Mac Quick Tips

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If you’d like to access the Get Info panel for multiple files, we’ll show an easy way to view this information, without launching a window for each file.
Have you ever tried to open a file that was located in the Trash? Chances are you’ve seen the prompt which asks you to move the file out of the trash first. In this tip, we’ll show you how to quickly view the contents of fles in your trash, w
Save yourself some time in filing your email by setting up some rules in Mail to do the sorting for you.
In this tip, we’ll show you to do an advanced search in a Finder window.
When you download an application from the internet, Mac OS X tags the application and informs you the first time it is launched. We’ll show you how to make sure you know the application source, helping to keep your Mac secure.
When doing a Spotlight search, you may wish to find the location of an item of interest, rather than opening it from the search results. In this tip, we’ll show you how.
Need to know the path to a file or folder? We’ll show you a few ways to display this information right in the FInder window.
Throughout your workday you’re likely opening several applications, each with several windows. In this tip, we’ll show a few ways to manage all these windows.
Find yourself using a command often, perhaps a command for which there is no keyboard shortcut? In this tip, we’ll show you how to create your very own custom keyboard shortcut.
Do you have confidential data in a PDF that you would like to secure before forwarding it to your colleagues? This tip demonstrates how to password-protect your PDFs using Preview.
The Mighty Mouse is a powerful mouse which has several customization options that allow you to more easily navigate through your workday.
If you’re checking multiple email accounts, there’s no need to manage multiple applications, or even a need to open a web browser ... you can check and manage your email from multiple accounts in Mail.
When sending an email message, you may wish to Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) some individuals. It’s easy to do in Mail.
Selecting an entire email conversation one message at a time? In this tip, we’ll show you how to select and group entire email conversations.
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