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Author: Robyn Ness
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Que, 2011.
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Ness, Robyn.
Mac OS X Lion in depth.
Indianapolis, Ind. : Que ; London : Pearson Education [distributor], 2011
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robyn Ness
ISBN: 9780132810777 0132810778
OCLC Number: 757519407
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Contents: Introduction 1Part I Exploring Mac OS XChapter 1 Working on the Mac OS X Desktop 5The Mac OS X Desktop 5Working with Mac OS X Menus 6 The Mac OS X Apple Menu 7 Mac OS X Application Menus 8 Mac OS X File Menus 9 Mac OS X Edit Menus 11 Finder's View Menu 11 Finder's Go Menu 12 Finder's Window Menu 12 Mac OS X Help Menus 13 The Spotlight Menu 15 Menu Extras 15 Mac OS X Contextual Menus 15 Finder's Action Menu 17Working with the System Preferences Application 17Customizing the Mac OS X Desktop 19 Changing the Clock Display 19 Changing the Desktop's Appearance 21Restarting Your Mac 23Shutting Down Your Mac 24Using Desktop Keyboard Shortcuts 24Chapter 2 Getting to Know the Dock 27Introducing the Dock 27Using the Dock 31 Opening Items with the Dock 31 Switching Windows 31 The Dock and Minimizing Windows 32 Working with Icon Pop-Up Menus 32Customizing the Dock 33 Moving Icons on the Dock 33 Adding an Icon to the Dock 34 Removing Items from the Dock 34 Adding Folders to the Dock 34Customizing the Appearance and Behavior of the Dock 35Using Dock Keyboard Shortcuts 38Chapter 3 Getting to Know Mac OS X Finder Windows 39Learning Finder Window Basics 39 Opening Finder Windows 39 Resizing Finder Windows 43 Resizing the Panes of Finder Windows 44 Closing, Minimizing, and Maximizing Finder Windows 44 Moving Finder Windows 44 Viewing All My Files 44 Using the Finder Window Views 45Navigating Finder Windows 51 Using the Keyboard to Select Items in a Finder Window 51 Navigating Up and Down the Folder Structure 52Customizing Finder Windows 55 Customizing the Sidebar 55 Customizing the Toolbar 57 Using the Status Bar 59 Customizing the Finder Window Views 61Working with the Finder Window's Action Pop-Up Menu 65Organizing Folder Items with Labels 66 Setting Up Labels 66 Applying Labels 66Finder Window Keyboard Shortcuts 67Chapter 4 Managing Files and Folders 69Working with Files and Folders 69 Moving Files and Folders 69 Copying Files and Folders 70 Creating and Naming Folders 70 Naming Files 70 Creating and Using Aliases 72 Trashing Files and Folders 72 Creating and Using Burn Folders 73Getting Information on Items 75 Working with the Spotlight Comments Information 76 Working with General Information 77 Working with More Info Information 77 Working with Name and Extension Information 78 Working with "Open With" Information 78 Working with Preview Information 78 Working with Sharing & Permissions Information 79 Working with the Inspector 79Getting a Quick Look at Things 80Understanding the Standard Mac OS X Folders 81 Mac OS X User Folders 81 Mac OS X System Folders 85Understanding and Setting Permissions 86Chapter 5 Searching Your Mac 89Looking for Things on Your Mac: A Modern Approach 89Searching Your Mac with Spotlight 89 Searching with Spotlight 90 Saving Spotlight Searches 92 Using Spotlight to Create Complex Searches 93 Adding Spotlight Information to Folders and Files 94 Configuring Spotlight 94Searching Your Mac with Smart Folders 95 Creating and Saving a Smart Folder 95 Using Smart Folders 98 Changing Smart Folders 98Keeping Your Mac Organized 99Chapter 6 Setting System Preferences 101Taking a Tour of the System Preferences 101Setting General Preferences 105 Using the General Pane 105 Using the Color Picker to Choose Colors 107Setting Desktop Pictures and Choosing a Screen Saver 108 Choosing Desktop Pictures 108 Configuring a Screen Saver 110Setting Language & Text Preferences 113 