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Program Handouts


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Fred Hathorn

Mac Apps Support

Photo Management Handout

Photos on IPad/iPhone

APPLE Support


Apple Discussions 

Tutorials - ScreenCastsonline 

Find out how.................  Mac Basics Tutorials


Great Widget for Mac OS Tutorials  

MacFixIt Good trouble-shooting web site 

MacUpDate Site for Mac Updates, Freeware & Shareware

VersionTracker Site for Freeware & Shareware

Apple Store, St Johns Town Center

February Handout-Pages by Charles Reich

April Handouts-App For That
**HELPFUL Links + Tips & Tricks**
Program Handouts
(Really helpful !!)


How To RESIZE your Photos by Charlie Reich

Sharing Photos Between Devices presented by Fred Hathorn (Feb 15, 2018) —————————————————————————————


April 19, 2018


Open iTunes GO TO HELP


Open iTunes and click on HELP

iTunes Support

Annoying IOS Features

PHOTOS presentation Slides (Nov meeting)

Carol Sisco’s Presentation

Handout for eBAY

Wikihow for eBAY

How To AirDrop Photos

Judy Frick’s Notes IOS 9 - iPad/iPhone


iWatch by Roger

Apple Support-iWatch



Creating AppleSauce using New Pages

by Charlie Reich


“AppleTV” by Roger & Tina

Presentation Outline



“Our Digital Legacy” by Sam

Digital & Online Inventory

A Blueprint for Your Digital Afterlife, Part I - Recode

Digital Death and Afterlife Online Services List | The Digital Beyond

Digital Legacy | Lifestream Blog

Digital legacy

Digital Passing | Estate Planning for Passwords and Digital Property

Everybody Dies- How to Preserve Your Digital Legacy | Center for Democracy & Technology

Law Office Software for The Macintosh -Attorney using Macintosh Legal Software

Legacy Planning in the Digital Age

Life and Death Online and Facebook- Who Controls a Digital Legacy? - WSJ

Managing Digital Accounts After Death

Managing Your Digital Legacy- Will Others Be Able to Access Your Cloud-Based Files When You No Longe…

OS X Maintenance And Troubleshooting

Plan Your Digital Legacy, and Update Often - The New York Times

Planned Departure | Transfer digital assets and manage on-line identities after death

Planning Your Digital Legacy, Part II - Recode

Store and Share Everything Important | Everplans

This One Simple Trick Will Share Your Online Account Access After Death

Who Will Take Care Of Your Digital Legacy After You Die? Poll Says Many People Haven’t Specified


August Presentation—“How To’s”

by Charlie


*Take Control Ebooks*
TidBITS Publishing Inc.
Helpful Ebooks for Mac/Apple

Ten TIPS presented by David Pogue on YouTube
contributed by Fred Hathorn

TIPS click on TIPS



Keystroke Characters - useful everyday
How to make a bootable Lion install disc or drive (Macworld)
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How To Move(Transfer “stuff) From iMac to Macbook/iMac 
(if you have Wi-Fi Internet)

Turn on your iMac and be sure it is online

Turn on your other (Macbook or iMac), go to System Preferences, Sharing and check File Sharing if it is not already checked.
Make sure it is online.

Now on the iMac, open a new Finder Window and on the left you should see your other (Macbook or iMac) named under Shared.

Click on the named other (Macbook or iMac) and a window appears where you can choose Connect As if the connection is not automatic

When the little box appears, type in the  name and the password of the other (Macbook or iMac)
If you have put in the correct name and password, you should see;
folder Hard Drive
folder your name
folder your name Public Folder

Once you open the Hard drive, the Applications, Library, System, Users (where you find Documents, Pictures, etc)

With that open in the Finder Window, you now open your Hard Drive on the iMac and you should be able to drag from one to the other.
Be careful so you drag the iMac to the other (Macbook or iMac) unless the other (Macbook or iMac) is more current and then of course reverse the drag, OK????


MAIL Settings - pop account with Bellsouth/AT&T
Open Mail,
under Mail choose Preferences, Accounts, click on your AT&T/Bellsouth account
Incoming Mail Server: pop.att.yahoo.com
Click Advanced: Insert Port - 995 check Use SSL
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) (Choose dropdown Edit SMTP Server List)
Description: AT&T/Bellsouth
Server Name: smtp.att.yahoo.com
Click on Advanced, choose Use custom port: Insert 465
Check Use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Authentication: Password
User Name: Your complete email address
Password: Your AT&T/Bellsouth Password
Click OK
Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP) should say AT&T/Bellsouth, check Use only this server
Be sure to SAVE all changes you have made or nothing changes!!!!!!


APRIL Program -- Download Dashboard Widgets
-- MAIL Support via Apple

App Store Catalog -- Find Apps (updated)

Moving To iCloud
Using Preview for filling out PDF forms, etc
by Fred Hathorn
Getting To Know Your iPAD

Bootable OSX 10.8 Flash Drive

“SIRI, Your Wish is Its Command”

Judy Frick & Kai Long
Program Handout


OS X maintenance & optimization tool.   Free

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