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Throughout this book you ll see phrases such as open the File menu These tell you to click a menu in the menu bar (the File menu) in order to open it
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The Dock, which appears at the bottom of the screen by default, contains icons for frequently used applications, documents, and folders Understand the Dock, below, shows you how to understand the icons on the Dock and work with them
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A desktop icon represents an application, file, or folder that can be started or opened Double-click a desktop icon to open or activate it
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The mouse pointer, or simply the pointer, shows where the mouse is pointing Move the mouse to move the pointer
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When you position the Dock vertically on the left or right of the screen, application shortcuts appear above the divider bar, folder and document shortcuts appear below the divider bar, and the Trash appears at the bottom
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Understand the Dock
The Dock is divided into two parts by a divider bar that looks like the white stripe down the middle of a road Shortcuts to applications appear to the left of the divider bar Shortcuts to folders and documents appear to the right of the divider bar, together with an icon for each open window you ve minimized (reduced to an icon) The Trash appears at the right end of the Dock
Dock divider bar Document icon
Application icons
Each running application has a dot under its icon
Folder icons
Minimized window icon
Trash icon
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UICKSTEPS
STARTING AN APPLICATION
The method for starting an application depends on where the application icon is located The alternatives are: ON THE DESKTOP
To identify an icon, hover the mouse pointer over it for a moment, and Mac OS X will display its name
Double-click the application icon, or alias, on the desktop Alternatively, double-click the icon for a document to open it in the application associated with it ON THE DOCK
Click an icon to open an application, folder, or document, or to restore a minimized window to its previous size
Click the application icon on the Dock Alternatively, click the icon for a document on the Dock to open it in the associated application ON THE
Use the Apple Menu
The menu provides instant access to system-wide commands for Mac OS X These are the key items on the menu:
RECENT ITEMS SUBMENU 1 Open the menu
2 Highlight (move the mouse pointer over) Recent
Items to display the submenu
Software Update runs the Software Update application, which checks automatically for updates to Mac OS X and major applications System Preferences displays the System Preferences window, which contains icons for configuring most aspects of Mac OS X The Dock submenu contains commands for quickly configuring the Dock s position and behavior The Location submenu lets you switch quickly between sets of settings for different network locations For example, you might switch between settings for your office and settings for home This submenu appears only when you ve created different network locations The Recent Items submenu (see Figure 1-4) contains entries for the last ten applications and the last ten documents you ve used Force Quit displays the Force Quit Applications window, which you can use to close an application that has stopped responding See Quit an Application When It Goes Wrong in 5 for instructions on using Force Quit Sleep, Restart, Shut Down, and Log Out provide you with ways to leave your Mac See Leave Mac OS X, later in this chapter, for details
3 Click the item for the application or document you
want to open (see Figure 1-4) If you choose a document on the menu, Mac OS X opens the document in the application associated with it IN YOUR APPLICATIONS FOLDER
1 Click the desktop to activate the Finder 2 Open the Go menu in the menu bar 3 Click Applications A Finder window opens
showing your Applications folder
4 Double-click the application s icon
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Use a Window
When you start an application or open a folder, the application or folder appears in a window on your screen, as does the Applications window in Figure 1-5 Each window has a number of features that are identified in Figure 1-5 and referred to in the rest of this book:
Figure 1-4: The Recent Items submenu on the menu lets you quickly open any of the last applications, documents, or servers you ve used
The title bar contains the name of the application or folder in the window and is used to drag the window around the screen
The toolbar contains tools related to the contents of the window Click a tool to use it You can toggle the toolbar on and off by clicking the gray button at the right end of the toolbar The detail pane displays the principal object of the window, such as files, folders, applications, documents, or images The status bar provides messages and information about what is displayed or selected in the window Many applications let you display and hide the status bar by using commands on the View menu The sizing handle allows the window to be sized diagonally, increasing or decreasing its height and width as you drag The vertical scroll bar lets you move the contents of the pane vertically within the window so that you can see information, further up or further down the window, that wasn t displayed within the detail pane
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