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You can dedicate each one to a different program or kind of program. A parade of interesting words drawn from the Dictionary program. Doubleclick the workgroup name you want) Tip: You can also access the shared PC via the Connect to Server command, as described on page 551. When her Ayah was dead there was no one to give a thought to the little thing. Two venerable guides to British English: the Oxford Dictionary of English and Oxford Thesaurus of English. If you’d prefer to see these SDH captions instead of the regular ones, turn on “Prefer Closed Captions and SDH. If you disagree, click on the X in the word bubble to make me shut up and leave what you typed, just as you typed it. (The only evidence she’ll have that you’re rooting around behind the scenes is a tiny menu-bar icon that looks like this: Y) Figure 16-19: The Mac wants to know if you want to view or control the screen that’s in use right now by whomever’s using Other Mac—or if you want to use the “virtual display” option, where you take control of your account on the other Mac without disturbing the totally different activity of whomever is seated there. Once you’re in, the world of the Mac looks just the way you left it (or the way an administrator set it up for you). For these purposes, use the Export and Import commands found in the File menu of almost every database, spreadsheet, email, and address-book program. The last menu is almost always Help. What did tha'shut thysel' up for? Everyone thought I was going to die, said Colin shortly. Say what you have to say. Or drag vertically through the time slots that represent the appointment’s duration. (You’re not allowed to turn off the Big Three: Mail, Messages, and AirDrop) For more on Extensions, see page 596. The front matter of the Oxford American Dictionary (the reference section at the beginning) is here, too. But no one came, and as she lay waiting the house seemed to grow more and more silent. Out of the box, the buttons on the toolbar (¬, T, and so on) have no labels. In the main window, you now see the Public Folder icons for each account holder on that computer: Mom, Dad, Sissy, whatever, as shown in Figure 16-9. (Or, if you have time to kill, click once on the name, wait a moment, and then click a second time) In any case, a rectangle appears around the name (Figure 3-1).