How to annotate your documents with Mail's Markup feature

As you may have heard, Mail in OS X Yosemite offers a couple of new features. One of the most interesting is Markup, a feature you can use to annotate images that you’re sending to another person. Let’s see how it works.

I’ll open Mail and create a new email message. Into it I’ll drag a PDF file that I’d like to mark up. I’ll click on the triangle icon that appears at the top of the file and choose Markup.

A separate pane appears where I can choose my tools.

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How to recover passwords with Keychain Access

If you’re the kind of upstanding person I believe you to be, over the coming holidays you’re going to spend some time with family and friends. And because you’re the kind of person who watches videos like this, you’re probably one of the tech savvier people they know. And because you are, sure enough you’re going to get this question:

“I need to get into my old email account but I can’t remember the password. What should I do?”

Sure, you could go through the steps to request a new password if it’s offered, but maybe you can avoid all that with this simple tip.

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