Setting Language Options 113 Setting Text Options 114 Setting Formats for Dates, Times, and Numbers 114 Setting the Input Sources Tab Options 117Setting Default Disc Behaviors 117Configuring Your Mac's Date and Time 118Controlling System Startup 120 Choosing a Startup Volume with System Preferences 120 Choosing a Startup Volume During Startup 121 Starting Up in Target Disk Mode 121Chapter 7 I nstalling and Using Lion Apps 123Understanding Lion Application Types 123Installing Apps from the Mac App Store 124 Browsing the Store for Apps 125 Searching the Store for Apps 126 Purchasing an App from the Mac App Store 126 Checking for Updates 126 Reinstalling Apps and Installing Purchases on Other Macs 128Installing Non-App Store Applications 129 Installing Applications with Drag and Drop 129 Installing Applications Using an Installer 131Working with Applications in Launchpad 131 Starting Launchpad 131 Finding Your Way Around Launchpad 132 Managing Your Launchpad 132Common Application Conventions 134 Launching Apps via Drag and Drop 134 Application Menus and Services 134 File Dialogs 135 Opening Files in Alternate Applications 136Chapter 8 Working with Mission Control, Spaces, and Dashboard 137Managing the "Big Picture" with Mission Control 137 Launching Mission Control 138 Configuring Mission Control 138Using Spaces 140 Viewing Spaces 140 Adding and Removing Spaces 140 Moving Between Spaces 141 Assigning Applications to Spaces 141 Moving Windows Between Spaces 142Configuring Spaces 142Using Dashboard and Widgets 142 Activating and Deactivating Dashboard 143 Configuring the Widgets That Open When You Activate Dashboard 144 Using and Customizing Useful Widgets 145Configuring Widgets 146Finding and Installing More Widgets 147 Building Your Own Widgets with Web Clips 147 Finding and Downloading Widgets 149 Installing Third-Party Widgets 149Configuring Dashboard 149 Setting Dashboard's Hot Key and Active Screen Corner 150Part II Getting Things Done with Lion's ApplicationsChapter 9 P laying and Managing Music with iTunes 151Listening to Music 151 Viewing Information While Listening to Tunes 153 Controlling iTunes from the Dock 154Customizing iTunes 155 Setting General iTunes Preferences 155 Setting iTunes Playback Preferences 157Adding Music Files to Your iTunes Music Library 158 Purchasing Music from the iTunes Store 158 Importing Audio Files into Your Library 159Importing Music from Audio CDs 159 Configuring iTunes to Import Music 159 Adding Audio CDs to Your Library 162 Adding Audio CDs to the iTunes Library Quickly 163Removing Tunes from the Music Library 164Searching Your Music Library 165Building and Listening to Standard Playlists 165 Creating a Standard Playlist 166 Adding Songs to a Playlist 167 Removing Songs from a Playlist 168 Setting the Order in Which a Playlist's Songs Play 168 Listening to a Standard Playlist 168 Deleting a Standard Playlist 168Building and Using Smart Playlists 169 Understanding Why Smart Playlists Are Called Smart 169 Creating a Smart Playlist 170 Listening to a Smart Playlist 172 Changing a Smart Playlist 172Creating Genius Playlists and Genius Mixes 173Managing Playback 173 Controlling the Order of Tunes 173 Playing Music Randomly 174 Repeating Tracks 175Understanding and Using Tags 175 Viewing Tags in the Info Window 177 Labeling a Track in the Info Window 178 Tagging Multiple Tracks at the Same Time 179 Setting Tags in the Content Pane 180 Changing Sorting Tags 180Configuring a Track's Options 181 Configuring Track Options in the Info Window 182 Rating Tracks in the Content Pane 183Working with Lyrics 183 Adding Lyrics to a Track 183 Viewing Lyrics for a Track 185Adding and Viewing Album Artwork 185 Configuring iTunes to Download Album Artwork Automatically 185 Adding Artwork for Songs Manually 185 Viewing Album Artwork 187Customizing the Content Pane 188Chapter 10 P laying Digital Video and DVD Media 191Playing