When you double-click on an attachment in Mail, what happens to that original attached file? What happens if you then edit it? The answer: It depends.
For some people, plain text email is fine. Others like fancy fonts, graphics, and signatures. Whichever way you swing, here's how to make Mail use the formatting you want, when you want it to.
Swap search shortcuts, customize the Favorites bar, redirect messages (instead of forwarding them), and other smart tips for Mail.
Maximize your ability to minimize windows with these ten tricks.
Discover some of your Mac's most useful hidden menu and keyboard commands. All you need to make them appear is the right magic key: Shift, Option, or Control.
What's the Path Bar? It's the quickest way to see where a file is in your file hierarchy, and it often provides the quickest way to move the file, too. Here are five tips for taking advantage of this overlooked tool.
It’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it: find overlooked OS X tricks. Here’s a collection that probably includes items you’ve missed, too.
The autocorrect spelling checker built into iOS can be a boon when you're typing on a tiny screen, but it can be stubborn about correcting things that aren't incorrect. Here's how to make it do what you really want it to.
You'd think that controlling the volume on an iPhone or iPad would be pretty straightforward: Just use the volume switch, right? As Sharon Zardetto explains, it's not that simple.
Ramp up your Web-browsing skills with these techniques for accelerating work in Safari 6.
Keep your Mac healthy by staying on top of software updates in the new year.
How often do you use your Web browser? If the answer is constantly, then a few choice tips could save you loads of time and trouble. Here are some for Apple's Safari 6.
How can you efficiently rummage through multiple files without taking the time to open them all? All you need is the often-overlooked features of OS X's Quick Look.
Shapes lets you draw organizational and flow charts with a variety of shapes, lines, and arrows. It has a beautiful, elegant-looking interface that is supremely Mac-like, with a multi-faceted Inspector that lets you tweak line widths and styles, line and fill colors, text, and even fill a shape with an image.
The biggest time-saving feature you'll find in any Web browser is the ability to bookmark sites, providing a quick route back to places you visit frequently. Here are Sharon Zardetto's favorite bookmarking tricks.
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