MacBook Pro Out of the Box - Secondary Faculty

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Slideshow for the Out of the Box training on MacBook Pros for CIS Secondary Faculty.

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MacBook Pro Out of the Box - Secondary Faculty

  1. 1. Open Box BasicsMacBook Pro“Out of the Box”
  2. 2. Open the box, lids down, plugyour power supply into thepowerstrip. Plug the poweradapter into the port.DO NOT OPEN THE LIDS YET!
  3. 3. Professional Use and Backups• Starting August, this is your main work computer• PC > Mac transition support through workshops, PD, links to resources• Backup device for Time Machine, video dongle and second power adapter will be provided over the summer• Be responsible with your laptop
  4. 4. Be careful how you carry it!Don’t walk with it in one hand, especially in the hallway!
  5. 5. ...or carry it with the screen open...
  6. 6. ...or wrapped around your body...
  7. 7. ...or dangling with a one hand grasp.
  8. 8. Open the box, lids down, plugyour power supply into thepowerstrip. Plug the poweradapter into the port.DO NOT OPEN THE LIDS YET!
  9. 9. What the ports are for: Power
  10. 10. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera Network Cable Port
  11. 11. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera FireWire Port
  12. 12. Connect to Projector Video Port (for projector)
  13. 13. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera USB ports for: • Thumb drive • Digital camera • Video camcorder
  14. 14. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera SD Card Slot
  15. 15. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera 13” MacBook Pro Audio in/out
  16. 16. Connect to Thumb Drive/ Digital Camera 15” MacBook Pro Audio in/out
  17. 17. Battery Indicator Lights
  18. 18. Battery Indicator Lights
  19. 19. The Basics:Lids open! (Keep power OFF)
  20. 20. Screen Keyboard Volume, MuteBrightness Brightness
  21. 21. PowerButton
  22. 22. Sleep and Shut Down • To power on and shut down, press Power Button • When the machine is on, close the lid to sleep Sleep Indicator • You can see the light blinking while sleeping • Open the lid of a sleeping MacBook to wake it up • You don’t need to shut down the computer during the day, even if you walk away with it
  23. 23. Slot- loadingDVD/CD+R/RWcompatible with12cm CDs/DVDs
  24. 24. Slot- loadingDVD/CD+R/RWcompatible with12cm CDs/DVDs NEVER insert smaller disc or disc with irregular shape!!
  25. 25. EjectButton
  26. 26. EjectButton
  27. 27. Using the Trackpad....
  28. 28. The whole trackpad is a left-clickbutton! Just press down, or tap.
  29. 29. The whole trackpad is a left-clickbutton! Just press down, or tap.
  30. 30. Where is the second button? How do I Right Click?
  31. 31. Where is the second button? How do I Right Click? Two nger tap on touch pad(Hint: don’t confuse “two nger tap” with “double tap”
  32. 32. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Common Pitfall: How to drag (we will practice this)
  33. 33. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Common Pitfall: How to drag (we will practice this)
  34. 34. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Common Pitfall: How to drag (we will practice this)
  35. 35. Magic Mouse“Where are the buttons?”
  36. 36. Magic Mouse“Where are the buttons?” Left click
  37. 37. Magic Mouse“Where are the buttons?” Left Right click click
  38. 38. Magic Mouse“How about the scroll wheel?”
  39. 39. Magic Mouse“How about the scroll wheel?”
  40. 40. Setting up mouse with computer Go to System Preferences > Mouse
  41. 41. Setting up mouse with computer Go to System Preferences > Mouse
  42. 42. Setting up with computerClick on Set Up Bluetooth Mouse...
  43. 43. Setting up with computerClick on Set Up Bluetooth Mouse...
  44. 44. Setting up with computerClick on Set Up Bluetooth Mouse...
  45. 45. Setting up with computer Switch the Magic Mouse on
  46. 46. Setting up with computer Switch the Magic Mouse on
  47. 47. Setting up with computer Switch the Magic Mouse on
  48. 48. Setting up with computerFollow the onscreen instructions
  49. 49. Getting Started “Power on!”
  50. 50. Log inClick on your nameClick ‘Log In’ [no password]
  51. 51. A Quick Tour of the DesktopApple Menu Application Menu Menu Bar Spotlight Desktop Dock Trash
  52. 52.  Menu (Apple Menu) Always showing the same items, including • System Preferences • Sleep/Restart/Shut Down • Logout • Force Quit
  53. 53. Application MenuFinder Application menuSystem Preferences menu Shows you what software you are currently in.... You can quit applications via the App menu, or hit Cmd-Q when the app is open
  54. 54. Battery Level Indicator Battery Level
  55. 55. Spotlight: VERY useful
