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Franklin & Marshall’s eDisk provides personal space for electronic document storage and information exchange for the Franklin & Marshall community that is available to everyone with an Internet connection.
Members of the faculty and professional staff should use eDisk to back up their critical work.
Burning data to CDs and DVDs is quite easy in OS X.
With Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) and newer, it is possible to use built-in VPN settings instead of installing and running the Cisco VPN Client from F&M’s software server.
A spreadsheet or worksheet, is a grid made of numbered rows and alphabetized columns.
If you have been using Time Machine to back up your files, you can also restore lost files or folders from your backed up data. You can also recover older versions of files you changed.
You can add graphics to your document by clicking on the “Insert” menu at the top of the screen and selecting the appropriate type of graphic.
These simple steps will assure that you are the only person who has access to your computer.
The college provides AntiVirus software to the F&M community.
Placing files in the Sites folder on eDisk is one way to publish that content on the World Wide Web.
A mail merge uses information from a database to create form letters, labels, and envelopes.