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Copying and pasting on a Mac is similar to copying and pasting on a PC, except for Mac user's use the Command key instead of Control.
Using Command + C for copy and Command + V for paste will allow you to copy and paste from a webpage into a document.
All new Macs come with a free copy of Pages (similar to Word), Keynote (Powerpoint) and Numbers (Excel). This will allow you to create just about any type of document. The help menus built into the programs are extremely intuitive.
Pretty easy, but might require you do things you haven't done before...
Visit Google.com or whichever Google you'd like as a desktop shortcut
In the Address Bar/Search Bar at the top of the window, drag the Google icon to your desktop. This will create a Google-named generic icon on the desktop
Do a Google image search for a .PNG file of whatever Google logo you'd like. I've provided a link for the Google Drive logo below.
Once you've found one you like, click on it and it'll bring up a preview window. You'll be able to tell if it's a transparent icon (very critical) because you'll see a checkerboard pattern behind the logo.
Click on the View Image button. It'll bring up the logo in it's own window.
Click anywhere in the window and type COMMAND+A to select the image.
Type COMMAND+C to copy the image
Click on the generic document icon named Google on your desktop and type COMMAND+I. This brings up the Get Info window for the file.
Click on the small file icon at the top left of the window. It'll be surrounded by a light blue "halo" showing that it's selected
Type COMMAND+V to paste the image file. You'll see that the generic icons in the window are now changed to the Google logo.
If you choose the wrong file type and paste it in, don't worry... just undo your last action (COMMAND+Z) and all will be well!
Open Safari. Press Command and , (comma) at the same time or goto the upper left corner of your screen and click the drop down menu Safari (right beside the Apple picture)in the menu bar. Then choose Preferences. Make sure it has opened up onto the General tab by clicking the light switch icon in the upper left of the pop-up window. Look for Homepage it should be the sixth item in the list (Pending on the version of OS you run - I assuming Mavericks). Now you can manually enter, copy and paste the web address for google or simply goto the page for google and click the button right under the Homepage field that states Set to Current Page. For your convenience you could use this link.
Hi, this could be a number of things but the most likely cause is probably the leaking capaitor syndrome.At about the time these machines were made there was a flood of faulty capacitors throughout the electronics world and the factpriews that made the mother boards for the eMac were particularly badly hit.Did the screen exhibit any flashing or streaking or random freezing before the failure? Thses are typical precursors. Unfortunately the only thing you can do is to take it to a (Apple) repair centre where they will be able to judge if it is repairable or not.The leaking capacitors quite often ruined the mother-board. If theyu were caught in time they were repairable but ....... If the eMac is still running, connect it to an external monitor and then clone your HD to a blank HD using Carbon Copy Cloner or SuperDuper.
Hi SardaIn order to upgrade your Safari you need to upgrade your OS to 10.4.11 at least.Try ebay for a copy. Once you have done that Software Update will automatically offer to update Safari to the latest version applicable. It's not the machine - it's the OS that matters.
In previous versions of Mac OS X (and Mac OS 9 for that matter), if you
clicked on a file, copied it (Command-C), then opened an application
(like Mail) and pasted it (Command-V), it would only paste that file’s
name. Now, in some applications it pastes the actual file, so you can
copy-and-paste a file from a Finder window or the desktop right into
your application. Okay, so what if you do want just the name (which
happens from time to time)? Just click directly on the selected file’s
name (to highlight it) and press Command-C to copy it. Now you’re
copying just the name. It’s a Power Pasting thing..!!
probably itz for Coping: "Apple+C" and for Paste: "Apple+S"..
howevr contact system admin/vendor for details....
Hi Sorry to hear you are having troubles,You will need a firewire 400 cableOK, first thing you must do is reboot the eMac in TARGET mode, this means it will be recognized as an external disk. To get the eMac in TARGET mode, you must be sure the eMac is turned OFF and has a functioning keyboard connected.Power on the eMac and very very rapidly press the ( T ) key on the keyboard, be sure the caps lock button is not pressed. If all goes well, you will see the firewire logo appear larger than life on the screen.( If you are unable to get into TARGET mode, it is highly probable that the mother board of the internal hard drive is damaged and preventing the eMac from entering TARGET mode, sorry, that's the end of the line..)Once you enter TARGET mode on the eMac, connect the firewire cable to your G4 PowerBook, you can do this either while it is running or when it is off and then turn it on.
You should see the volume of your eMac internal hard drive appear on the PowerBook desktop...sometimes you need to open Disk Utilities and repair or mount the drive manually.If this all works well, copy the required files directly to your PowerBook...After that, power off both machines, disconnect them and reboot the eMac using a CD or DVD to reformat and reinstall a new system.