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I just recently acquired a couple of Powerbooks - a G3/233Mhz and a 3400c. However, they didn't come with any manuals. I can continue to just keep pushing buttons and see what they do, but I wouldn't mind having those "About your Macintosh" manuals kicking around just to know the 'books a bit better.

Does anyone have these? Anyone willing to give/sell/photocopy them for me? Or, are there any good books or web resources I can turn to?

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I highly recommend the "for dummies" books as a source of information. They are a quick reference with a bit of humour thrown in. Especially the OS9/10 ones. They are a life saver. If you want manuals, try Ron W here on the board, or download them from the Apple site. I beleive under the support tab there is a heading for manuals.
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