Your "About This Mac"

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    iRebecca27

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    Go to the :apple: symbol in the top left corner of your screen and click "About This Mac." to take this picture, hold down the :apple: key, the shift key and 4. the cursor turns into a little x and you drag it across the area on your screen you want to take a screen shot of. release and it will come up on your desktop as "Picture 1"
    then, photobucket, and here!

    I have a MacBook, super old, very little memory but I love her!
     
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    Father Jack

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    Here's the details of my aging Mac Pro (about a year and a half old) It has paid for it's self by doing photo restoration work for a local chemist shop. :)
     

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    Also, take a screen with cmnd+shft+4 and then pless space, you then take a screen of any whole window.
     
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