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I want to create a Certificate Signing Request via Keychain access utility, however when i open Keychain access software, there is no "Preferences" menu, many online articles mention this "Preferences" menu, did I miss something? my OS is 10.6 snow leopard.
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Not at my Mac, but you'll always find Preferences when there are any under the Menu Item named for the application that is active.

So, it would be:
Keychain > Preferences
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Not at my Mac, but you'll always find Preferences when there are any unde the Menu Item named for the application that is active.

So, it would be:
Keychain > Preferences
how to find "Preferences"? right click it, no luck for me
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I want to create a Certificate Signing Request via Keychain access utility, however when i open Keychain access software, there is no "Preferences" menu, many online articles mention this "Preferences" menu, did I miss something? my OS is 10.6 snow leopard.
This article mentions the "Preferences" menu

Testing Apps on the iPhone ? Developer Certificates and Provisioning Profiles - Techotopia
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toMACsh is right - here's a screenshot that'll help.

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toMACsh is right - here's a screenshot that'll help.

My Kaychain access does not have "File", "Edit", "View" menus, it is empty there, just like this image: http://www.techotopia.com/images/a/a...hainAccess.png
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You didn't show us a picture of the menu bar at the top of the screen, only the app itself.


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You didn't show us a picture of the menu bar at the top of the screen, only the app itself.

thanks all, i find it now, as a long time Microsoft windows user, it will take a while for me to adjust to Mac style.
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thanks all, ... as a long time Microsoft windows user, it will take a while for me to adjust to Mac style.
No problem! Glad you found it.

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I want to create a Certificate Signing Request via Keychain access utility...
So were you able to complete that task?
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