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Ashley's Intro Vocab

about different softwares in iMac

Mac OSX and Windows are the examples. Operating Sysytem
Garageband, iTunes.-entertainment system usually, like listening to music and audio Multimedia
MC publisher, Pagemaker-allows you to make printed materials look professional Desktop Publishing
Word, Pages-they help you type up a document Word Processor
Excel, Number-a format where u can use graphs, tables, charts, and does the math for you Spreadsheet
Keynote, Powerpoint-helps you do presentation? Presentation software-make a public presentation by using texts, graphics, and sometimes audio and video.
Angrybirds, Pilates for Beginners, Vitamin Journal, G-Whizz application-a downloaded software program that helps you complete some sort of task, like entertainment, health, cookery, politics, and education.
The pictures in the dock-the meaning, nawt the pictures Icon-a picture that represents a software or an app mostly on the dock
a type of icon that allow you to organize all your things in seperate categories, which is all in one big "box" Folder-and icon that takes you to an electric folder that saves documents or related files.
color code, move, trash Finder-a feature that helps you find various things and browse through files, etc
the silver tray that contains apps and programs Dock
the tiny magnifying glass in the top right hand corner Spotlight-a search tool that looks for words you search throughout the computer
Created by: G_AshleyKim
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