and Recording Digital Video with QuickTime 191 Opening QuickTime Player 192 Watching QuickTime Movies Stored Locally 192 Watching Web Videos with QuickTime 193 Using QuickTime Player Keyboard Shortcuts 195 Recording Video, Audio, and Screen Actions 195 Transferring Movies to iTunes, Email, or Online Services (Including YouTube) 196Watching DVD Movies with DVD Player 196 Using Closed Captioning 198 Working with Chapters and Bookmarks 199 Using the DVD Player Timer 200 Setting a Custom Zoom Size 201 Adjusting Video Color 201 Fine-Tuning DVD Player Audio 201 Enabling Parental Controls 202 Using DVD Player Keyboard Shortcuts 202 Configuring DVD Player 203Chapter 11 Managing Your Contacts 207Getting to Know Address Book 207 Exploring Address Book 208 Finding Information in Address Book 209 Viewing Your Own Address Card 210Adding Contacts to Your Address Book 210 Adding Contacts Manually 210 Adding a Contact from an Email Message 213 Using vCards to Add Contacts to Your Address Book 213 Importing Contacts from Another Application 214Editing Contacts in Your Address Book 215Working with Address Groups 215 Creating and Configuring a Basic Address Group 216 Creating a Smart Group in Contacts 217Getting More Out of Address Book 218 Addressing Email 218 Printing Your Address Book 218Configuring Your Address Book 220 Configuring Address Book General Preferences 221 Configuring Address Book Accounts Preferences 221 Customizing Your Address Book Card Template 222 Configuring Address Book's Phone Number Format 223 Choosing vCard Preferences 223 Using Address Book Keyboard Shortcuts 224Chapter 12 Managing Your Schedule 225Managing Your Calendar with iCal 225Getting to Know iCal 225 Navigating the Calendar 226 Configuring iCal 227Creating, Configuring, and Working with Calendars 230Working with Events 231Working with Reminders 234Printing from iCal 236Publishing Your iCal Calendar 237Subscribing to Other Calendars 239 Subscribing to Personal Calendars 239 Subscribing to Public Calendars 239Chapter 13 Working with Text and Graphics 241Word Processing with TextEdit 241Previewing Documents 245 Working with Images in Preview 245 Using Preview to Read PDFs 250 Viewing a Slideshow in Preview 252 Using Preview to Convert Files to Different Formats 253 Setting Preview Preferences 254 Capturing Images 256 Using Image Capture to Download Images from a Camera to Your Mac 256 Troubleshooting Image Capture 258Capturing Screen Images 258 Capturing Screen Images with Keyboard Shortcuts 258 Capturing Screen Images with Grab 259Part III Living in a Connected WorldChapter 14 Connecting to Wired and Wireless Networks 261Gathering Your Network Information 261Configuring Your Mac for Wired (Ethernet) Networks 263 Configuring TCP/IP Using a DHCP Server 263 Configuring Static TCP/IP Settings 265 Configuring a PPPoE Account 266Configuring Your Mac for Wi-Fi Networks 268 Setting Your Wi-Fi Options 268 Using the Wi-Fi Status Menu 269Configuring Proxy Servers for Wired and Wireless Networks 270Troubleshooting a Network Connection 271Sharing an Internet Connection 272 Configuring Connection Sharing 273Using the Network Utility 275 Checking Network Connections with Ping 277 Tracing a Route with Traceroute 278Chapter 15 Using the Safari Web Browser 279Navigating in Safari 279 Using Gestures 280Using Tabbed Browsing 281 Enabling Tabs 281 Using Cool Safari Tab Tricks 282Searching with Safari 283 Using Safari SnapBack 284Using Safari Bookmarks 284 Setting Safari Bookmarks 285 Accessing Safari Bookmarks 285 Organizing Safari Bookmarks 285 Configuring Safari Bookmarks Preferences 287Creating a Reading List 288Using Safari AutoFill 289 Configuring AutoFill 289 Using AutoFill 290Viewing (and Not Viewing) Browser History 292 Browsing Privately 292Downloading Files 292 Configuring a Downloads Folder 293 Preparing Files for Use 294Browsing and Configuring RSS Feeds 295 Browsing RSS Feeds 296 