Introducing Macintosh System 7.5. It can upgrade your career.
Avoid lines when working on your network. You can print documents simply
by using icons on your desktop. To print a file, just drag it onto
a printer icon. To change printers, just drop the file onto a different printer icon.
Macintosh PC Exchange™.
It’s built in, so now you can easily share documents with DOS and Windows
users, view the contents of DOS disks as if they came from another Mac, and open and
edit files even when you don’t have the applications they were created in.
Faster and easier access to items in your Apple menu. Track and retrieve your most
recently used applications, documents and servers more quickly. Create convenient,
on-screen notes with new electronic Stickies.™
Learn by doing. Apple Guide can teach you how to use your Macintosh and
new applications by walking you through tasks and procedures step by step.
On-screen instructions literally point to and highlight the step being described.
Keep track of how to communicate with people. This single mailbox automatically combines
and sorts all your incoming and outgoing mail – including on-line services,
e-mail, voice mail, faxes and other messages.
You know those tasks you repeat over and over? With AppleScript, you can automate
a series of actions you perform frequently and repeat them with a single
keystroke. Leaving more room for work – and less room for error.
Today, everybody keeps telling you to work smarter, not harder.
Wouldn’t it be nice if someone finally told you how?
Introducing Macintosh® System 7.5. The latest, greatest version of
the Macintosh operating system. A series of more
than 50 refinements, enhancements and improvements that will do more than
simply change the way your Macintosh personal computer works – they’ll
change the way you work.
Making you more productive than ever.
For starters, Macintosh System 7.5 enables you to collaborate with
others much more effectively.
It speeds up repetitive tasks, makes it possible to send and receive mail
from a variety of sources through a single mailbox, lets you swap files with
PCs and allows you to open Macintosh, DOS and Windows documents – even
when you don’t have the applications used to create them.
When it’s time to print, you can do so quickly by using simple icons
right on your desktop.
You can even teach yourself how to use your Mac™ and new applications with
the Apple® Guide, as it literally walks you through procedures,
step by step.
Ultimately, it’s all about giving you more of everything you buy a Macintosh
for in the first place. More power. More performance. More simplicity. More Macintosh.
For the name and location of an authorized Apple software reseller near you,
call 800-538-9696, ext. 250.
Because with the new power of Macintosh, there’s really no telling how far
you’ll be able to go.
The power to be your best.®
NAME: Chris Wolfe
DATE PREPARED: 9-8-94
TITLE: Product Manager
DEPARTMENT: Account Management
[ ] Commendable
[ ] Satisfactory
[ ] Needs Improvement
Chris has become an indispensable member of the account team. He has
demonstrated a high level of motivation and enthusiasm for the job.
Perhaps the most compelling evidence of this can be found in his ability to work
independently, where he picks up new tasks easily with little need for
supervision or instruction. He consistently recognizes and works around
obstacles to maintain productivity. Consequently, he often completes
assignments ahead of schedule. At a time when collaboration is more critical than
ever, Chris has also proven to be an excellent team player. He works effectively
with coworkers on projects where teamwork is essential, and can easily
motivate and inspire others to achieve. When delegating tasks, his thoughts are
well organized and his ideas clearly articulated – an indication of
his excellent communication skills. His projects are all distinguished by
an attention to detail. His conclusions are always sound and logical. And
he excels in time management, effectively compiling and analyzing information. He
always manages to work efficiently, setting an example for effort throughout the
company. Promotion and appropriate compensation are recommended at this time.
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