Configuring displays and AirPlay


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Configuring displays and AirPlay

Here we are in the Display System Preference . This particular computer is a MacBook Air with an external display hooked up to it, and of course, yours may look a bit different than mine. Now, as I mentioned, you can attach more than one monitor to your Mac, or a projector, or in some cases, an HDTV with an HDMI port. When you do that, you're going to see this arrangement tab. Click on that arrangement tab and you'll see the number of monitors you have here. If you choose to mirror displays, and that means having the same image on each display, they'll be placed on top of each other as you see here.

If you uncheck this option, the two of them will go side by side and you can move the images around. So, for example, in a two-monitor setup you may have one on the left and one on the right, you want to make sure that that left monitor appears that way in this display and the right monitor appears to its right. When you have these multiple displays, you'll have a different di...

Configuring displays and AirPlay
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Configuring displays and AirPlay provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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