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Network Utility Network Utility isn’t actually in Yosemite’s Utilities folder. C. Tap the n button. At first they thought I was too little to understand and now they think I don't hear. See Figure 4-13) When you make a switch, you see a flash of animation as one screen flies away and another appears. When you restart the computer, the Mac will remember not just which Spaces you had open and what was on them, but also what pictures lay behind them. Type it in, and whatever you do, don’t forget it! Without that password, you won’t be able to recover your files if something goes wrong. The change in the weather seemed to have done him good. You can drag a message out of the list and into one of your filing folders, wait for the folder to spring open and reveal its subfolders, and then drag it directly into one of them. 468 Behind the scenes, your transcripts are saved in your LibraryÆMessagesÆArchives folder. Now you’re offered two ways of confirming your you-ness (Figure 12-10): Figure 12-10: If you opt for the Request Approval option, a message like this appears on your iPhone or iPad. I am better. Sometimes some of the features on a multifunction printer/ scanner aren’t available on the Mac. Note: As mentioned, the Dashboard may be on its way to the great software graveyard in the sky; Yosemite’s new Notification Center widgets do almost exactly the same thing. (You have to turn on this feature first, though. This sounded so imposing that Ben Weatherstaff became quite excited and really could not keep still. I skip and run--and I look about to see if things are beginning to stick up out of the earth. When you see a bit of earth you want, with something like a smile, take it, child, and make it come alive. AirDrop is a slick, simple way to shoot a file from one Mac to another—or even to or from an iPhone or iPad—without involving any setup, network settings, or user accounts; see page 536. You have some other cool options beyond sticking the scans in a folder; for example, you can send the resulting image to iPhoto, Preview, or Mail.