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Using a Mac - Quitting a Program

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Mahalo software expert Justin Zagri gives a tutorial on quitting programs on a Mac. The Two Basic Methods --------------------------------------------------------------------- Method 1: In the top menu bar, click the name of the program, like Stickies, then click Quit (name of program).Method 2:?Press Command+Q. Another Method --------------------------------------------------------------------- In the dock, highlight the program you wish to quit. Right click on it. Click Quit. Force Quit --------------------------------------------------------------------- If none of these methods are working, you may have to force quit the program. To do this, press Command+Option+Esc. A dialog box will pop up containing your open programs.If a program is having an issue, its name will be in red and will say (Not Responding). In this case, click on the program, then click Force Quit.A box will pop up asking if you're sure you want to force quit. Click Force Quit.If a program is having an issue and is not labeled (Not Responding), give it a bit more time to quit. Some programs are slow to respond.You cannot force quit the Finder—the program that runs your Mac—but you can relaunch it by clicking Relaunch. Doing this will not mess up your entire computer, so this is a very convenient function. Read more by visiting our page at:
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