Using and Customizing the Dock.
Understanding the Dock. Using Items on the Dock. Organizing the Dock. Customizing the Appearance and Behavior of the Dock. Working with Docklings. Using Dock Keyboard Shortcuts. Chapter 6. Chapter 7. Understanding Mac OS 9. Installing, Configuring, and Running the Classic Environment.
Installing and Using Classic Applications. Running Mac OS 9. Chapter 8. Setting Your Preferences. Using the Color Picker to Choose Colors.
Controlling Open Applications. Using Disks and Discs. Working with Your iDisk. Controlling System Startup.
Logging In As Root. Exploring Mac OS X. Chapter 9.
Working with the Command Line. Learning Unix by Example. Working with Basic Unix Applications. Unix Resources. Part II: Connecting to the World. Chapter Connecting Your Mac to the Internet. Connecting to the Internet. Choosing Your Internet Connection Technology. Obtaining and Configuring an Account.
Configuring Your Mac for Internet Access. AirPort Wireless Networking. Making the Most of AirPort. Using Email. Introducing the Address Book and Mail. Setting Up and Using an Address Book.
Not Helpful 0 Helpful 1. Expanding Your System. Because you're copying the files and folders and not moving them from your hard disk to the CD or DVD, all of the icons appear as aliases. Capturing Images for the Digital Lifestyle. You can use either kind in IT Computer Classrooms.
Configuring Mail. Sending, Receiving, and Replying to Email. Customizing Your Email. Sending and Receiving Files with Email.
Searching Email. Max OS X to the Max: Email Away. Surfing the Web. Browsing the Web with Safari. Using Sherlock to Search the Web. Downloading and Preparing Files. Working with Plug-Ins and Helper Applications. Going Further on the Web. Putting Yourself on the Web. Developing Your Presence on the Web.
Using a. Part III: Living the Digital Life. Creating and Editing Digital Images. Capturing Images for the Digital Lifestyle. Capturing Images Using a Digital Camera. Downloading Images to Your Mac.
Capturing Screen Images. Using iPhoto to Master Digital Images. Working with Preview. Listening to and Working with Music. Understanding Music on the Mac. Exploring iTunes. Listening to Audio CDs with iTunes. Customizing Music Playback. Making Your Music Mobile. Sharing iTunes Music on a Network. More Music. Making Digital Movie Magic with iMovie. Working with Digital Video. Choosing and Using a DV Camcorder. Hanns, you are wrong, I am sorry to hear you can not follow the instructions to burn a CD in MacOS, perhaps you can try again and follow each step.
If you want to burn a CD from another disk, which is a different procedure than simply burning a CD, you need to make an image of the original CD then burn that image to the new blank CD. Name required. Mail will not be published required. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. Enter your email address below: Posted by: July 11, at Alberto says: July 13, at 1: SunByrd says: July 13, at 7: January 6, at 4: Leergy says: January 7, at 9: You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.
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I tried to copy an audio CD but after 30 minutes I was only half through Imac 3. It is much easier and faster to import the CD into Itunes first and burn it. Such pause would throw the song off the beat.
Fitness instructors often find this problem. Miro's World Comments, thoughts and observations on technology, web and life. Here is what you have to do: In the Where box, choose Desktop. Now you need to burn it on new, blank CD: You should now see the disk image of your CD on the left hand side, typically at the bottom of the list. Select the image , and then click on the Burn button Follow the directions and insert a black CD-R disc when prompted You can repeat step 2 as many time you need, of course: