Maple is computer algebra software that can perform symbolic computation as well as numerical computation, graphics, programming, and more. This guide provides a quick introduction on how to use Maple, covering releases 7, 8, and 9. Readers will find the basic information that almost every user of the software should know. Each chapter defines relevant commands, addresses their syntax, and incorporates basic examples. Five appendices are also included that explain how to work in the Maple worksheet environment, use certain input features, create customized Maple packages, learn more about Calculus, and work with scientific units and constants.