Configuring Safari's RSS Preferences 297Working with Plug-Ins 298 Installing Internet Plug-Ins 298Configuring Safari Preferences 300 Configuring Safari's General Preferences 300 Configuring Safari's Appearance Preferences 301 Configuring Safari's Security and Privacy Preferences 301 Working with Browser Extensions 304 Configuring Safari's Advanced Preferences 304Using Safari Keyboard Shortcuts 304Chapter 16 Managing Your Email with Apple Mail 307Configuring Apple Mail 307 Configuring General Mail Preferences 308 Configuring Email Accounts 309 Setting Fonts & Colors Preferences 314 Setting Viewing Preferences 314 Setting Composing Preferences 316 Setting Signature Preferences 317 Setting Rules 319Receiving, Sending, and Replying to Email 319 Retrieving and Reading Email 320 Writing and Sending Email 323 Replying to Email 326Organizing Your Email 327 Using Mailboxes to Organize Your Email 327 Using Smart Mailboxes to Organize Your Email 328 Using Smart Mailbox Folders to Organize Your Smart Mailboxes 329 Configuring and Using Rules for Email 330 Handling Junk Mail 331Sending and Receiving Files with Email 333 Attaching Files to Your Email 334 Using Mail's Photo Browser 334 Using Files Attached to Email You Receive 334Working with RSS Feeds 335 Adding RSS Feeds and Configuring Mail to Manage Them 335 Reading RSS Feeds 337Apple Mail Keyboard Shortcuts 337Chapter 17 Chatting with Text, Audio, and Video 339Chatting with iChat 339Configuring a Mac for iChat 339 Getting Started with iChat 340 Setting Up Chatting Buddies 340 Chatting with Text 342 Chatting with Audio 343 Chatting with Video 344 More iChat Ideas 346 Configuring iChat Preferences 347Conducting Video Calls with FaceTime 349 Setting Up FaceTime 349 Placing FaceTime Calls 350 Receiving a FaceTime Call 352 Accessing Your Call List 353 Shutting Off FaceTime 353 Updating Account Information and FaceTime Addresses 354Chapter 18 Sharing Files in OS X Lion 355Configuring File Sharing 355 Using AirDrop to Wirelessly Share Files and Folders Between Macs 355 Activating Traditional File Sharing 357 Choosing Windows/Mac File-Sharing Protocols 360 Setting Shared Folders 361 Setting Folder Access Permissions 361Accessing Shared Files 362 Browsing Shared Files 362 Connecting to a Share via URL 364File-Sharing Tips and Tricks 365Part IV Delving Deeper Into Mac OS XChapter 19 Working with User Accounts 367Understanding Mac OS X User Accounts 367 Understanding Administrator Accounts 368 Understanding Standard User Accounts 368 Understanding Managed Accounts 369 Understanding Sharing-Only Accounts 369 Understanding the Guest Account 369 Understanding the Root Account 369 Understanding User Groups 369Creating and Configuring User Accounts 370 Creating User Accounts 370 Configuring User Accounts 374Creating a Sharing-Only Account 379 Creating Groups of Users 379 Resetting Your Password If You Forget Your Administrator Password 380Logging Out and Configuring Login Options 381 Configuring Automatic Login 381 Controlling How User Accounts Appear in the Login Window 382 Hiding the Sleep, Restart, and Shut Down Buttons 383 Enabling and Using Fast User Switching 383Enabling the Root User Account 385Chapter 20 Managing and Using Fonts 387Using the Fonts Panel 387 Previewing Fonts 389 Using Font Favorites 390 Creating or Removing Font Collections 390 Applying Effects to Fonts 390 Editing the Sizes That Appear on the Size Pane 391 Applying Typography Effects to Fonts 392Working with the Character Viewer 393 Opening the Character Viewer from the Fonts Panel 393 Using the Character Viewer 393 Adding the Character Viewer to the Finder Menu Bar 395Installing and Managing Mac OS X Fonts 396 Configuring Fonts with the Font Book 396 Working with Font Collections 397 Working with Font Libraries 399 Configuring the Font Book Window 400 Installing Fonts with Font Book 400 Choosing a Location for Mac OS X Fonts 401 Deleting Fonts 