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The Go Menu


The Go menu (Figure 1).

Home () opens your home folder (Figure 4 ).

iDisk displays a submenu of options for accessing iDisk accounts and folders on Apple's .Mac server via the Internet (Figure 6 ).

Figure 6. The iDisk submenu on the Go menu.

Applications () opens the Applications folder.

Utilities () opens the Utilities folder inside the Applications folder.

Recent Folders displays a submenu of recently opened folders (Figure 7 ).

Figure 7. The Recent Folders submenu lists recently opened folders.

Go to Folder () lets you open any folder your computer has access to.

Connect to Server () enables you to open a server accessible via a network.


Figure 5. The Go menu.

Chapter 14 and connecting to network servers in

Chapter 16 .

To open a Go menu item


Choose the item's name from the Go menu (Figure 5 ) or one of its submenus (Figures 6 and

7 ).

To go to a folder



1.

Choose Go > Go to Folder (Figure 5 ), or press .

2.

In the Go to Folder dialog that appears (Figure 8 ), enter the pathname for the folder you want to open.

Figure 8. Use the Go to Folder dialog to enter the pathname of the folder you want to open.

3.

Click Go.

If you entered a valid pathname, the folder opens in a Finder window.

or

If you did not enter a valid pathname, an error message appears in the Go to Folder dialog (Figure 9 ). Repeat steps 2 and 3 to try again, or click Cancel to dismiss the dialog.

Figure 9. An error message appears in the Go to Folder window if you enter an invalid pathname.


Tip

    If a window is open when you use the Go to Folder command, the Go to Folder dialog will appear as a dialog

    sheet attached to the window (Figure 10 ). The pathname you enter must be from that window's folder location on your hard disk.

    Figure 10. If a window is active when you use the Go to Folder command, the dialog appears as a sheet attached to the window.


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