Mac OS X Lion Video Training Course App

Mac OS X Lion Video Training Course App

Mac OS X Lion Video Training Course App

AppDictions App Review:
The Mac U presents their latest release; the Mac OS X Lion Video Training Course and it is jam packed with information to better help you navigate through the Lion OS. There are over 80 lessons on 4 hours of high quality HD videos. This course provides the basics and then some. Everything from Menu bar to email, to iTunes through basic troubleshooting techniques – check out the content overview in the iTunes description below.

The training layout is clean and intuitive and the presenter pans and zooms in on the screencast to emphasize and highlight certain topics. Ever feel like you are trying to process too much information but don’t want to stop the flow of instruction? Well, there is a nifty little notes pane for you which can be created to a single document upon completion.

The man behind the curtain is Drew Swanson. Drew is the creator of The Mac U, an Apple Consultants Network member, and has personally used Mac’s for over 20 years, so he’s a name you can trust. The Mac U stable now features
3 powerful video training courses.

This is useful for not only a Mac newbie but for anyone unfamiliar with OS Lion 10.7. There were some great shortcuts and items I wasn’t previously aware of. There are many training courses available for Mac user training, and the Mac OS X Lion Video Training Course is up there with the best of them.


iTunes Description
Get the most out of your Mac with our Mac OS X Lion video training course App! Great for anyone new to the Mac or new to OS X 10.7 Lion!

  • 4 Hours of HD Mac OS X Tutorial Videos!
  • 83 lessons on everything it takes to use Mac OS X.
  • Simple interface that makes is easy to navigate through the videos.
  • The HD screencast videos guide the viewer with zooms, pans and highlights of what is being discussed.
  • The keyboard shortcuts associated with each lesson are listed in the sidebar.
  • Use the notes pane to jot down things to remember from each lesson, then output all your notes in a single PDF document!

With over 80 HD training videos this course covers all the basics of Mac OS X Lion along with some more advanced content. Anyone new to the Mac or new to Lion will benefit from these tutorials. Discover the best ways to perform basic file and folder navigation, put all those system preferences to work for you and how to use built in apps like iCal, Mail, Safari, iTunes, Preview and Address Book. Each video is presented in HD video at 1280×720 resolution.

Course Outline…

App Introduction

A. Desktop and Finder (About 48 minutes)
1. The Desktop
2. The Menubar
3. Using the Finder
4. Finder Preferences
5. View Options
6. The Dock
7. Stacks
8. The Home Folder
9. LaunchPad
10. Disc Burning
11. Mission Control
12. Spotlight Search

B. System Preferences (About 75 Minutes)
1.Sys Pref Intro
2. General
3. Desktop & Screen Saver
4. Dock
5. Mission Control
6. Language & Text
7. Security & Privacy
8. Spotlight
9. Universal Access
10. CDs & DVDs
11. Displays
12. Energy Saver
13. Keyboard
14. Mouse
15. Trackpad
16. Print & Scan
17. Sound
18. Mail Contacts & Calendars
19. MobileMe
20. Network
21. Bluetooth
22. Sharing
23. Users & Groups
24. parental Controls
25. Date & Time
26. Software Update
27. Speech
28. Time Machine
29. Startup Disk
30. Other

C. Applications (About 130 Minutes)

1. Full Screen, Auto-Save, Versions and Resume
2. Safari
•Safari Intro
•Bookmarks & Reading List
•Tabbed Browsing
•Printing Web Pages
•Viewing PDFs

3. Mail
•Account Setup
•View Mail
•Compose Mail
•Junk Mail
•Mailboxes & Rules
•Data Detectors & Signatures

4. iCal
•The iCal Interface
•Creating Calendars & Events
•Print Calendars

5. Addressbook
•Create & Edit Contacts
•Editing Fields & Photos
•View Options, Groups, Search

6. iTunes
•The iTunes Interface
•iTunes Preferences
•Importing Songs
•Creating Playlists & Burning CDs
•Using the iTunes & Mac App Stores

7. Preview
•View & Edit Images
•View & Edit PDFs
•Annotate PDFs
•Taking Screenshots

8. Text Edit
•The TextEdit Toolbar
•Text Styles
•Lists & Tables

9. Dictionary
•Spell Check

10. Quicktime Player
•Play & Trim

11. Time Machine
•Recover Files
•Put Back

D. Basic Troubleshooting (About 10 Minutes)
1. Organization and maintenance
2. What to try first.
3. Disk Utility
4. Where to go for help?

Mac OS X 10.6 or later

Mac App:
Learn - Lion Edition - Andrew Swanson

Chris Caso - Chris Caso an entrepreneur from New Jersey who started a company in 2002 called CR Digital Design, Inc., a creative marketing company. Once the “App Boom” began his passion switch to the mobile industry. In 2009 he started AppDictions. Discovering new applications and sharing them with friends and family morphed into letting the world know through his blog AppDictions. Chris’s real world marketing skills was a great fit for mobile app developers and the success of the site proves it.
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