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Getting Started with Your Mac and Mac OS X Tiger by Scott Kelby

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Lesson 9. How to Save Your Work So You Can Use It Again Later

Time

This lesson takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.

Goals

To set up a system for saving your work so you’ll not only be able to find your saved files with ease, but also protect your work from accidental loss.

So far, the applications we’ve been using all automatically save the changes you’ve made since the last time you opened the application. For example, if you imported songs from a music CD into iTunes, those songs are still there the next time you open iTunes, right? Right. Same thing with iCal—it saves all your appointments when you quit iCal. Even if you don’t open iCal again for weeks, all your stuff is still there. However, most other applications will require you ...

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