Mac Basics: Drag and Drop

Drag and drop is one of the most basic skills you need to master to get the most from your Mac. You can use drag and drop to move files, rearrange items, move content from one app to another, and much more.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Mac Basics: Drag and Drop”

    Tricia Joaquin
    2 months ago

    Gary, thank you so much. I’m trying to learn digital scrapbooking and figure out how to download a file and get it to the right place so I can find it again and be able to use it. Most people use PC’s so I feel a little challenged when it comes to the right way to do it. This one is encouraging. Your videos are always spot on and so helpful. You are a great teacher. I know there is much more to it, but this is a good start.

    Gloria Messer
    2 months ago

    In your tutorial, I noticed that the the date in the upper right corner of the menu bar is greyed out. This has been driving me crazy since I upgraded to big Sur 11.2.3, However, yesterday the date stopped being greyed out and became visible. Is this a bug in Big Sur 11.2.3.. I hope it is corrected in Big Sur 11.3.

    2 months ago

    Gloria: That’s just an indicator of Do Not Disturb being on. The date and time are dimmed when Do Not Disturb is on. In addition, you can Option+click it to quickly turn it on or off.

    Corin Moore
    2 months ago

    Very clear and useful. Appreciated. All the vids are free and for non-nerds, like me, comparatively easy to follow.

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