Training

Overview

Training with MacCafé is a great way to help refine your skills and knowledge of your Mac, whether you are a novice or an experienced user looking to do more. We offer a range of knowledge, from leaning/utilizing the Operating System, to programs such as the Microsoft Office Suite, iLife Suite, and the iWork Suite. Assistance with additional peripherals such as printer/scanner set-up, monitor, or even iPad training is also available.

Pricing

If you bring your computer/device for training at MacCafé, the cost is $55.00 per hour. If you would prefer the trainer to come to you, the cost is $95.00 per hour. If you would like us to train more than one person at a time, call/e-mail for price options.


Training Staff


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Todd Cotten, todd@mac-cafe.com

Todd is a certified Apple technician, but also has experience teaching at the higher education level. He specializes in Adobe software for graphic/web design, as well as audio recording programs such as Protools and Logic Pro.  

 

 

Training Staff

For any questions, or more information, please contact us!
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8/17/2017: The Fastest Ways to Switch Between Virtual Screens on Your Mac
When you click the green zoom button in a window on your Mac, that puts the window into full-screen mode. It’s a great way to maximize screen real estate on a smaller MacBook screen, for instance, but how can you switch between these virtual screens quickly? You could swipe up on the trackpad with four fingers and then click the icon representing the desired screen in Mission Control, but that’s pokey. Instead, swipe left or right with four fingers to hop between screens. Don’t have (or like using) a trackpad? You can keep your fingers on the keyboard by pressing Control-Left arrow or Control-Right arrow.

  

 

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