Macs All-In-One For Dummies

Macs All-In-One For Dummies

5. Aufl.

von: Joe Hutsko, Barbara Boyd, Jesse Feiler, Doug Sahlin

28,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 04.12.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9781119608059
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 800

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<p><b>Your all-in-one guide to the wonderful world of your Mac</b></p> <p>Are you getting the most from your Mac? Given what’s possible, it’s pretty unlikely.  Whether you’re just beginning your journey or are already a seasoned traveler, the six information-packed minibooks included in <i>Macs All-in-One for Dummies </i>open up a world of knowledge, from how to set up a recently bought Mac to exploring the coolest new features on your beloved device. </p> <p>Now updated with what you need to know about the newest generation of hardware and software, <i>Macs All-in-One For Dummies </i>is your guide to simply everything: protecting your Mac; backing up and restoring data with Time Machine; managing applications on the Dock, Launchpad, and Desktop; syncing with iCloud, organizing your life with Calendar, Reminders, Notes, and Notifications; presenting with Keynote; crunching with Numbers; getting creative with iMovie and GarageBand—the list goes on! </p> <ul> <li>Explore the newest version of MacOS</li> <li>Set up and customize a new Mac with ease</li> <li>Become more efficient, professional, smart, and creative with the latest must-have apps</li> <li>Use Home Sharing to stream content to other computers, iOS devices, and Apple TVs</li> <li>Dive into six books in one place: <i>Mac Basics</i>, <i>Online Communications</i>, <i>Beyond the Basics</i>, <i>Your Mac as a Multimedia Entertainment Center</i>, <i>Taking Care of Business</i>, and <i>Mac Networking</i></li> </ul> <p>Whatever you want from your world of Mac, you’ll find it here—as well as a million other incredible things you’ll love. Get started on your new Mac journey today!  </p>
<p><b>Introduction</b><b> 1</b></p> <p>About This Book 1</p> <p>Foolish Assumptions 2</p> <p>Icons Used in This Book 3</p> <p>Beyond the Book 4</p> <p>Where to Go from Here 4</p> <p><b>Book 1: Getting Started with Your Mac 5</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1: Starting to Use Your Mac</b><b> 7</b></p> <p>Examining Different Mac Models 7</p> <p>The Mac mini and Mac Pro 9</p> <p>The iMac 9</p> <p>The MacBook Air and MacBook Pro 10</p> <p>Starting Your Mac 11</p> <p>Turning Off Your Mac 13</p> <p>Putting your Mac to sleep 13</p> <p>Shutting down your Mac 16</p> <p>Restarting your Mac 18</p> <p>Understanding Mac Processors 19</p> <p>Exploring Your Mac’s Inner Workings 20</p> <p><b>Chapter 2: Getting Acquainted with the Mac User Interface</b><b> 23</b></p> <p>Looking at Menus, Dialogs, and Windows 24</p> <p>Exploring the menu bar 25</p> <p>Understanding menu commands 26</p> <p>Working with dialogs 26</p> <p>Managing windows 27</p> <p>Mastering the Mouse, Trackpad, and Keyboard 32</p> <p>Using the mouse 33</p> <p>Operating the trackpad 34</p> <p>Examining the parts of the keyboard 36</p> <p>Getting to Know the Parts of the Desktop 43</p> <p>The Dock 44</p> <p>The Finder 46</p> <p>Getting to Know Siri 48</p> <p>Exploring a basic Siri interaction 49</p> <p>Using complex Siri commands 51</p> <p>Configuring Siri 53</p> <p>Empowering Siri 53</p> <p>Getting Help 54</p> <p><b>Chapter 3: Making Your First Connections</b><b> 57</b></p> <p>Setting Up an Internet Connection 58</p> <p>Ethernet connection 58</p> <p>Wireless (Wi-Fi) access 59</p> <p>Establishing Your Apple Identity 63</p> <p>Creating an Apple ID during Mac setup 64</p> <p>Using two-factor authentication 65</p> <p>Creating an Apple ID in iCloud 66</p> <p>Keeping Your Data in iCloud 71</p> <p>Configuring iCloud preferences 72</p> <p>Syncing with your other devices 74</p> <p>Using the iCloud website 