The instructions you give to the computer are called commands. All the commands you need for using the Finder are grouped into menus, Like a menu in a restaurant, the Finder menus let you see all the possible commands and make your choice.
"he names of the Finder menus are listed in the narrow white strip, called tile menu bar, across the top of the desktop. Like roll-up maps in a classroom, the Finder menus stay out of sight until you pull them down to see them.
Follow these steps to practice viewing anti choosing from menus:
1. Click anywhere on the screen (except one of the icons),
2. Position the pointer on the word Special in the menu bar,
3. Hold down the mouse button to view the Special menu,
For an alternate method of issuing commands, see Chapter 3 of the Apple IIGS Owner's Reference.
Session 2: An introduction to the Finder