Aliases and Their Uses

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Standard in Kid Friendly Language


I can make an alias and explain where the original is located.

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I know an alias is a link to the original document, folder or application on the local harddrive.

I know that an alias is a tiny image that acts as a button to start a program, or open a file that is actually saved in a different place.

I know that aliases save people time by allowing them to find the things they like to use quickly.

I can explain the use of aliases and their interaction with parent or original file, folder, or application.

I can make an alias.

I can explain how an alias interacts with the original file or folder.

I can explain how an alias and an original file or application are different.

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4.3 Demonstrate the use of aliases and their interaction with parent or original file, folder, or application.

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Mac OS X 10.3 File Management

Alias_(Mac_OS)

Student Standard Sheet Tech 4.3

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