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The preview screen shows you each one before you commit it to paper. The “Alert volume” slider is just for error beeps; Apple was kind enough to let you adjust the volume of these error beeps independently. (It lands in the other Mac’s Downloads folder) Screen sharing. Without the c key, you wind up playing a frustrating game of chase-the-folder. He was probably like herself and had never heard it before. It was not so much the lecture which interested him as the legs which looked straighter and stronger each day, the boyish head which held itself up so well, the once sharp chin and hollow cheeks which had filled and rounded out and the eyes which had begun to hold the light he remembered in another pair. This icon is actually a button; clicking it brings you to the Keyboard pane, where you can see exactly which keystroke is in dispute and change it. Filling your buddy list If you don’t see your buddy list when you open Messages (Figure 13-3), choose WindowÆBuddies. Turn on EditÆ​ SubstitutionsÆSmart Links. Mother said that there was enough trouble and raging in th' house to set any child wrong. (Press Return to make a new line for the second number) Note: If your Mac plugs directly into the cable modem (that is, you don’t use a router), then you’ll have to turn the cable modem or DSL box off and then on again when you’ve switched from the PC to the Mac. It also tells you where to put them all. Eh! said Martha. (Your child’s name must already be in your Contacts; if not, go add her first. What you can do, though, is click the button to open this secret menu. (Any digital camera owner who doesn’t own the full-blown Photoshop program, that is) If your goal is to organize and use your photos, rather than paint on them, remember that iPhoto is already on your hard drive. Pause Screen Sharing is like drawing a privacy curtain when you want to duck into your email program to read something. It can’t find addresses, coordinates, or smaller companies) Spotlight Figure 3-17: You can use Spotlight to call up details about any movie, past or present (if your Mac is online). And you have to do your work and Ben Weatherstaff won't speak to me often. There! said Mary, and she gulped too.