75</p> <p>Setting Up Email and Social Network Accounts 77</p> <p>Adding accounts 77</p> <p>Gathering your account information 78</p> <p>Configuring your account 79</p> <p><b>Chapter 4: Working with Files and Folders</b><b> 83</b></p> <p>Getting to Know the Finder 84</p> <p>Handling devices 85</p> <p>Understanding folders 86</p> <p>Setting Finder preferences 88</p> <p>Navigating the Finder 90</p> <p>Opening a folder 90</p> <p>Working with tabs 90</p> <p>Jumping to a specific folder 91</p> <p>Jumping back and forth 92</p> <p>Moving to a higher folder 92</p> <p>Following the folder path 93</p> <p>Organizing and Viewing Folders 93</p> <p>Selecting items in the Finder 94</p> <p>Using Icon view 94</p> <p>Using List view 96</p> <p>Using Column view 97</p> <p>Using Gallery view 98</p> <p>Changing your view options 99</p> <p>Using Quick Look to view file contents 100</p> <p>Creating Folders 102</p> <p>Creating a folder from the Finder menu 102</p> <p>Creating a folder from Save or Save As 102</p> <p>Playing Tag: Classify Files and Folders for Quick Access 105</p> <p>Setting tag preferences 105</p> <p>Tagging existing files and folders 105</p> <p>Tagging new files 107</p> <p>Finding your tagged files 107</p> <p>Manipulating Files and Folders 107</p> <p>Renaming files and folders 108</p> <p>Copying a file or folder 110</p> <p>Moving a file or folder 111</p> <p>Grouping files 112</p> <p>Archiving Files and Folders 112</p> <p>Creating a Zip file 113</p> <p>Creating a DMG file 114</p> <p>Deleting files and folders 116</p> <p>Searching Files 117</p> <p>Using Spotlight 118</p> <p>Spotlight Preferences 120</p> <p>Using Smart Folders 121</p> <p>Creating a Smart Folder with Spotlight 122</p> <p>Deleting a File or Folder 123</p> <p>Retrieving a file or folder from the Trash 124</p> <p>Emptying the Trash 124</p> <p><b>Chapter 5: Managing Apps on the Dock, Launchpad, and Desktop</b> 127</p> <p>Launching an App 128</p> <p>From the Dock 129</p> <p>From Launchpad 131</p> <p>From the Apple menu’s Recent Items 132</p> <p>From the Finder 133</p> <p>With Spotlight 134</p> <p>Opening documents 134</p> <p>Switching among Applications 137</p> <p>Quitting Apps 139</p> <p>Closing a document 139</p> <p>Shutting down an app 139</p> <p>Force-quitting an app 140</p> <p>Creating Alias Icons 142</p> <p>Working with Dock Aliases 143</p> <p>Adding file and folder aliases to the Dock 144</p> <p>Rearranging icons on the Dock 146</p> <p>Removing icons from the Dock 147</p> <p>Organizing Multiple Desktops with Spaces 148</p> <p>Creating Desktops 148</p> <p>Switching Desktops 150</p> <p>Moving app windows to different Desktops 150</p> <p>Setting Mission Control preferences 151</p> <p>Acquiring New Apps 152</p> <p>Shopping in the App Store 153</p> <p>Downloading apps from the App Store 156</p> <p>Installing Applications 158</p> <p>Updating Applications and System Software 158</p> <p>Uninstalling Applications 160</p> <p>Uninstalling an app 160</p> <p>Removing app alias icons from the Dock and Desktop 162</p> <p>Removing user setting files 162</p> <p>Paying Attention to App Security 163</p> <p><b>Chapter 6: Changing How Your Mac Looks, Sounds, and Feels</b><b> 165</b></p> <p>Changing the Desktop and Screen Saver 166</p> <p>Choosing a Desktop image 166</p> <p>Customizing the screen saver 168</p> <p>Changing the Display and Appearance 171</p> <p>Changing the screen resolution 171</p> <p>Using Night Shift 172</p> <p>Changing the colors of the user interface 173</p> <p>Changing the Date and Time 175</p> <p>Adjusting Sounds 178</p> <p>Noticing Notifications 181</p> <p>Working in Split-View Mode 186</p> <p>Using Your Mac’s Accessibility Features 187</p> <p>Mitigating vision limitations 188</p> <p>Compensating for hearing limitations 191</p> <p>Interacting with ease 192</p> <p>Enabling Switch Control 198</p> <p>Speaking with Your Mac 199</p> <p>Setting up the microphone 200</p> <p>Setting up Speakable Items 