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While the paperless revolution is upon us, sometimes you still need to get a document off your computer and onto paper. In six easy steps, we'll show all you'll need to know to go about selecting the right printer to fit your needs.
Macworld contributor Glenn Fleishman dishes on how to diagnose issues with your Wi-Fi network and resolve them.
Exchanging files with the iPad requires a bit of work. Kirk McElhearn shows how to minimize the hassle, especially when you're copying iWork files.
Dan Frakes' recent article, Five Dictionary tricks, covered how to use the Dictionary without launching it. But working inside this application offers unique advantages too. These tips will show you how to do even more with this OS X tool.
Printing from your iPhone, iPod touch, and now your iPad shouldn't be difficult, but it is. Fortunately, third-party apps are here to help. Jeff Merron walks you through what you can and can't do with some of these App Store offerings.
The Google Apps add features all the time. But can they replace Microsoft Office yet? Here are some issues to consider before you decide.
It’s easy to get back to a Web page that you’ve bookmarked—but what about the ones you breeze through without saving and then later wish you had? Safari 4 can help you find them again.
Need a definition or synonym on the fly? Dan Frakes shares five ways to access OS X's Dictionary without even launching the program.
The iPad versions of the iWork applications have trouble exchanging documents with the desktop version of Apple's productivity suite. It's not a bug, Ted Landau writes -- it's a limitation of the 1.0 release of these mobile apps.
Knowing how, when, and when not to deduct your technology expenses is key to minimizing your taxes while avoiding inquisitive IRS auditors.
Need to create a PDF of a Microsoft Office file, but don't have the right version of Office? Use Google Docs to convert it.
The tiny icon that sits next to a window’s name in its title bar is more than just a decoration. This icon—known as the proxy icon—offers numerous shortcuts for working with files, folders, and documents. Here are some of Sharon Zardetto's favorite time-saving tricks.
Dropbox, the free file-syncing service, is a great way to make sure that the copies of your to-do list and resume are the same on all your Macs. But that's just the beginning of what Dropbox can do. Dan Miller explains.
Sign up for Google Voice and you get a new phone number that works as a virtual switchboard for all your incoming calls from all your various phone lines. Making and receiving calls with Google Voice is easy, but setting up the service requires a bit of finesse. Here's how.
When you use a Mac, you don't have to worry too much about malware. But when you put a Mac on a network with Windows PCs (or when you run Windows on a Mac), you have to give security some thought. Rich Mogull tells you what you do and don't have to worry about.