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  • 1. Documents Stack Welcome to Mac OS X Leopard. Stacks automatically display their contents in a fan or grid based on the number of items in the Stack. If you The Dock in Leopard has prefer one style over the other, you can set the stack a sleek new look and a to always open in that style. Stacks intelligently show new feature called Stacks. the most relevant items first or you can set the sort With Stacks you can order to make sure the items you care about most quickly access important always appear at the top of the stack. To customize a and frequently used files stack, position the pointer over the stack icon and then right from the Dock. hold down the mouse button until a menu appears. Stacks are simple to create. Just drag any folder to the To delete a file from a right side of the Dock and it becomes a stack. Click a stack, just open the stack stack and it will spring from the Dock in either a fan or and drag the item you grid. To open a file in a stack, just click the file once. wish to remove to the Trash. In fact, when Mac OS X Leopard includes two pre-made stacks you’re done reading this called Documents and Downloads. You opened this document, feel free to file from the Documents stack. The Documents stack throw it out. is a great place to keep things like presentations, spreadsheets, and word processing files. You can drag and drop files to the stack or save them to the stack when you save a document in an application. Documents Downloads TM and © Apple Inc. 2007 All rights reserved.