201</p> <p><b>Book 2: Using the Internet 205</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1: Browsing the Web with Safari</b><b> 207</b></p> <p>Browsing Websites 208</p> <p>Going on Safari 208</p> <p>Visiting websites 209</p> <p>Reading in Reader 217</p> <p>Using tabbed browsing 218</p> <p>Setting your Safari home page 222</p> <p>Searching within a web page 223</p> <p>Organizing Your Website Experience 223</p> <p>Using bookmarks 224</p> <p>Creating a Reading List 230</p> <p>Displaying favorites in Top Sites 232</p> <p>Storing Personal Info and Keeping It Private 234</p> <p>Using AutoFill to track passwords and more 234</p> <p>Protecting your web-browsing privacy 236</p> <p>Saving and Sharing Web Pages 238</p> <p>Saving a web page as a file 239</p> <p>Saving a photo from the web 240</p> <p>Sharing a web page 241</p> <p>Printing a web page 242</p> <p>Viewing and Playing Multimedia Files 243</p> <p>Listening to streaming audio 243</p> <p>Viewing PDF files 243</p> <p>Downloading Files 244</p> <p>Using Extensions 246</p> <p><b>Chapter 2: Corresponding with Mail</b><b> 249</b></p> <p>Adding an Email Account to Mail 250</p> <p>Looking at the Mail Window 254</p> <p>Writing Emails 257</p> <p>Creating a new email 257</p> <p>Replying to or forwarding a message 259</p> <p>Customizing your messages 261</p> <p>Sending a file or photo attachment 266</p> <p>Spelling and grammar checking 270</p> <p>Receiving and Reading Email 271</p> <p>Retrieving email 271</p> <p>Reading email 273</p> <p>Viewing and saving file attachments 274</p> <p>Adding an email address to Contacts 275</p> <p>Adding an email contact to your VIPs list 276</p> <p>Organizing Email 276</p> <p>Searching through email 277</p> <p>Organizing email with mailbox folders 278</p> <p>Deleting a mailbox folder 280</p> <p>Automatically organizing email with smart mailboxes 280</p> <p>Automatically organizing email with rules 282</p> <p>Flagging your messages 283</p> <p>Dealing with Junk Email 284</p> <p>Filtering junk email 285</p> <p>Using advanced filter rules 287</p> <p>Using blocked sender rules 289</p> <p>Deleting and Archiving Messages 290</p> <p>Deleting messages 290</p> <p>Retrieving messages from the Trash folder 291</p> <p>Emptying the Trash folder 292</p> <p>Archiving messages 292</p> <p><b>Chapter 3: Chatting with Messages and FaceTime</b><b> 293</b></p> <p>Getting Started in Messages 294</p> <p>Setting up a Messages account 294</p> <p>Keeping up appearances 294</p> <p>Chatting with Others 296</p> <p>Initiating a text chat 297</p> <p>Initiating an audio or a video chat 299</p> <p>Sharing files and photos 301</p> <p>Saving or deleting your conversations 301</p> <p>Making Calls with FaceTime 302</p> <p>Signing in to FaceTime 303</p> <p>Making a call with FaceTime 303</p> <p>Receiving a FaceTime call 305</p> <p><b>Chapter 4: Using Apple Pay and Apple Card</b><b> 307</b></p> <p>Paying for Purchases with Apple Pay 308</p> <p>Using Apple Card 309</p> <p><b>Chapter 5: Moving Around with Maps</b><b> 311</b></p> <p>Wherever You Go, There You Are 312</p> <p>Finding your location 312</p> <p>Navigating the Maps interface 314</p> <p>Asking for Directions 315</p> <p>Finding what you seek 315</p> <p>Sharing what you find 318</p> <p>Dropping a pin 320</p> <p>Getting directions 320</p> <p><b>Book 3: Beyond the Basics 323</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1: Backing Up and Restoring Your Data</b><b> 325</b></p> <p>Using iCloud for Your Data 326</p> <p>Understanding Different Backup Options 328</p> <p>Backing up with external hard drives 329</p> <p>Storing backups on USB flash drives 330</p> <p>Storing backups off-site 331</p> <p>Blasting into the Past with Time Machine 332</p> <p>Setting up Time Machine 332</p> <p>Skipping files you don’t want to back up 336</p> <p>Retrieving files and folders 337</p> <p>Understanding Versions 342</p> <p>Restoring your entire backup 342</p> <p>Moving Your Backup from