This post is the sixth in a series focusing on the basic background knowledge you need to feel confident when using your Mac laptop or computer. You can find the others in the series at https://www.boomertechadventures.com/. The topics include: keeping track of which program is active on your screen, understanding the difference between the light and dark blue highlighting, what the Finder actually finds, deciding where to save your files, and how to create a folder. Each post includes an overview and a link to download an illustrated PDF document (can open on any digital device) that explains the topic in detail.
We all forget, sometimes, the name of a file or where we saved it. We keep clicking on different files and opening folder after folder, looking for our elusive document or image or presentation.
Good News! There are two relatively easy ways to dig out that missing file. You just need to remember one or the other of these two hints:
Click here for all of the directions on how to use both of these tools to find those pesky, gone astray files: Find Function
Tomorrow post: How to set up groups in your Contacts that you can use in your email communications.