Below is reference material for various Apple products, including Mac computers and the iOS lineup of iPhone and iPad.
Macintosh: Connecting to Mac to H:\ and O:\ Drives (Network File Shares) (PDF)
This document explains how to connect to file shares and remote drive using a Macintosh Apple Computer.
Saving Files on Mac Computers (PDF)
Saving files on Mac computers looks different than saving on a windows computer, however the concept is similar. You still need to save to either your H: drive or a flash drive if you wish to access the file at a later time.
Macintosh: Setting Up Outlook (PDF)
Microsoft Outlook is the productivity application included in the Microsoft Office suite of applications for Macs which enables you to consolidate your PC-based email into your Mac inbox, unifying your work and home messages, contacts, calendars and tasks.
Macintosh: Finding System Information (PDF)
This document explains how to display system information such as computer name, serial number and IP address on a Macintosh computer.
Macintosh: Safe File Naming Conventions (PDF)
Refer to this document before saving files that may be shared between Macintosh and PC computers. Certain characters are incompatible when sharing files across platforms.
Macintosh: PC vs. Mac Commands (PDF)
If you are familiar with common commands on a Personal Computer, this self-help document will show you how to perform the comparable functions on a Macintosh.
Macintosh: Finder (PDF)
This document discusses Finder which is the application that lays on top of the desktop and forms the “behind the scenes” engine. It allows you to store, sort, organize and find practically everything on your Mac.
Macintosh: Screen Elements (PDF)
In this Quick Sheet, you will learn about the elements of the Mac OS-X landscape. If you have used a computer before, many of the objects you see are no different than what you are already familiar with.
Macintosh: Smart Folders (PDF)
In this self help document, you will learn how to create a Smart Folder in Finder. Smart Folders can dramatically improve your ability to organize and locate files quickly.
Macintosh: Using Stacks Effectively (PDF)
In this self help document, you will learn how to effectively create and use stacks to quickly access your documents and manage them more effectively.
Office 2016 for Mac: Adding a Maildrop (PDF)
This document steps you through the process of setting up a maildrop using Outlook 2016 on a Mac.
Office 2016 for Mac: Adding a Maildrop (VIDEO)
This video steps you through the process of setting up a maildrop using Outlook 2016 on a Mac.