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    Final Draft for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    1. Download Final Draft.
    2. Double-click the downloaded file to unzip it.
    3. Open the "Final Draft" folder and double-click the Final Draft.mpkg file to launch the installer.
    4. Follow the prompts, selecting the default options.
    5. Refer to the "FD9_Read_MeMac" document to complete the installation.

    Details

    Final Draft is script writing software.

    ImageJ for Macintosh

    Step-by-Step

    1. Download ImageJ from here.
    2. Unzip the downloaded file by double clicking it. The default behavior on Macintosh will be to unzip the file into a folder in the same location and with the same name as the zip file.
    3. Copy the ImageJ folder into your Applications folder.
    4. In the Applications folder, you will find ImageJ and ImageJ64 (for 64-bit computers).

    Tuning the AFS client for Macintosh

    Details

    Below are optional configuration and tuning steps for the OpenAFS Macintosh client.

    Tuning the AFS Client

    Accessing Group Data from your Desktop in Office 2016

    Step-by-Step

    Software Downloads for Linux

    Details

    Dartmouth offers several Linux software programs for your use.

    Some applications require a license number or serial number.  One of the files that is expanded from the original file you downloaded will contain the appropriate license information.

    Upgrade to Internet Explorer 11

    Details

    Microsoft ended support for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 on January 12, 2016.

    Mac OS X for Windows Users

    Details

    If you are using a Macintosh computer for the first time, the information below may help familiarize yourself with the new operating system.

    Aliases – the same as a shortcut in Windows.

    Command Key – same as the Windows key

    Dock – Similar to the “taskbar” in Windows. It appears, by default, at the bottom of your window and includes short cuts to applications. Applications that are running appear in the dock with a dot underneath them.

    Configuring Your Computer to Help the Environment

    Details

    According to the EPA, if 1,000 computers were configured to automatically shut off the monitor and computer when they are not in use, we would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 350 tons per year. That is the equivalent to removing 60 cars from the road. See EnergyStar.gov for more information.

    The recommendations include:

    Media Storage and Sharing at Dartmouth

    Details

    Dartmouth offers a wide variety of digital media services for storing and sharing media with others. This article addresses how to request assistance selecting a media hosting solution. Key considerations for shared media include access control, copyright protection, and whether the data should be available for download or streamed. In addition, special attention should be given to whether any of the hosted data contains information protected by HIPAA, FERPA, or Dartmouth's Information Security Committee (DISC) policy.

    Best Practices for Calendar Delegation

    Details

    A delegate is someone who would respond to ALL meeting invitations for your calendar. They do not have your calendar open all the time, but would receive all meeting invitations for you in their account. They can send and respond to meeting invitations for you as if they were you. An owner/editor is someone who is in your account all day and has full access to add and remove items from your calendar and accept or decline meeting invitations for your calendar, but they cannot send nor reply to meeting invitations as if they were you.

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