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View Unopened Documents with Quick Look

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Learn how to use Quick Look to view the contents of a document on the Mac without opening it.

In this lesson for the Mac, I show you how you can preview a document in a Finder window using Quick Look. With Quick Look, you can see the contents of a document, such as an image or Numbers document, without opening it up. You do this by selecting the document and pressing the space bar. See how to preview a document in a Finder window using Quick Look on the Mac.

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