an Old Mac to a New Mac 344</p> <p>Working with Data-Recovery Programs 345</p> <p>Getting Rid of What You No Longer Need 348</p> <p><b>Chapter 2: Protecting Your Mac against Local and Remote Threats</b><b> 349</b></p> <p>Locking Down Your Mac 350</p> <p>Using Passwords 350</p> <p>Changing your password 351</p> <p>Applying password protection 353</p> <p>Using Touch ID 356</p> <p>Setting up Touch ID 357</p> <p>Using Touch ID 357</p> <p>Encrypting Data with FileVault 358</p> <p>Setting up FileVault 358</p> <p>Turning off FileVault 361</p> <p>Using Firewalls 362</p> <p>Configuring the Mac firewall 362</p> <p>Buying a more robust firewall 365</p> <p>Selecting Privacy Settings 366</p> <p>Creating Multiple Accounts 368</p> <p>Adding a new user account 369</p> <p>Defining Parental Controls 371</p> <p>Activating a Sharing Only account 377</p> <p>Switching between accounts 379</p> <p>Deleting an account 381</p> <p>A Few Final Security Tips 383</p> <p><b>Chapter 3: Networking Your Mac and Connecting Peripherals</b><b> 385</b></p> <p>Creating a Wired Network 386</p> <p>Creating a Wireless Network with a Router 390</p> <p>Connecting and Choosing a Printer 393</p> <p>Biting into Bluetooth 395</p> <p>Configuring Bluetooth on your Mac 396</p> <p>Pairing a Bluetooth device 398</p> <p>Sharing through Bluetooth 400</p> <p><b>Chapter 4: Sharing Files and Resources on a Network</b><b> 403</b></p> <p>Sharing Files with People Near and Far 404</p> <p>Using AirDrop 404</p> <p>Using a network 407</p> <p>Sharing Printers 415</p> <p>Seeing Your Screen from Afar 416</p> <p>Enabling screen sharing 416</p> <p>Starting a screen-sharing session with another Mac 417</p> <p><b>Chapter 5: Running Windows on a Mac</b><b> 421</b></p> <p>Working with BYOD and a Heterogeneous Computer Environment 422</p> <p>Using Boot Camp 423</p> <p>Setting up Boot Camp Assistant 423</p> <p><b>Chapter 6: Maintenance and Troubleshooting </b><b>427</b></p> <p>Shutting Down Frozen or Hung-Up Programs 428</p> <p>Handling Startup Troubles 430</p> <p>Resetting the System Management Controller 430</p> <p>Resetting NVRAM and PRAM 431</p> <p>Booting up in Safe Mode 431</p> <p>Uninstalling apps 433</p> <p>Repairing and Maintaining Storage Drives 434</p> <p>Running First Aid 434</p> <p>Booting from another Mac through a Thunderbolt cable 436</p> <p>Using the Recovery Disk 437</p> <p>Removing Jammed CDs or DVDs 438</p> <p><b>Book 4: Using Your Mac as a Media Center 441</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted with Media on Your Mac</b><b> 443</b></p> <p>Using Your Apple ID to Enjoy and Share Media 443</p> <p>Media Sharing 444</p> <p>Family Sharing 445</p> <p>Getting into the Media Apps in macOS Catalina 453</p> <p><b>Chapter 2: Tuning In and Listening with Music</b><b> 455</b></p> <p>Getting to Know the Music App 456</p> <p>The sidebar 457</p> <p>The Music window 458</p> <p>Working with Playlists 458</p> <p>Ordinary playlists 459</p> <p>Smart Playlists 461</p> <p>Genius playlists, shuffles, or mixes 466</p> <p>Organizing Your Music 468</p> <p>Adjusting Music Preferences 470</p> <p>Playing Audio with Music 474</p> <p>Listening to CDs 474</p> <p>Importing a CD’s audio tracks into Music 476</p> <p>Importing digital audio files 478</p> <p>Searching your Music library 478</p> <p>Playing digital audio files 479</p> <p>Burning an audio CD 482</p> <p>Listening to the Radio 484</p> <p>Playing Music Radio 484</p> <p>Shopping at the iTunes Store 485</p> <p>Downloading media from Music 488</p> <p><b>Chapter 3: Enjoying Podcasts, News, and TV</b><b> 491</b></p> <p>Finding and Playing Podcasts 491</p> <p>Exploring podcasts 492</p> <p>Listening to or watching podcasts 492</p> <p>Setting Podcast Preferences 494</p> <p>Reading the News: Extra, Extra, Read All about It! 496</p> <p>Reading the daily news 496</p> <p>Following a publisher or channel 498</p> <p>Saving and sharing stories 498</p> <p>Setting News preferences 