Noteboom Productions Releases Update to Video Tutorial on Mac OS X Lion

December 28, 2011 in Tips and How To (E)

[] Holland, Michigan - Noteboom Productions today is pleased to announce Tutor for Lion version 1.6, their latest video tutorial has been updated and is now available for the Mac on the Mac App store and on the iPad in the iTunes App Store. In Tutor for Lion, the user watches 51 categorized videos to learn how to use the Macintosh and Lion, Apple's latest operating system. The update includes new videos on iCloud, iTunes Match, adding Guest Accounts, using screen sharing in iChat, Desktop Pictures, and Screen Savers. Other new features include categorized videos for easy reference and the window is now resizable. Total video time is now over 4 1/2 hours.

Concepts covered include:
* OS X terminology
* Major differences between PC and Mac
* Major differences between Snow Leopard and Lion
* Add and delete items from the window sidebar
* Add and delete applications, files, and folders from the dock
* Saving your documents where you what them saved, not where the computer wants them saved
* See all the different ways to move your files and folders
* Getting the most out of Mission Control and Spaces
* Search your computer with Spotlight
* Upload your photos using iPhoto
* How the Mail application can be your friend
* How to access your music from any computer, iPad, and iPhone using iTunes Match
* Burn disk with Burn Folders
* Where downloads are saved
* The four different ways to install applications
* How to delete applications
* Add a 'Tape' to the Calculator so you can see history
* Share your media with other iTune users on your network
* Find information fast by using the Dashboard
* Adding and deleting printers and what printer options you have
* Setting your computer up with multiple users
* Adding parental controls to different accounts on your computer
* What different security options you have
* The best way to back up your computer
* What non-Apple applications are a must have

Videos included:
* Introduction
* Mac OS X Terminology and Interface
* Migrating
* Coming from Windows to Lion
* Coming from Snow Leopard to Lion

Getting Around:
* Working with the Dock
* Finder and the Finder Window
* OS X Folders
* Using Gestures
* Mission Control and Spaces

Working with Files and Folders:
* Saving Files, Versions, and Resume
* Copying, Moving, and Grouping Items
* Deleting Files and the Trash
* Opening Recent Items
* Searching with Spotlight

Working with Applications:
* Applications and the Launchpad
* Full Screen Applications
* Installing Applications
* Uninstalling Applications

OS X Lion Applications:
* Using the Address Book
* Managing Events in iCal
* Working with Photos
* Using the Mail Application
* Organizing and Sharing with iTunes
* iTunes in the Cloud and iTunes Match
* Surfing with Safari
* Downloading Files
* Using iChat
* Using the Calculator
* Using the Dashboard

Working with System Preferences:
* System Preferences
* Desktop Pictures and Screen Savers
* Printing and Scanning
* Multiple Users
* Creating a Guest Account
* Parental Controls
* Security and Privacy
* iCloud
- Sharing Options
* Burning and Erasing CD's and DVD's
* Sharing Files with Airdrop
* Screen Sharing between Computers

* Backing Up with Time Machine
* 4 Must Have Apps
* Troubleshooting
* Conclusion

Tutor for Lion received over 120 five star ratings. Tutor for Lion on the iPad features the exact same top rated video content as the Mac App Store version. All content is store on the computer or the iPad for offline viewing.

Pricing and Availability:
Tutor for Lion (v1.6) is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category. It is also available as a free update to anyone who has purchased any previous version of Tutor for Lion.

Noteboom Productions, an independent iOS developer based out of Holland, Michigan, was formed in 2010 by Dan Wassink and Beth Wassink for the purpose of creating video tutorials on the iPhone/iPod touch, iPad, and the Macintosh computer. Copyright (C) 2011 Noteboom Productions. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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