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March 22, 2011 Workshops No Comments

Here are some helpful links to guide you on your way to becoming a pro on your Mac. The first section covers settings and shortcuts while the second focuses on applications.

Settings and Shortcuts

Dan Rodney’s list of Mac keyboard shortcuts

Mac 101: The Finder

A comprehensive list of Mac resources

Applications and Actions

How to map to netfiles:

  • In Finder mode, click Go > Connect to Server
  • Type in: smb://netfiles.richmond.edu/users/<first letter of netid>/<netid>

Quicksilver Plugins

Preview: Supported filetypes

Time Machine: About

Disk Utility: What to do if your computer won’t start normally

UR Resources

VTC (You will need to contact a CTLT Liaison for an account)
Safari Books (Found through the Library website, databases, and then the first link under “S”)

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