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Get a jump start on your holiday projects by using iPhoto to design and print one-of-a-kind cards, books, and more. These tips will help you avoid some of the common pitfalls.
Save on paper and postage this season with a holiday-inspired Website built with iWeb '09.
After a little wait, many third-party screensavers are now compatible with Snow Leopard. But there are glitches. Ted Landau has details.
Using an AppleScript, create a Service (in 10.6) that will let you toggle the visibility of the sidebar in all open Finder windows. This also works in 10.5, but it's not quite as useful there, as the script can't fully hide the sidebar.
Learn how to include the Tab key in user-created keyboard shortcuts in Snow Leopard -- something that wasn't possible in previous OS X releases.
Pariah Burke walks you through the process of adding, removing, and replacing pages in complex Acrobat Pro PDF files.
Learn a simple keyboard shortcut to release minimized windows into the active Space, instead of back into their original Space.
Contrary to popular belief, it's really easy to retrieve content from finished PDF documents.
In Snow Leopard, text replacement must be enabled on a program by program basis. Use this hint to enable text replacements globally, at least in all programs that support them.
LaunchBar is an application (plus much more) par excellence. But a new feature in LaunchBar 5 has caused a headache for bug-finder Ted Landau.
Hate the way iPhoto takes control of your pictures? You can free them by created a referenced library that other apps can access as well.
Learn about some key changes to the Unix 'top' command in Snow Leopard
Planning on taking advantage of free Wi-Fi at the airport during your holiday travels? Make sure you follow these tips for securing your wireless computing.
Troubled by blurry prints or strange colors? Try these solutions to common printer frustrations.
Learn how to set the quality level of a remote Mac's screen in the Screen Sharing application in 10.5 and 10.6.