Newer Mac computers allow for the connection of wireless devices such as a keyboard, a mouse, a trackpad, and more using bluetooth connectivity. In this movie, you will know how to connect a bluetooth device to your Mac and access bluetooth preferences for pairing a device with your Mac and to customize default bluetooth settings.
- [Voiceover] Most newer Mac computers now…have built in Bluetooth connectivity,…and all that means is you can connect devices wirelessly…that use Bluetooth technology.…For example, on this iMac I'm working with,…I have a mouse, Magic Mouse,…I also have a keyboard that are wireless…and they use Bluetooth.…So, how do we connect these devices?…Well, typically, all you do is turn them on…and they get recognized.…For example, I'm going to turn on my trackpad.…
Next, let's go up to system preferences here…by clicking the Apple Menu and selecting System Preferences.…You'll notice, there is a Bluetooth icon, give it a click.…Right away, you'll see that it's searching…for things that might be connectable.…I have an Apple Magic Mouse, it's connected.…Same thing for my keyboard.…And, down below, this trackpad, which I just turned on,…can now be paired with my Mac.…So, I click it, you can see it's connecting,…and it won't take long before I'm using it.…There we go, a little message pops up that I should…probably replace or recharge the batteries as well.…
- Using the keyboard and gestures
- Exploring the desktop, Apple menu, Finder, and dock
- Finding files and folders
- Locating files with Spotlight
- Launching and quitting applications
- Task switching with Mission Control
- Transferring files from Windows to Mac
- Transferring mail and address books
- Connecting printers, cameras, and Bluetooth devices
- Getting online
- Adjusting settings in System Preferences
- Getting the best free apps from the App Store
Skill Level Intermediate
Mac OS X El Capitan Essential Trainingwith Nick Brazzi8h 13m Appropriate for all
Office for Mac 2016 New Featureswith David Rivers1h 31m Beginner
1. Navigate the Mac
2. The Mac Interface
3. Work with Files and Folders
4. Search on the Mac
5. Work with Applications on the Mac
6. Moving Day
7. Hardware on the Mac
8. Get Online with Your Mac
9. Set System Preferences
10. Top 5 Free Mac Apps
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