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MacBook Air Basicsby Jennifer Scypinski
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Spotlight search www.youtube.com A tutorial for Barrington High School staff on using the spotlight search on their new Macbook Airs
Wi-fi: Click on this icon to check the status of your Wi-Fi connection.
<div>Click here to find out what is new in Mac OS</div>
Mac App Store www.apple.com macOS is designed to take full advantage of the capabilities in every Mac. It’s easy to use, comes with amazing apps, and helps protect your data.
Introduction to Finder www.youtube.com Tutorial for Barrington High School District 220 staff on how to use the Dock on their new MacBook Airs.
System Preferences: set-up printers, change displays, add accounts... www.youtube.com If you are familiar with the "Control Panel" on the PC then you are going to want to learn all about "System Prefferecnes" on the Mac. If you dont know what ...
The Dock holds your favorite apps, documents, and folders support.apple.com The Dock is a convenient place to access the apps you use the most.
Launchpad: View installed apps support.apple.com The Dock is a convenient place to access the apps you use the most.
Trackpad: Go to System Preferences > Trackpad. Experiment, learn, & customize the various gestures & actions. (note that the trackpad is 1-piece, undivided - slightly different than the image)
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MacBook Air Quick Start Guide manuals.info.apple.com
Save = command+S
Screenshot of selected area = command+shift+4 Screenshot of selected window = comman+shift+4+spacebar
Undo last action = command+z
Cut = command+x
Copy = command+c
Paste = command+v
In a browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, Firefox), 0pen a new tab = command+t
Screenshot of the entire screen = command+shift+3
Close the current program = command+q
Print = command+p
Shows desktop = command+F3
10 Coolest Keyboard Shortcuts That You Never Knew About www.techradar.com We don't need no stinking mouse
OSX Keyboard Shortcuts support.apple.com
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