499</p> <p>Watching TV on Your Mac 500</p> <p><b>Chapter 4: Reading and Listening to Books on Your Mac</b><b> 505</b></p> <p>Thumbing through Books 505</p> <p>Finding something to read at Apple Books 507</p> <p>Adding books and files from other sources 509</p> <p>Reading by screen light 510</p> <p>Sorting your books 513</p> <p><b>Chapter 5: Looking at Photos</b><b> 515</b></p> <p>Understanding Digital Photography 515</p> <p>Transferring Digital Images to the Mac 517</p> <p>Retrieving photos using Photos 518</p> <p>Moving photos from other folders into Photos 520</p> <p>Organizing Your Photo Library 521</p> <p>Tagging images 521</p> <p>Using the Keyword Manager 523</p> <p>Manually adding information to photos 524</p> <p>Creating a Smart Album 525</p> <p>Creating folders 526</p> <p>Deleting photos, albums, and folders 527</p> <p>Mapping your images 528</p> <p>Creating Memories 530</p> <p>Finding images 531</p> <p>Creating a slideshow 531</p> <p>Capturing Photos with Photo Booth 534</p> <p>Editing Photos with Photos 537</p> <p>Sharing Photos 541</p> <p>Printing photos 541</p> <p>Sending photos in a message 542</p> <p>Using Photo Stream 543</p> <p><b>Book 5: Taking Care of Business 547</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1: Managing Contacts</b><b> 549</b></p> <p>Setting Up Contacts 550</p> <p>Viewing Contacts 550</p> <p>Designing your Contacts template 551</p> <p>Entering contacts 553</p> <p>Working with Contacts 560</p> <p>Searching contacts 561</p> <p>Editing a card 561</p> <p>Deleting a contact 562</p> <p>Creating groups 562</p> <p>Sharing Your Contacts 568</p> <p>Sending one contact at a time 568</p> <p>Exporting multiple cards 569</p> <p>Printing your Contacts 570</p> <p><b>Chapter 2: Staying on Schedule with Calendar</b><b> 573</b></p> <p>Getting Acquainted with Calendar 574</p> <p>Working with Multiple Calendars 576</p> <p>Creating a new calendar 577</p> <p>Accessing calendars from other accounts 578</p> <p>Subscribing to online calendars 580</p> <p>Importing Calendar data 582</p> <p>Creating a new calendar group 582</p> <p>Moving a calendar or group 584</p> <p>Renaming and deleting calendars and groups 584</p> <p>Creating and Modifying Events 585</p> <p>Viewing events 585</p> <p>Creating an event 585</p> <p>Editing an event 587</p> <p>Moving an event 594</p> <p>Deleting an event 595</p> <p>Finding Events 595</p> <p>Color-coding events 595</p> <p>Selectively hiding events 595</p> <p>Checking for today’s events 596</p> <p>Checking events for a specific date 596</p> <p>Searching for an event 597</p> <p>Exporting Calendar data 598</p> <p>Sharing your calendars 598</p> <p>Backing up Calendar data and restoring a backup file 600</p> <p>Printing a Calendar file 601</p> <p>Organizing Tasks with Reminders 602</p> <p>Creating new Reminders tasks 602</p> <p>Making new lists 605</p> <p><b>Chapter 3: Creating Documents with Pages</b><b> 607</b></p> <p>Working with Document Templates 608</p> <p>Choosing a template 608</p> <p>Replacing placeholder text 610</p> <p>Replacing placeholder photos and graphics 611</p> <p>Adding pages or sections to your document 614</p> <p>Moving around your document 616</p> <p>Working with Text 617</p> <p>Editing text 617</p> <p>Formatting text 618</p> <p>Adjusting line spacing, justification, and margins 620</p> <p>Creating and Placing Text Boxes 629</p> <p>Creating a text box 629</p> <p>Moving a text box 630</p> <p>Resizing a text box 630</p> <p>Uniting text boxes 631</p> <p>Using Styles 631</p> <p>Using a paragraph style 632</p> <p>Using an image style 633</p> <p>Using a text box style 634</p> <p>Creating Charts and Tables 635</p> <p>Adding and removing a chart 635</p> <p>Adding a table 637</p> <p>Adding shapes 638</p> <p>Arranging objects 640</p> <p>Wrapping text around an object 641</p> <p>Polishing Your Document 642</p> <p>Spell-checking a document 642</p> <p>Finding and replacing text 644</p> <p>Saving Your Documents