Viewing and editing events


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Viewing and editing events

One of the quirks of the previous version of iCal that many people found slowed them down, was that viewing the details of any event required first double-clicking the event, and if you wanted to edit an event, you have to click the Edit button. And as you can see, this multiple-step process still exists here in this latest version of iCal, but you can change some options to make your workflow a little smoother. First, and most importantly, iCal now has an omnipresent Inspector, similar to the Inspector you'll find in other Apple applications. To display it, choose Edit > Show Inspector or use the keyboard shortcut Command+Option+I. Let's just move this over a little bit. And here you can see the Inspector window.

Inspector stays open and in place as you select events in your calendar, so you don't have to worry about double-clicking and jumping around the screen to view events. And you no longer have to click an Edit button to make changes to an event. Just select the even...

Viewing and editing events
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Viewing and editing events provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard New Features

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