User groups are independent organizations run by local volunteer Macintosh enthusiasts. Apple promotes and supports user groups, but the company does not own, manage, or direct them. They are not organized into a formal hierarchy; each operates independently. User group members usually elect officers — a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, meeting coordinator, newsletter editor, webmaster, and volunteer coordinator — who manage the day-to-day operations of the club.
Apple TipBitsTip #9:
Ever want to look through a big folder of pictures to find the one you want but find Quick Look cumbersome? In Snow Leopard just choose Icon view and hit the slider at bottom right to enlarge the icons to their full 512×512 glory. Now you can see clearly what each file contains. Icons also give a live preview of the file – music, movies and multi-page PDFs.
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