In this course, you will examine the similarities and differences between a Windows Operating System and the Mac Operating System. This course examines where to locate and find files, how to alter settings to best suit your needs and an introduction to the Apple version of applications that are similar to those on a Windows Operating System. It will also examine the features of macOS, working with the dock, organizing files, the system preferences, creating pdf's, selecting and setting the preferences of printers, working with a network and shortcuts for making your transition easier and a comparison between Windows and Mac Terminology.
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- Participants should be familiar with using a Windows Operating System. They should be comfortable using the keyboard and mouse. No previous experience with a Mac Operating System is necessary.
macOS Interfaceul> The Desktop /li> The Dock /li> Working with the Hard drive /li> Finder View /li> Applications /li> Adding to the Dock /li> Users /li> Organizing your Files /li> Customizing the Finder Sidebar /li> Customizing the Finder Toolbar /li> Toolbar Extras /li> Stacks on the Dock & Desktop /li> Empty the Bin /li> Spotlight /li> File Information /li> Connecting to a Server /li> About your Computer/li> Creating, Saving and Printing Documentsul> Creating a Document /li> Saving, Renaming & Duplicating a Document /li> Printing your Document /li> Creating a PDF/li> Setting Preferencesli> Apple Featuresul> QuickLook /li> Screenshots /li> Continuity Camera /li> Mac App Store /li> Siri/li> Comparing Applicationsul> Safari vs Chrome /li> Mail vs Outlook /li> Contacts /li> Calendar /li> Pages vs Microsoft Word /li> Numbers vs Microsoft Excel /li> Photosli> Supportul> Mac Help /li> Shortcuts for macOS /li> Windows vs Mac Terminology/li>