Download Mac OS X Lion: A Quick Reference Guide to Mastering your Mac by Robin Williams, John Tollett PDF

By Robin Williams, John Tollett

Mac OS X Lion: Peachpit studying Series
Peachpit studying sequence | 2011 | 480 Pages | ISBN: 0321777018 | PDF | 14 MB

The most up-to-date replace of Robin Williams bestselling advisor can have you operating miracles very quickly with Mac OS X Lion. With this e-book, you could study on your personal method, even if it's operating during the classes from begin to end, leaping directly to step by step workouts approximately new positive factors, or taking a look up simply what you must be aware of at that second.

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N Click the x in the upper-left corner of the Quick Look window. ” 21 Lesson 1 Introduction to the Mac OS X Desktop Use the dock The Dock is that strip of icons across the bottom of the screen*. The specific icons that appear in the Dock will change as you open and close applications, view photos, or customize what’s in the Dock. “Hover” your mouse over an icon (position the pointer and hold it there, but don’t click) to see a label appear that tells you the name of the application or file. n To open an application or document from the Dock, single-click its icon.

Then you can easily open it with a single click. n To remove any icon from the Dock, press on it with the mouse and drag it upward, off the Dock. Let go of the mouse and the icon will disappear in a poof of smoke. This doesn’t hurt anything! Never will you delete any original item by removing its icon from the Dock. ” n To add a web page, open your browser application, Safari (see Lesson 7 about Safari). Go to the web page that you want to have easy access to in your Dock. Drag the tiny icon that you see on the left of the web page address in the location field (circled, below) and drop it in the Dock—on the right side of the dividing line.

The Path Bar shows another view of the path to the selected file. Double-click any folder shown in the Path Bar (or in the Column view) to open it. You won’t see additional columns to the right until you single-click a folder or a file— then a new column to the right appears to display the contents of that folder or a preview of the file. A triangle indicates that file is a folder that can contain other files. ” In “robin,” I selected the folder “Documents” (I clicked once on it) and in that folder I selected “The Shakespeare Papers,” and in that folder I selected “past issues” and then selected a pdf document.

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