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1.10. Services

The Services menu is available as a submenu in a program's Application menu. It allows the foreground application to invoke functions of other applications, usually while passing along user-selected text or objects to them.

The Service menu's contents depend on the applications installed on your Mac and the services they offer to other applications. When installed, some applications such as Mail, Safari, and BBEdit, place entries in the Services menu. If an application provides more than one service, those items are placed in a submenu named after that application. For example, Mail offers two services from its Application menu, Send Selection and Sent To, as shown in Figure 1-40.


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