on Your Mac or iCloud 645</p> <p>Printing Your Documents 646</p> <p>Exporting to a Different File Format 646</p> <p><b>Chapter 4: Presenting with Keynote</b><b> 649</b></p> <p>Creating a Presentation 650</p> <p>Choosing a theme and saving your presentation 651</p> <p>Opening an existing file 653</p> <p>Finding your way around Keynote 654</p> <p>Adding slides 656</p> <p>Manipulating Text 658</p> <p>Entering text 658</p> <p>Inserting text boxes 659</p> <p>Editing text 659</p> <p>Formatting text and text boxes 660</p> <p>Adding Shapes, Charts, and Tables 667</p> <p>Inserting predefined shapes 667</p> <p>Aligning and arranging objects 669</p> <p>Adding a chart 670</p> <p>Adding a table 672</p> <p>Adding Media Files 674</p> <p>Adding sound 674</p> <p>Adding photos or movies 676</p> <p>Rearranging Slides 678</p> <p>Creating groups of slides 678</p> <p>Deleting a slide 680</p> <p>Skipping a slide 680</p> <p>Creating Transitions and Effects 680</p> <p>Creating a slide transition 681</p> <p>Creating text and graphic effects 682</p> <p>Adding hyperlinks to your presentation 685</p> <p>Using Masters to Customize Themes 686</p> <p>Polishing Your Presentation 687</p> <p>Viewing a presentation 688</p> <p>Rehearsing a presentation 688</p> <p>Preparing for your big event 689</p> <p>Controlling your presentation remotely 690</p> <p>Letting others run your presentation 692</p> <p><b>Chapter 5: Crunching with Numbers</b><b> 695</b></p> <p>Understanding the Parts of a Numbers Spreadsheet 696</p> <p>Creating a Numbers Spreadsheet 699</p> <p>Creating a new spreadsheet with a template 699</p> <p>Opening an existing file 700</p> <p>Working with Sheets 701</p> <p>Adding a sheet 702</p> <p>Deleting a sheet 702</p> <p>Adding or removing a table 702</p> <p>Resizing a table 703</p> <p>Changing the appearance of a table 703</p> <p>Inserting headers and resizing rows and columns 704</p> <p>Typing Data into Tables 706</p> <p>Formatting numbers and text 707</p> <p>Entering formulas 710</p> <p>Formatting data entry cells 713</p> <p>Sorting data 717</p> <p>Deleting data in cells 718</p> <p>Adding a chart 718</p> <p>Naming sheets, tables, and charts 720</p> <p>Making Your Spreadsheets Pretty 720</p> <p>Adding a text box 721</p> <p>Adding media 721</p> <p>Sharing Your Spreadsheet 722</p> <p>Printing a spreadsheet 722</p> <p>Exporting a spreadsheet 723</p> <p>Sharing files directly from Numbers 725</p> <p><b>Chapter 6: Getting the Most Out of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote</b><b> 727</b></p> <p>Collaborating with Keynote, Pages, and Numbers 728</p> <p>Inserting Media from Other Sources 731</p> <p>Copying and Pasting 732</p> <p>Modifying Photos 732</p> <p>Masking a photo 733</p> <p>Making parts of a picture transparent with Instant Alpha 735</p> <p>Using Adjust Image 735</p> <p>Adding Comments 737</p> <p>Finding More Templates 738</p> <p>Index 739</p>
<p><b>Joe Hutsko</b> has been writing about computers, gadgets, and video games for over 20 years. <b>Barbara Boyd</b> is coauthor with Joe of three editions of <i>iPhone All-in-One For Dummies</i>. <b>Jesse Feiler</b> writes apps and books about building and using apps. <b>Doug Sahlin</b> is the author of more than 20 how-to books, many of them bestsellers.
<p><b>Your complete guide to Macs<sup>®</sup></b></sup> <p>Whether this is your first Mac or you're upgrading from an older version, you'll find everything you need to know in one of these minibooks. Set up and customize your Mac, explore the newest macOS, back up and restore your data, keep your Mac safe, stream content to other devices, and then get productive, creative, and organized with cool built-in tools. <p><b>5 Books Inside…</b> <ul> <li>Getting Started with Your Mac</li> <li>Using the Internet</li> <li>Beyond the Basics</li> <li>Using Your Mac as a Media Center</li> <li>Taking Care of Business</li> </ul>

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