The next meeting of The Macintosh Business Users Society of Greater
Philadelphia (MacBUS) will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2008, at
With Automator in Leopard, there is now more reason than ever before
to begin automating time consuming and repetitive tasks on your Mac.
Join Ben Waldie, president of Automated Workflows, LLC, and author
of “Automator for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard: Visual QuickStart Guide,” as
we explore Automator’s potential, discuss its benefits, and learn how
to use Automator to automate tasks in your own unique workflow,
giving you more time to focus on being creative. We will also take a
look at Automator’s new features in Leopard, including its ability
automate virtually any Mac OS X application by recording your manual
tasks, and then playing them back as part of a workflow. Anyone
looking to get started with Automator, and anyone interested in
learning more about Automator’s new Leopard-specific features, will
not want to miss this presentation.
Ben Waldie is president of Automated Workflows, LLC, a company
offering AppleScript, Automator, and workflow consulting services to
Mac-based businesses. For years, Ben has developed professional
automated solutions for companies such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Adobe,
Apple, Microsoft, NASA, PC World, and Time Magazine. Ben is the
author of “Automator for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard Visual QuickStart
Guide” (Peachpit Press) and “AppleScripting the Finder” (SpiderWorks,
LLC), and has written AppleScript and Automator content for
Apple.com, Macworld, MacTech, MacScripter.net, and X-Ray Magazine.
Ben is also the author of an AppleScript training CD (Virtual
Training Company), is a frequent presenter at Macworld Expo and other
events, and is president of The Philadelphia Area AppleScript Users
Visit Automated Workflows, LLC online at (www.automatedworkflows.com)
Learn about Ben’s Automator Book at (www.peachpit.com/vqs/automator)
MacBUS was the first user group in the United States to focus on the
business and professional uses of the Macintosh operating system.
The group of approximately 75 members meets this month at:
Dorrance Hamilton Hall
University of the Arts
320 South Broad Street
Meetings are usually held on the last Tuesday evening of each
calendar month. To inquire about presenting, or to suggest a meeting
topic, please contact the MacBUS board (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For additional information about MacBUS, including directions to
meetings, please visit the MacBUS website (http://www.macbus.org/).