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Charles Edge has written 9 books and over 3,000 blog posts on technology, with a focus on large-scale systems and server management. He is the Chief Technology Officer of 318, a national consultancy and managed services provider with a focus on the Apple platform. When not playing with computers at work, he can probably be found tinkering with computers for fun.

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Cull Graphics Quickly with Preview

You're faced with a folder full of images, and you need to sort through them, trashing some number and keeping the rest. For a quick way to do that, select them all, and open them in Preview (in Leopard, at least). You'll get a single window with each graphic as an item in the drawer. Use the arrow keys to move from image to image, and when you see one you want to trash, press Command-Delete to move it from its source folder to the Finder's Trash. (Delete by itself just removes the picture from Preview's drawer.)

 
 

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Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 14: Server Maintenance

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 13: Backup

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 12: Software Updates

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 11: Wiki Services

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 10: Web Services

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 9: Mobile Device Management

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 8: Mail Services

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 7: Collaboration Services

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 6: File Sharing

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 5: DNS Service

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 4: Directory Services

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 3: Preparation and Installation

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 1: Introducing OS X Server

Take Control of OS X Server, Chapter 2: Choosing Server Hardware