By Robin Williams
Adopting a back-to-the-basics procedure, this bestselling little Mac vintage has been revised and overhauled to introduce clients to OS X Lion. within the light, pleasant, humorous variety that generations of desktop clients have come to grasp and love, writer Robin Williams exhibits readers how you can dive in and begin operating with the Mac and OS X Lion. This full-color little ebook walks readers via all the key new beneficial properties together with Multi-Touch Gestures, Launchpad, challenge keep an eye on, the App shop, Mail, and masses extra. utilizing basic, jargon-free reasons introduced in logical, easy-to-follow sections, Robin is a brand new user's own advisor, training and inspiring readers as they research their method round the magic of the Mac and OS X Lion.
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In the short exercises that follow, you舗ll experiment with viewing the windows in different views. Icon View Below you see a Finder window in Icon View. As you know by now, each icon represents a file of some sort舒it might be a document, a folder, an application, a disk, a song, or something else. Exercise 1: Experiment with views and with Icon View. 1 If you don舗t have a Finder window open, single-click the 舠Finder舡 icon (shown to the right). 舡 The contents of the Applications folder appear in the window pane, as shown above.
On a Magic Mouse, use two fingers and lightly tap in the middle of the mouse. This puts you into Mission Control, as explained in Chapter 12. 2 To go back to the Finder screen, swipe three fingers down on the trackpad, or tap twice with two fingers on the mouse. There are many gestures you can use to scroll up and down through a web page, or left and right to view different pages. You can triple-tap on a word to find its definition, rotate images with your fingers, and more. To turn gestures on or off and to see little videos describing how to use them, use the Mouse or the Trackpad preferences; see page 170 on how to access the System Preferences, and choose the Mouse or the Trackpad option, depending of course on what you舗re using.
If you accidentally click the yellow button, don舗t worry舒all you did was 舠minimize舡 the window into the Dock (which we舗ll talk about in Chapter 4); just click the Finder icon in the Dock again to bring the window back. If you click the green button, it will enlarge or reduce the size of the window. Double-click A double-click is a quick click-click on the front end of the mouse or the bottom of the trackpad, again with the pointer located at the appropriate spot on the screen. A double-click has to be quick and the mouse must be still or the Mac will interpret it as two single clicks.
The Little MAC Book: Lion Edition by Robin Williams