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I just finished building a computer and thought this would be a good chance to try out Linux mandrake before I wholesale gave my life to windows.  I have far too many questions for this forum about this program but what I do need is a good site that explains how to manipulate the graphical environment without using code.      

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What do you mean. Be more precise
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Hi montree,

check out the following sites:

http://www.kde.org/documentation/
http://doc.mandrakelinux.com/MandrakeLinux/100/en/Starter.html/lin4begin-use-kde-gnome.html

http://www.linux-mandrake.com/en/fdoc.php3

Also, I surgest you just play around with mandrake you'll pick up the basics in no time.
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