Learn About an Alias on the Mac
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If you're using Windows, you create "shortcuts" to represent files or folders. On a Mac, you can create an "alias" that works the same way. This lets you put links to programs you use in the dock on the desktop or organized into folders without having to physically move the application on your hard drive. Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan explains.

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