You’ll learn the best ways to create short and long documents, master the layout tools, and handle compatibility and iCloud Drive, whether you want to work in Pages 5 for Mac, Pages 2 for iOS, Pages for iCloud, or a combination of those apps. 266 pages. Version 1.0.

$ 20.00


This FAQ-style ebook explains importing, tagging, organizing, playing, sharing, and more. This book is for people who want to get the most out of your audio, video, and book collections in iTunes 12. You’ll also learn the best way to transfer media to an iPad, iPhone, or iPod. Covers Apple Music! By iTunes expert Kirk McElhearn.  Version 1.3. 251 pages.

$ 15.00


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Work quickly, confidently, and effectively in Numbers 3.5 with Sharon Zardetto’s detailed instructions. Input, calculate, sort, filter, format, and chart your data with ease as you learn not just the basics but also special tricks and power-user features. For those who want more than a friendly reference guide, the book provides a hands-on example spreadsheet and a tutorial chapter. 330 pages. Version 1.0.

$ 20.00


Need to make a presentation? Drawing on years of experience speaking in front of large crowds, Joe Kissell is here to help with everything from figuring out what to say, planning your slides, working effectively in Keynote, mastering complex Keynote features, and ensuring that your presentation doesn’t suffer from technical glitches. 168 pages. Version 1.0.

$ 15.00


Release your inner geek and learn to harness the power of the Unix underpinnings to Mac OS X! This 167-page ebook from Joe Kissell explains everything you need to know to become comfortable working on the command line in Terminal, and provides numerous “recipes” for performing useful tasks that can be tricky from a graphical interface. Version 2.1.1. 167 pages.

$ 15.00