402Chapter 21 Making Your Mac Accessible to Everyone 403Understanding Universal Access 403Configuring and Using Seeing Assistance 404 Understanding and Using VoiceOver 404 Understanding and Using Zoom 412 Understanding and Using Display Options 413Configuring and Using Hearing Assistance 413Configuring Keyboard Assistance 414Configuring and Using Mouse Assistance 415Configuring and Using Speech Recognition 416 Configuring Your Mac for Voice Control 416 Using Speech Recognition 419 Using Text to Speech 420Chapter 22 A utomating Your Mac 423Getting to Know Automator 423 Understanding Automator's Workflows 423 Understanding the Automator Utility 424 Exploring Automator Actions 426 Understanding Action Inputs and Outputs 427 Understanding Application Variables 428Creating Your Own Workflows 428 Designing a Workflow 428 Building a Workflow Manually 429 Recording a Workflow 429 Testing and Debugging a Workflow 430 Saving a Workflow as an Application 430Automation by Example 431 Opening Websites 431 Sending Files via Email 433Chapter 23 Working with the Mac OS X Command Line 437Using the UNIX Command Line with Mac OS X 437 Running Terminal 438 Understanding Shells 438 Understanding UNIX Command Structure 439 Understanding UNIX Applications 440 Understanding Shell Scripts 441 Understanding UNIX Flavors 441Learning UNIX by Example 441 Learning About the Environment 442 Viewing the Contents of Directories 443 Changing the Contents of Directories 445 Using the Manual 446 Using Superuser Commands 447 Killing a Process 448Working with Basic UNIX Applications 450 Editing Text with vi 450 Compressing, Uncompressing, and Extracting Files 451UNIX Resources 452 Using Terminal Keyboard Shortcuts 452 Learning UNIX 453Chapter 24 Using Lion's Mobile Features 455Managing Your MacBook's Power 455 Monitoring Battery Status 455 Using the Battery Status Menu 456 Maximizing Battery Life 457 Configuring Power Use 458Controlling Your MacBook with Function Keys 459Using and Configuring the MacBook Trackpad 460Configuring and Using Locations 462 Creating a New Location 462 Changing Your MacBook's Location 463 Editing or Deleting Locations 463Keeping Your Files in Sync 464Chapter 25 Running Windows on Your Mac 465Choosing How to Run Windows on a Mac 465 Understanding Boot Camp 466 Understanding Virtualization Software 466Using Boot Camp to Run Windows on a Mac 467 Running the Boot Camp Assistant and Installing Windows 468 Switching Between OS X Lion and Windows 471 Setting OS X Lion as the Default OS 472Using VirtualBox for Mac to Run Windows 472 Installing VirtualBox 473 Configuring a Virtual Machine and Installing Windows 474 Running Windows 477Protecting Windows on a Mac from Attack 478Part V Working with Devices in Mac OS XChapter 26 Working with Mice, Keyboards, and Other Input Devices 479Installing and Configuring a Keyboard 480 Installing a Keyboard 480 Configuring a Keyboard 480 Configuring Keyboard Shortcuts 482 Configuring Your Keyboard's Language Settings and the Input Menu 482Installing and Configuring a Mouse 484 Installing a Mouse 485 Configuring a Mouse 485Installing Bluetooth Devices 489 Configuring Bluetooth on Your Mac 489 Installing a New Bluetooth Device 490Getting the Most from Keyboard Shortcuts 492 Using Keyboard Navigation 492 Adding Keyboard Shortcuts for Application Commands 494Chapter 27 Working with Your Mac's Display 497Configuring a Mac's Display 497 Configuring Resolution 498 Using the Displays Menu in the Menu Bar 499Setting Up and Using Multiple Displays 500 Installing a Display 500 Working with Two (or More) Displays 501Calibrating Displays 504 Using the Display Calibrator Assistant 504Using ColorSync 505 Configuring ColorSync 505Chapter 28 Working with Your Mac's Sound 507Understanding Mac Audio 507Controlling a Mac's Audio 507 Configuring Sound Effects 508 Installing Additional Alert Sounds 509Understanding Audio Output Options 511Choosing