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Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger: Peachpit Learning Series by Robin Williams

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Connect to Another Mac

Once the Macs are connected in some way and you've turned on Personal File Sharing in the Sharing preferences (as explained on the previous pages), you're ready to connect. It's easy.

1.
Make sure you are in the Finder (single-click on any blank space on the Desktop). Then follow either Steps a or b:
a. From the Go menu, choose “Connect to Server….” The little window shown below appears. Your window might be empty, though—that's okay; in the example below I have added favorites (see page 273).

If you know the name of the Mac you want to connect to (as shown in the Sharing pane of the other Mac; see the previous page), ...

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