Monthly Archives: February 2015

In Yosemite, Use Spotlight To Find The Path And Locate Documents

In Yosemite, Spotlight has a bunch of new features. (See previous tips) While it is great to have Spotlight find a document that you can then maneuver without opening it up, sometimes you need to actually open it. That means you … Continue reading

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Get Lynda.com free for 10 days

Have something you really want to learn about?  The Mac Observer (macobserver.com) has a special offer for Mac users to access all the tutorials in the Lynda.com database, free for 10 days. Just visit lynda.com/acm and register.

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Four Unique iPhone 6/6 plus Cases From Griffin

Griffin Technology has released four new cases for iPhone 6 and 6 plus. Each offers unique features, but all four have several things in common. The cases are: Survivor Slim  ($39.99 and $44.99 respectively), Survivor Core  ($29.99 each), Reveal ($19.99 each), and … Continue reading

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In Yosemite, Use Spotlight To Attach Documents To An Email

Spotlight has several new features available to those using Yosemite. Here is one of them. Find and attach documents to emails even if you don’t know where they are stored. Open and prepare your email message. Open Spotlight and search … Continue reading

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Add Keynote Transitions On An iPad

If you are familiar with Keynote on your Mac then you probably know that it is very easy to add transitions to your slides. They make for a nice, interesting presentation. If you create a Keynote on your Mac and … Continue reading

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Undo Actions in Keynote on your iPad

There’s no need to manually save your changes as you work in Keynote. Keynote automatically saves your work about every 30 seconds as you work. But you can always undo your recent actions, if you don’t want to save them … Continue reading

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Delete Keynote Presentations From Your iPad

Delete Keynotes From An iPad Open Keynote on your iPad and click on Presentations. Tap the one you want to delete and hold your finger until your presentations start to wiggle. Tap that presentation a second time and you will … Continue reading

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