Lake WIldwood Macintosh Apple Corps


Nevada County, California

The Lake Wildwood Macintosh Apple Corp (MAC CLUB) welcomes all of its members and visitors to our next monthly meeting.


The monthly meetings are held at 1:00 p.m in the beautiful Lake Wildwood Community center overlooking our lake. We are proud to provide an informative and entertaining presentation of some aspect of Apple Macintosh computers, iPhones, iPads and applications. Also, each month we offer "Quick Tips" and a Q&A by one of our knowledgable members.  


Enjoy an on-line question and answer dialogue through our "list server" emails. This forum allows members to ask questions and share problems (yes, Mac users do have them!). Fellow Mac users respond with answers and solutions.


Most of all we try to make our meetings and activities useful, fun and something to anticipate. So, come and visit us. Who knows you might even win one of our monthly door prizes!


John Norton

President



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Club Meetings

The club meets monthly, typically the second Monday of each month at the Lake Wildwood Community Center. The meeting begins at 1:00 p.m. MAP


Annual membership is only $25 for an individual or $30 for household. If you are interested, please contact President John Norton. EMAIL

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September 12, 2022

1:00 - 2:30 PM

John Norton is doing two topics:


     1.He will demonstrate Hide My Mail.

With Hide My Email, you can generate unique, random email addresses that forward to your personal email account, so you don’t have to share

your real email address when filling out a form on the web or signing up

for a newsletter.


     2.He will also demonstrate how to mirror iPad or iPhone screen to your TV.  


Bill Yanko:


Per your request, I’ll review the Apple Mail Archive function.