Opening local files in Safari


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Opening local files in Safari

We know that Safari is a solid Web browser, but you can also use it to open more than webpages. You can also open some of the Mac's local files and I'll show you how to do that. You can do this because of the plug-ins installed with Safari. So look under the Help menu, look at Installed Plug-ins, and we'll scroll down a bit and we'll see the QuickTime Plug-in 7.7.1. Now that may change in the version you have, if there's an update to QuickTime. The idea is look at the left here and you could see all these various media types that can be opened with this plug-in.

So let's see how that works. I'll go to my Documents folder, move this over this way, and let's play an audio file. (Music playing) We're rocking out to the Jellybricks. Now a movie. (Music playing) )Female Speaker: Welcome to Hansel and Petal. We are full service florist specializing in weddings and corporate events.) Here's Crabby McCrableton.

Also you can open PDF files. I'll drag one of ...

Opening local files in Safari
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Opening local files in Safari provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Lion Essential Training

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Business
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Mac OS X
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