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OS X® Mountain Lion Absolute Beginner’s Guide by Yvonne Johnson

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11. Working with Files and Folders in the Finder

In This Chapter

• Creating shortcuts to files that are deeply buried in the file structure

• Searching for files using data about the file or in the file

• Taking a “Quick Look” at a file’s content without actually opening the file

• Applying colors to filenames

• Renaming, copying, moving, and deleting files

• Sharing a file in a message or a tweet, with other users wirelessly, and with Flickr

• Burning files to a disc

The two chapters previous to this one have very useful information—information that you need to know—but it’s all information that supports the activities in this chapter. The Finder isn’t like iPhoto. You don’t open the Finder to admire your files. You open the Finder so you ...

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