By Bob LeVitus
The bestselling Mac advisor, up to date for the newest Mac OS X and now in complete color!Mac OS X Lion represents a brand new period within the Mac working approach. This pleasant consultant is absolutely up-to-date for the most recent Mac OS X and gives every little thing new Mac clients and clients upgrading to Mac OS X Lion want to know. A bestseller in past versions, Mac OS X Lion For Dummies covers the entire cool stuff and prepares you for the quirks. So even if it is your first Mac or simply an OS improve, you are going to learn how to tame your Lion with the professional recommendation of Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus and Dummies.Covers utilizing the Finder, customizing Lion, including widgets to the Dashboard, organizing and coping with records and folders, looking with highlight, and dealing with SpacesExplores searching the net with Safari, utilizing Apple Mail and iCal, connecting a printer, appearing backups with Time computer, troubleshooting, and establishing a networkWalks readers throughout the new good points of Mac OS X Lion, together with FaceTime, picture sales space, Launchpad, challenge keep an eye on, Full-screen apps, and moreGets you up and working with iTunes, downloading enjoyable apps from the Mac App shop, and staying entertained with video clips, pictures, and different multimediaYou'll make your Lion roar with the pleasant suggestion in Mac OS X Lion For Dummies.
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The bestselling Mac advisor, up-to-date for the newest Mac OS X and now in complete colour! Mac OS X Lion represents a brand new period within the Mac working procedure. This pleasant consultant is absolutely up-to-date for the newest Mac OS X and offers every little thing new Mac clients and clients upgrading to Mac OS X Lion want to know. A bestseller in past versions, Mac OS X Lion For Dummies covers the entire cool stuff and prepares you for the quirks.
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Control+clicking is the same as right-clicking a Windows system and displays a menu (called a contextual menu) where you Control+clicked. In fact, if you’re blessed with a two-or-more-button mouse such as the Apple Magic Mouse, you can right-click and avoid having to hold down the Control key. Drag: Dragging something usually means you have to click it first and hold down the mouse button. Then you move the mouse on your desk or mouse pad so that the cursor and whatever you select move across the screen.
Although I’d love to tell you all about each and every one, I have only so many pages at my disposal. If you need more info on the programs I don’t cover, may I (again) recommend Mac OS X Lion All-in-One For Dummies, written by Mark L. Chambers, or iLife All-in-One For Dummies, written by my old friends Tony Bove and Cheryl Rhodes (both from Wiley). A Safety Net for the Absolute Beginner (Or Any User) In the following sections, I deal with the stuff that Mac OS X Help doesn’t cover — or doesn’t cover in nearly enough detail.
From the mouse to the Desktop, from menus, windows, and icons to the snazzy-but-helpful Dock, it’s all here. A lot of what you need to know to navigate the depths of OS X safely (and sanely) and perform basic tasks can be found in this part. And although old-timers might just want to skim it, newcomers should probably read every word. Twice. Part II: Lion Taming (or “Organization for Smart People”): In this part, I build on the basics of Part I and really get you revving with your Mac. Here, I cover additional topics that every Mac user needs to know, coupled with some hands-on, step-by-step instructions.
Mac OS X Lion for Dummies by Bob LeVitus