This training is going to be your guide as we tour your new Apple computer. <br />It is here to try to make learning this ...
ABOUT BTOP<br />The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunicatio...
FINDER<br />Let’s take a look at what is going to be in our lesson ahead<br /><ul><li> Anatomy of the Finder window
 A brief description of each part
 Finder view options
 Features within the Finder window</li></li></ul><li>FINDER<br />Getting Started In Finder:<br />Opening Finder<br /><ul><...
 Click on Finder icon
 A new window will pop open on screen
 This new window is your Finder window. Most of this lesson will </li></ul>  be focusing on this part of your new Apple co...
FINDER<br />The Finder Window:<br />
FINDER<br />Looking At The Finder Window:<br /><ul><li> The grey bar along the top is called the Toolbar. We will go </li>...
 The large white area is the viewing area. It is within this area </li></ul>  that you will see the contents of the direct...
FINDER<br />The Toolbar:<br /><ul><li> In the upper left corner of the toolbar there are three radio </li></ul>  buttons. ...
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  2. 2. This training is going to be your guide as we tour your new Apple computer. <br />It is here to try to make learning this new system very easy and simple. <br />Feel free to move through each lesson at your own pace. The materials have been developed to assist your learning process as you discover this new computer for yourself.<br />To continue to the next slide, tap the space bar.<br />
  3. 3. ABOUT BTOP<br />The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities Service (RUS) with $7.2 billion to expand access to broadband services in the United States. Of those funds, the Act provided $4.7 billion to NTIA to support the deployment of broadband infrastructure, enhance and expand public computer centers, encourage sustainable adoption of broadband service, and develop and maintain a nationwide public map of broadband service capability and availability. <br />
  4. 4. FINDER<br />Let’s take a look at what is going to be in our lesson ahead<br /><ul><li> Anatomy of the Finder window
  5. 5. A brief description of each part
  6. 6. Finder view options
  7. 7. Features within the Finder window</li></li></ul><li>FINDER<br />Getting Started In Finder:<br />Opening Finder<br /><ul><li> Finder is the icon on the Dock that looks like a face
  8. 8. Click on Finder icon
  9. 9. A new window will pop open on screen
  10. 10. This new window is your Finder window. Most of this lesson will </li></ul> be focusing on this part of your new Apple computer<br />
  11. 11. FINDER<br />The Finder Window:<br />
  12. 12. FINDER<br />Looking At The Finder Window:<br /><ul><li> The grey bar along the top is called the Toolbar. We will go </li></ul> over the features of the toolbar in a moment<br /><ul><li> The light grey area along the left-hand side is your sidebar.
  13. 13. The large white area is the viewing area. It is within this area </li></ul> that you will see the contents of the directory that you are <br /> looking in.<br />
  14. 14. FINDER<br />The Toolbar:<br /><ul><li> In the upper left corner of the toolbar there are three radio </li></ul> buttons. These are, from left to right, close, minimize, and <br /> expand.<br /><ul><li> Just below the radio buttons are two arrow buttons. These will </li></ul> allow you to travel forward and backward through the file <br /> directory you are looking into.<br />
  15. 15. FINDER<br />The Toolbar:<br /><ul><li> Moving to the right, there is a series of four side-by-side buttons. </li></ul> These are your Finder view options. Each button offers you a <br /> different layout for the viewing area.<br /><ul><li> Starting from the left, the first option with the stacked squares is</li></ul>icon view<br /><ul><li> The second option, with the stacked lines, is list view
  16. 16. The third option, with the three rectangles, is column view
  17. 17. Finally, the last option on the far right is album flow </li></li></ul><li>FINDER<br />The Toolbar:<br /><ul><li> Continuing to the right of the Finder view buttons are our last </li></ul> two buttons.<br /><ul><li> The first button, with an eye on it, is your quicklook feature. This </li></ul> allows you to view basic information about the file or folder you <br /> are looking at, such as the file size and the time of last<br /> modification.<br /><ul><li> The last button on the Finder toolbar, denoted with a gear, is</li></ul> the actions feature. With the actions feature, you can make <br /> changes to the folder you are currently in, such as create a <br /> new folder or burn files to a disc.<br />
  18. 18. FINDER<br />The Toolbar:<br /><ul><li> The last feature in the Finder toolbar is spotlight. Spotlight allows </li></ul> you to search your computer for the file or folder you want.<br /><ul><li> You can simply type part of the name or the extension of the </li></ul> file you are looking for and spotlight will pull up everything that <br /> matches.<br /><ul><li> You can also access spotlight from the magnifying glass icon in </li></ul> the upper right corner of your computer screen.<br />
  19. 19. FINDER<br />Let’s do a recap of what we’ve gone over<br /><ul><li> How to close, minimize, and resize the Finder window
  20. 20. How to move forward and backward through the folder </li></ul> directory<br /><ul><li> Changing the view area between icon, list, column, and</li></ul> album flow<br /><ul><li> Getting quick information on a file or folder
  21. 21. Making changes inside a folder, such as creating a new </li></ul> folder<br /><ul><li> Searching your computer for a particular file</li></li></ul><li>This concludes lesson MAC 3. <br />Now that you have finished the lesson, we ask that you please email us with your name, school or library, and the code above for this lesson (MAC 3). <br />We also ask that you use the subject line: Completed Training MAC 3.<br />Contact:<br />John Gross<br />jwg0002@auburn.edu<br />334-844-8402<br />
  22. 22. Center for Governmental Services<br />2236 Haley Center<br />Auburn University, Alabama 36849-5268<br />(334) 844-4781<br />Copyright 2011 Center for Governmental Services at Auburn University<br />

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