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Quick Tips: MAC OS X Leopard--Quick Look featureThe Quick Look feature allows you to preview files very quickly, and Brian Tong loves it!
[ Music ] ^M00:00:02 >> Brian Tong: Hey guys, I am Brian Tong from CNET.com and I am going to show you guys a fun little quick tip with Mac OS 10 Leopard that you might not know about. Now one of the new features Leopard has is the Quick Look feature. And Apple's always showcased this feature in their popular cover flow view. So, when you find the file you want to look at you just hit the space bar and a preview of the file pops up. Pretty cool, right? But, did you guys know that you can do this anywhere, no matter where you are on a Leopard. Well, I am here on my desk top and I have some files and I just want to choose a file I want, let's check out this picture here, hit the space bar and voila! there's the instant preview. Now, I can do this word documents and check this out, you can see the text there PDFs, Image Files and even movie files. Um -- not all my video files have Molly and I can assure guys of that. So it's fast and there is no waiting for the Aps to load, just hit the space bar and boom you're there. Enjoy guys, from CNET.com I am Brian Tong. ^M00:00:55 [ Music ]