Speakers 511Installing Speakers 512 Installing Analog Speakers 512 Installing Digital Speakers Using the Mac's mini-Toslink Digital Audio Out Port 512 Installing Digital Speakers with a Mac Pro 513 Installing Digital Speakers Using USB 513 Installing Digital Speakers Using a PCI Express Card (Mac Pro) 513 Controlling Sound Output 513Understanding Audio Input Options 514 Controlling Sound Input 515Chapter 29 I nstalling, Configuring, and Using Printers 517Installing and Using Printers 517Configuring Printers 518 Configuring a Local USB Printer 518 Configuring a Network Printer 520 Configuring Other Types of Printers 521Managing Printers 522Working with Shared Printers 524 Sharing a Printer Connected to Your Mac 524 Adding Shared Printers to Your Mac 525Printing Under Mac OS X 525Creating a PDF File 529Scanning Images with Mac OS X 531Chapter 30 Using Data Storage Devices 533Using Disks and Discs 533Using an External Hard Drive 534 Partitioning a Hard Drive 534Working with Optical Discs 538 Assessing Your Mac's Disc Drive 538Burning Discs from the Finder 539 Creating Burn Folders 542Burning CDs/DVDs with Disk Utility 543 Creating a Disk Image to Burn 543 Burning a Single Disk Image on CD or DVD 545 Burning a Folder on CD or DVD 546Part VI Maintaining, Protecting, and Repairing Your MacChapter 31 Maintaining Your Mac 549Basic Mac Maintenance 549Using Software Update to Maintain Your System Software 550 Configuring Software Update 550 Working with Software Update 551Cleaning Up Your Drives 553Maintaining Your Disk Drives 554 Checking and Repairing Disks with Disk Utility 554 Erasing Disks with Disk Utility 558 Going Further with Disk Utility 559Maintaining Alternate Startup Volumes 560Building and Maintaining a Mac Toolkit 561Chapter 32 Backing Up and Restoring Your Files 563Defining a Backup Strategy 564Backing Up Your Mac with Time Machine 565 Configuring Time Machine 566 Restoring Files with Time Machine 568 Manually Navigating Your Time Machine Backups 570 Saving and Recovering File Versions 571Third-Party Backup Solutions 572Backup System Best Practices 573Chapter 33 Securing Your Mac 575Securing Your Mac with the Security & Privacy Pane 576 Securing Your Mac with FileVault 576 Securing Your Mac with the Mac OS X Firewall 578 Securing Your Mac with Security Settings 580Securing Your Mac by Removing Trash Securely 581Securing Your Mac with Keychains 581 Viewing and Configuring Your Keychains and Keychain Items 582 Adding Items to a Keychain 584 Adding a Keychain 586 Using Keychains 586 Going Further with Keychains 587Defending Your Mac from Internet Attacks 588 Defending Your Mac Against Internet Hackers 588 Defending Your Mac from Virus Attacks 588Using Parental Controls to Safeguard a Mac 590 Using Parental Controls to Limit a User's Access to the Mac 591 Limiting the Web Content Your Mac's Users Can Access 594 Limiting Email and Chat Access of Others to Your Mac's Users 595 Viewing Logs of User Activity 597Chapter 34 Solving Mac Problems 599Handling Mac Problems 599Understanding the Causes of Problems 600 User Error 600 Bugs 601 Conflicting Software 601 Attacks on Your System 601 Hardware Failures 602Preventing Problems 602Assessing Your Mac 603 Using System Information to View a System Profile 603 Using Activity Monitor to Understand and Manage Processes 609 Using the Activity Monitor to Monitor System Activity 612 Using the Console to View Logs 615Solving Problems 618 Implementing a Workaround 618 Troubleshooting and Describing Your Problem 619 Fixing Problems Yourself 620 Starting Up in Single-User Mode 624 Starting Up in Verbose Mode 625 Starting Up in Safe Mode 625 Getting Help for Your Problem 626Appendix A Using iCloud 627Setting Up iCloud 627Activating iCloud Services 628Managing iCloud Storage 630Accessing Your Mac Remotely with Back to My Mac 630 9780789748317 TOC 10/7/2011
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