Add a QuickTime Icon to the Dock in Mac OS X Yosemite
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You are watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how you can create a dock shortcut for the QuickTime application on Mac OS X Yosemite.
- 3We will be taken to the Finder window. As we can see now, we are currently in the Applications folder. This is listed at the top of the window. If we were in a different folder, we would need to navigate to the Applications folder. To do so, look on the left side of the Finder window, where there is a list of options. Find the "Applications" list.Open with a single click, or press.
- 9Now there is a QuickTime Player icon in our dock. In our demonstration, it appeared to actually move from the far right side of the dock, just to the left of the Trash, to its new location. However, that was not a permanent icon. Rather, it was an indication that the application was open. Now we have a permanent link on our dock to QuickTime. This will make it easier for us to record future tutorials, so that we can better help others. When finished, go back up to the Finder window, and in the top left corner, there is a red circle with a black "x".Let go once in the area we want to drop the icon.
- 11If you have any additional questions, comments or suggestions, we encourage you to use the section below and let us know, so that a member of our staff can get back to you, and further help you.This concludes our tutorial on adding a shortcut for QuickTime to the dock on your Mac running OS X Yosemite.Advertisement
Video: Add a QuickTime Icon to the Dock in Mac OS X Yosemite
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