On 1/3/12 8:21 PM, Amy Mandaean wrote:
I have the new Lion OS, but I am MAC retarded. ;) Just switched over after being a
lifetime (and fairly proficient) PC user. Can't for the life of me find this User folder...
> any advice where to look?
Regarding where to look, and this assumes Snow Leopard and Lion are the
1. Open a Finder (aka folder window) for the System (boot drive/ C:\
drive in Windows speak)
2. Open the Users Folder. You can use the twisty triangles if you like,
but I sometimes find the finder window becomes too complicated/filled
for this old mind of mine. Double clicking gives you views somewhat
similar to Windows.
3. I think you will find a folder with the name you assigned the
computer when it was new. Double click on that folder.
4. Double click the Library folder.
5. Double click the LibreOffice Folder.
The 3 folder should be there, and opening the 3 folder will give you
another user folder. Macs seem to have user folders everywhere like
I hope this is the folder Jay is referring to.
Here's a link to a LibreOffice discussion that sounds like the same
problem you are having.
The discussion contains a link to a similar discussion in the Open
Best of luck.
Mac OS X 10.6.8
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