MacMost Now 506: Finder View Basics

Learn how to use all four Finder view types: Icons, List, Columns, and Cover Flow. Each has its own uses and options.

Comments: 7 Responses to “MacMost Now 506: Finder View Basics”

    Jacqui Cyrus
    9 years ago

    Hi:
    This is a great post to be used at the beginning of the semester. This link will be given to my beginning undergraduates.

    Thanks.

    -j-

    Claire Gehrett
    9 years ago

    Well, I’m just learning my Mac but I don’t understand this at all. Where do I find “finder view basics”?

    Claire

      9 years ago

      Not sure what you are asking. “Finder View Basics” is the name of the video at the top of this page. Is there something else you are looking for?

    Claire Gehrett
    9 years ago

    OK – understood…… boy am I stupid… Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Claire

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    8 years ago

    If you right click any where on the the screen the finder options is at the bottom of the list. Don`t worry Claire i am just behind you. I look at Garys videos pretty regularly,because you just can`t watch it once and expect to be an expert straight away. This might help a bit instead of keep getting Garys videos out, and the bit you want to know is in the middle or near the end. I take a screen shot of the part i want off Garys videos. You can use the VLC player to do this,but this is visual thing to look at Garys images. I find this very useful

    Grunther
    8 years ago

    Is there a way to toggle all folders open/shut at once in list view? Currently I’m clicking every little triangle…

      8 years ago

      Hold down the option key when you click a triangle.

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