User Guides For Mac

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Are you new to the Mac? MacMost has more than 1,400 free tutorials that can help you get up to speed quickly. Here is a collection of videos hand-picked to help those who are using a Mac for the first time.

With just a click or a tap, you can extend your Mac desktop using your iPad, effortlessly share files with friends, and more. Learn how to use your Mac and devices together To browse the macOS User Guide, click Table of Contents at the top of the page. If you need more help, visit the macOS Support website.

Getting Started

First, get a tour of the Mac keyboard. Then, learn about the many different ways to launch apps on your Mac. Your Mac also comes with a large collection of apps pre-installed which can handle most basic computer tasks. One of the key techniques you should know about right away is how to bring up context menus, and there are also a few other key things you should master.

User guides for mac proThe 4 Mac Techniques You Need to Master

Working With Files, Folders and Documents

The Finder is the environment you use to view your files and folders. Learn a variety of techniques to help you manage your stuff, such as selecting multiple items and opening tabs in the Finder. But on a Mac you don’t need to return to the Finder to rename or move documents, you can do that while editing. You can also revert to earlier versions of documents.

Understanding Document Versions

Safety and Security

No matter which computer or devices you use, you should always keep security in mind. On a Mac it is easy to set strong, unique password for each website and service you use. If someone else needs to use your Mac, they should have their own account you should only give them access to the Guest Account.
As for malware, Apple has you covered with built-in anti-virus and a way to protect yourself against installing something that would harm your Mac. MacMost has a free course and eBook on Mac security.
Another thing you should do is to set a lock screen message so that if you lose your Mac and someone finds it, they can get it back to you.

The Practical Guide to Mac Security (Free Book)

Using Safari

The Mac’s default web browser is Safari. It is fast, energy-efficient and good with security and privacy. Learn how to go to sites and perform searches. When reading articles, use the reader view. If a tab in Safari has a video or sound playing, you can mute it. Learn other key Safari web-browsing techniques.

Safari Web Surfing Techniques

MacMost Beginner’s Guides

These short videos focus on a single topic for those who are new to using a Mac.

A Beginner's Guide to Mac Display Preferences
A Beginner's Guide To Organizing With Folders On Your Mac
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Scroll Bars
A Beginner's Guide to Resizing Mac Windows
A Beginner's Guide To Renaming Files
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Maps App
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Trackpad
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
A Beginner's Guide to Status Menus
A Beginner's Guide to Getting Started With Time Machine
A Beginner's Guide To the Desktop FolderPro
A Beginner's Guide to Previewing Files On Your Mac
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Context Menus
A Beginner's Guide To the Mac App Switcher
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Cursor
A Beginner's Guide to Sending Images In Email Messages
A Beginner's Guide to Mac User Accounts
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Downloads Folder
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Notes
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Modifier Keys
A Beginner's Guide to TextEdit
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac App Store
A Beginner's Guide to Web Searching
A Beginner's Guide to Windows and Tabs
A Beginner's Guide to Drag and Drop On the Mac
A Beginner's Guide to Siri On the Mac
A Beginner's Guide to the Red, Yellow and Green Window Buttons
A Beginner's Guide to Copy and Paste
A Beginner's Guide to Finder Views
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Reminders
A Beginner's Guide to Desktop Backgrounds
A Beginner's Guide to System Preferences
A Beginner's Guide to LaunchPad
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Trash
A Beginner's Guide to Mac Spotlight
A Beginner's Guide to the Mac Menu Bar
A Beginner’s Guide to the Mac Dock
A Beginner's Guide to Mission Control

More Mac Tips

Hungry for more? Learn how you can quickly open recent files and access frequently-used files. Find out how to take screen shots. And see how you can uninstall apps.

How To Uninstall Apps

Getting Help

The Help menu in any App will give you access to keyboard shortcuts, help you locate menu commands, and view app documentation. You can also download MacMost’s keyboard shortcut PDF if you like shortcuts.
If you have a problem with your Mac, Apple has terrific customer support. You can take your Mac to the Genius Bar in any Apple Store for free help, advice and as the first step in any repair.

Get Help At the Genius Bar

Want even more help getting up to speed? MacMost has a general course on using macOS Mojave. It includes 60 video tutorials, with more than 7 hours of video instruction. You can get it for 25% off the regular price here:

Also, check out this MacMost book with 101 Mac Tips. It is available for about 8 bucks.

User Guides

The User Guide, which covers all product editions, provides details on installation, optional settings, voice commands and dictation of different types of text. The guide also includes tips and notes to help you use the software more effectively.

Be sure to also take advantage of our illustrated workbook. For the latest technical details, please see the KnowledgeBase.

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Bluetooth Wireless Headset Guides

Dragon Microphones
Calisto Microphones
  • We recommend plugging the Bluetooth microphone’s dongle (wireless adaptor) into your computer before you open Dragon.
  • While the Calisto II's headset is charging, its indicator light glows solid red, but once the headset is fully charged, this light goes off.
  • The headset does not automatically power on. Once the headset is charged and paired to its dongle, you must power it up by holding its button for about 6 seconds (it then emits 4 ascending beeps), then pressing it for 1 second to activate its radio link to its dongle
Title: Using the Calisto II Bluetooth wireless microphone with Dragon

This video includes how to charge and power up the headset, as well as turn on the connection to its USB wireless adapter. It also covers how to check the “recording device” settings in the Windows Control Panel.

User Guides For Mac Versions

Quick Start Cards

Mac Os User Guide

The Quick Start Card helps you quickly install and activate Dragon.

User Guides For Mac Os

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