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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Getting Started with Mac OS X Lion for End Users $74.95
Getting Organized with Mac OS X Lion $74.95
Using Mac OSX Lion to Interact with the World $74.95
Under the Hood with Mac OS X Lion $74.95
Getting Started with Safari $74.95
Up and Running with Safari 5.1 $74.95
Sharing Content and Browsing the Web Privately and Securely using Safari $74.95

Bundle Price: $239.00
Total Savings: $285.65


Getting Started with Mac OS X Lion for End Users

OS X Lion is version 10.7 of Apple Inc.'s OS X desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. Built on a UNIX foundation, OS X takes full advantage of the technologies in Mac computers so that all aspects of a Mac work together, from the default browser - Safari - to the iLife suite of applications. OS X Lion includes plenty of new features, including improved desktop management and multitouch gestures. This course introduces experienced Mac OS X users and novices alike to the features of OS X Lion, including the desktop interface, new features in OS X Lion, and how to manage workspaces with Mission Control.
  • recognize how to use multitouch gestures
  • recognize how to end your Mac session
  • use the Dock in Lion OS X
  • navigate windows in OS X Lion
  • use widgets in the Dashboard
  • use Mission Control in OS X Lion
  • perform basic tasks on the OS X Lion desktop

Getting Organized with Mac OS X Lion

Built on a UNIX foundation, OS X Lion is version 10.7 of Apple Inc.'s OS X desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. OS X Lion takes full advantage of the technologies in Mac computers so that all aspects of a Mac work together, like the Spotlight feature that's integrated into several Mac applications. OS X Lion provides several methods of organizing items, such as smart folders and labels. There are multiple ways of searching for items, and the method you choose would depend on what you're looking for, where you are at the moment, and how much information you want about it. In OS X Lion, the App Store enables you to easily get new apps for your computer, while Launchpad can be used to organize those apps. This course introduces experienced Mac OS X users and novices alike to ways of organizing and finding items, as well as managing apps in OS X Lion.
  • organize items in OS X Lion
  • search for items in OS X Lion
  • use Launchpad to open apps
  • use the App Store
  • use Launchpad to delete apps
  • organize items in OS X Lion
  • search for items in OS X Lion
  • find and download an app

Using Mac OSX Lion to Interact with the World

OS X Lion is a powerful operating system which allows users to interact with the world using a variety of tightly-integrated applications. Communication, sharing and contact management features work together, enabling users to send emails, conduct chats, make video calls, and share files. This course introduces experienced Mac OS X users and novices alike to the connectivity features of OS X Lion, including an introduction to Address Book, a discussion of OS X Lion Mail, the powerful iChat and FaceTime applications, and OS X Lion's networking and sharing features.
  • managing contacts with Address Book
  • organize contacts using smart groups
  • send and receive e-mail using Mail
  • choose a stationary theme for an e-mail
  • organize mailboxes in Mail
  • start an instant messaging session using iChat
  • sequence the steps to place a video call using FaceTime
  • describe the networking options in OS X Lion
  • share files using AirDrop
  • use Address Book to manage contacts
  • communicate with others using OS X Lion tools
  • recognize how to use OS X Lion to network and share files

Under the Hood with Mac OS X Lion

OS X Lion provides many ways to configure the operating system, customize preferences, protect files and settings, and synchronize data with a variety of devices. This course introduces experienced Mac OS X users and novices alike to the various settings that reside 'under the hood' in OS X Lion, including commonly used System Preference settings, how to protect your system using Time Machine, and how to back up and recover files. The course also covers how to use iTunes and iCloud to keep your apps and data synchronized.
  • customize Finder in OS X Lion
  • customize OS X Lion preferences
  • use Auto Save and Versions to protect your documents
  • back up your OS X Lion system
  • restore your OS X Lion system
  • set up OS X Lion to automatically synchronize your data
  • customize, protect, and sync OS X Lion

Getting Started with Safari

This course introduces you to Safari - Apple's innovative, fast, and full-featured web browser. The course covers such topics as exploring Safari's streamlined, intuitive interface, and working with Safari using Mac OS X Lion's multi-touch gestures. Other topics include using Safari's Smart search field, bookmarking your favorite web sites, and using tabbed browsing and Safari's customizable Top Sites feature.
  • browse the web using Safari
  • modify your Safari interface
  • edit your Top Site settings
  • organize bookmarks in Safari
  • describe the search features of Safari
  • use Safari to browse the web
  • modify your safari environment

Up and Running with Safari 5.1

You can use Safari 5.1 for basic web navigation, but once you've mastered the basic features, you can delve into using such features as the Reading List, or RSS feeds with Safari. This covers these features and also explores Safari's support for a wealth of extensions that you can add to the browser to maximize your browsing experience. The course also explores setting a variety of preferences in Safari and using Safari's built in Reader to make articles easier to read.
  • edit key Safari preferences
  • use the Reading list and Reader features in Safari
  • modify your RSS feed preferences in Safari
  • manage extensions in Safari
  • manage windows in Safari
  • use the preferences panel to manage your Safari environment
  • customize your Safari window for a given scenario
  • configure RSS feed preferences in Safari

Sharing Content and Browsing the Web Privately and Securely using Safari

Using Safari's advanced privacy and security preferences, you can ensure that your personal information is safe from prying eyes and that your browsing experience is safe and private. This course explains such topics as private browsing, resetting Safari, disabling pop-ups, along with more basic Safari usage such as printing, sharing, and saving web pages.
  • modify the privacy settings within Safari
  • modify Safari's security settings
  • save, print and share web content using Safari
  • search Safari's history for a previously viewed web page
  • browse the web privately and securely using Safari
  • output content from Safari
  • use Safari's history to find a previously viewed web page
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Mac OS X Lion and Safari for End Users e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252428
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $239