1. Insert the Copernicus CD in the CD drive.
2. Double Click on the Hard drive Icon. (The drive containing the system folder.)
3. Click on the Home Icon in the top bar of the drive folder.
4. Find the Pictures Folder and double click on it.
5. Create a new folder named Copernicus (or whatever you want to name it.)
6. Double Click on the CD Icon containing the pictures.
7. Copy the pictures from the CD to the Copernicus folder.
Setting up the Screen Saver.
1. Click on System Preferences in the menu strip of Mac OS X
2. Click on Screen effects on the right under
3. Select the Pictures Folder in the menu on the right.
4. Click on Configure
5. Click on Set folder
6. Finding the Copernicus folder
- Click on Drive name
- Click on the Users folder on the right side
- Click on your name or the name of your computer on the right side
- Click on Pictures on the right
- Click on Copernicus on the right
- Click on Open
7. Click OK
8. Click the exit box at the top left.
That's all there is to it - so any of the Copernicus pictures could be used with OS X . Easy as it usually is with a Macintosh. Other folders could be set up such as Copernicus 2, Copernicus 3, etc containing other picture sets. Aren't Macs wonderful. I'm
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