  56. 56. Finder: most used desktop shortcut! Shows you what is on your computer Notice: active applications have a light under them
  57. 57. Changing/Personalizing Settings Go to  Menu > System Preferences
  58. 58. System Preferences Click Here! Go to  Menu > System Preferences
  59. 59. Change your account passwordClick here, usea good password.
  60. 60. Return toSystem Preferences
  61. 61. Many features will instruct you on their use! Look at the TRACKPAD settings. Click Here!Go to  Menu > System Preferences
  62. 62. Watch the videos for assistance. LATER you can play these videos again and personalize settings
  63. 63. Make sure you have the ‘Tap to Click’ option selected You may also want to enable ‘Dragging’
  64. 64. Make sure you have the ‘Tap to Click’ option selected You may also want to enable ‘Dragging’
  65. 65. Make sure you have the ‘Tap to Click’ option selected You may also want to enable ‘Dragging’
  66. 66. Check out the Four Finger swipe options: Exposé and Switching Applications
  67. 67. Check out the Four Finger swipe options: Exposé and Switching Applications
  68. 68. Check out the Four Finger swipe options: Exposé and Switching Applications
  69. 69. ‘Language & Text’ The OS language can be The input language can bechanged under ‘Language’ changed under ‘Input Sources’
  70. 70. Chinese Fonts• (Microsoft Office)• BiauKai, Kai, STKaiti (Pages, Keynote)• Convert from/to Traditional, Simpli ed Text
  71. 71. ‘Energy Saver’ Settings for when computer is unpluggedCheck out Caffeine in the menu bar!
  72. 72. ‘Energy Saver’Settings for when computer Settings for when power is is unplugged plugged in Check out Caffeine in the menu bar!
  73. 73. Screen saver password Go to ‘Security’
  74. 74. Screen saver password Go to ‘Security’
  75. 75. Your New Best Friend Click the smiling face... to Finder
  76. 76. Managing the windows Close Hide Zoom
  77. 77. What does nder do? It provides handy shortcuts to different areas of your Mac Including: - Applications - Your Files (Documents) - Network Locations (H drive/S drive)
  78. 78. Move often used folders into thesidebar for quick access. Click and drag the folder to where you want it to go in the sidebar, then just let go.
  79. 79. Finder View Options Column ViewIcon View Cover Flow View List View
  80. 80. Working with the Dock
  81. 81. Working with the DockDrag an icon out of the dock to remove the shortcut.
  82. 82. Working with the DockDrag an icon out of the To add a shortcut, drag an dock to remove the application and drop it to shortcut. the dock.
  83. 83. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Remember: How to drag
  84. 84. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Remember: How to drag
  85. 85. Dragging 2. Scroll here 1. Press Here Remember: How to drag
  86. 86. Drag Adobe Dreamweaver out of thedock onto the desktop.Be careful not to launch it; don’t double-tap it! (if you do, quit it: command + Q)
  87. 87. Dock Preferences: play with these on your own Click Here! Go to  Menu > System Preferences
  88. 88. Launching Applications Not in the Dock
  89. 89. Launching Applications Not in the DockMethod 1USING FINDER
  90. 90. Launching Applications Not in the DockMethod 1USING FINDER
  91. 91. Launching Applications Not in the DockMethod 1 Method 2USING FINDER USING SPOTLIGHT
  92. 92. Launching Applications Not in the DockMethod 1 Method 2USING FINDER USING SPOTLIGHT
  93. 93. Accessing Your Network Drives Click on the network drive youGo to STACKS > DRIVE MAPPINGS want to access Text
  94. 94. At prompt, put in your CIS Network name and PasswordBE SURE TO SELECT“REMEMBER PASSWORD”if you want instant accessfrom now on.
  95. 95. Create and save your les in yourLOCAL storage (the house), in theDOCUMENTS folder. To create a folder, click here. You can drag it to where you want it
  96. 96. Connecting to the Internetoutside school Broadband InternetWireless Connection Wired Connection• Choose the right network • Connect the cable from service provider• Enter username /password if required
  97. 97. Email
  98. 98. Email• GroupWise webmail for now
  99. 99. Email• GroupWise webmail for now • http://services.cis.edu.hk
  100. 100. Email• GroupWise webmail for now • http://services.cis.edu.hk• Outlook client after summer
  101. 101. Printing• active in most locations• not printer/copiers yet• will be complete in the next couple of weeks
  102. 102. Transferring les from DELL Copy them across using
  103. 103. Transferring les from DELL Copy them across using • H: drive
  104. 104. Transferring les from DELL Copy them across using • H: drive • USB stick
  105. 105. Thanks to: Myron Buck and Justin Hardmanat HKIS for slides and screenshots.

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