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Why didn't you come? I was working in the garden with Dickon, said Mary. 122 switching to the mac: the missing manual In other words, you can get to anything in the Spotlight menu with only a few keystrokes. (Recognize this process from playlists in iTunes, or albums in iPhoto?) Each font can be in as many different collections as you want. chapter 2: folders, dock & windows 65 Cover Flow View The idea is the same in OS X, except that now it’s not album covers you’re flipping; it’s gigantic file and folder icons. Gem in the Rough Menu Help in the Help Menu OS  X contains a weird, wonderful little enhancement to its online help system. First, you can hide your purchases so nobody sees them. If you type veg, you see messages from Murray Vegelstein, messages from vegan@militanteaters. Click in the right column and type, or paste, the text you want OS X to type instead. Maybe you don’t have an iCloud account. chapter 7: special software, special problems 271 Games Games Nobody switches to the Mac to play games; of the top 250 computer games for Windows, only about 150 are available for the Macintosh. Among other virtues, it can easily open Outlook or Outlook Express email collections on the PC—and convert them into formats that Mac email programs can use. Time Machine Here’s the master on/off switch and options pane for Time Machine, which is described in Chapter 5. (Heck, you could have all kinds of fun with this: Money-losing projects get red tints; profitable ones get green; things that make you sad are blue. chapter 11: mail & contacts 387 Writing Messages Note: Mail Drop is an iCloud feature. But Wake on Demand gives you the best of both worlds. Slightly dim the display while on battery power. (Press Return to make a new line for the second number, if necessary) Applying the settings That’s all the setup; on the Mac, in the Network pane of System Preferences, click Apply. It makes me hungry here, and I am getting fatter. The “Calendar” Category Concept Calendar has calendars that let you organize appointments into subsets. Control.