Connect MacBook Air to a Wireless Network
Edited by Thor, Zack, Eng
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how to connect to a wireless network using your Macbook Air. As you can see, we have a message displayed now that tells us that we are unable to connect to the internet. What we need to do is connect to a wireless network. There is two ways to do this.
- 1You see where the cursor is? There is a small series of curved lines. Some people may not have this option, or may not have selected this option to appear in this part of the screen. If you do have it, you can click on the icon, and this will bring up the current wireless networks that are available in your location. Or you can open Network Preferences.The first is in the top right hand corner.
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Video: Connect Macbook Air to a Wireless Network
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Step five says to click on net work. But that is not an option?
Step five says to click on net work. But that is not an option. The word network is nowhere on this page. This article says to click on the word network. It is not an option. It is nowhere on this page and no alternate steps are provided. I have tried: I have followed your instructions which have worked up to step five. I think it was caused by: I have followed your instructions which have worked up to step five.
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