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Auto-start Entourage

Question: How can I configure my new Macintosh G5 to automatically start Entourage when the computer boots up, so my email will always get checked automatically. The IT Guy says: In Macintosh OS X, you can configure an application to automatically open at startup: From the Apple menu in the upper left corner
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Question: How can I configure my new Macintosh G5 to automatically start Entourage when the computer boots up, so my email will always get checked automatically.

The IT Guy says:
In Macintosh OS X, you can configure an application to automatically open at startup:

  1. From the Apple menu in the upper left corner choose System Preferences.
  2. Click on Accounts in the lower left corner.
  3. Click on your user account on the left side of the window.
  4. Click on the far right tab, labeled “Startup Items.â€
  5. Drag the icon for MS Entourage (or any other program you want to automatically run at startup) into this window. More information about startup items in OS X is available on Mac OS X: How to Set up Login Items.

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