Don't-Miss Printer Stories
While Bento 3 is not really designed for extensive printing, you can print very well from it if you use the right techniques. Our database expert William Porter walks us through the basics.
If you want to print your photos for framing or sending to family and friends, here are some tips for getting the best results.
Shooting scenic photos is an art in itself, but placing them into a panorama requires some simple software know-how. Chris McVeigh walks you through the process of creating a gorgeous pano.
Pages doesn’t ship with any built-in label templates, but it’s actually easy to create and use standard labels with the program if you know a few tricks.
While database entry is generally an on-screen operation, what if you have to print your database? Filemaker Pro expert Will Porter offers some tips.
Although your wireless printer may not be compatible with Apple's AirPrint technology, an inexpensive utility makes it possible to print to just about any printer from your iPad.
Macworld's managing editor explains how she uses workgroup print features in Adobe InCopy to produce our monthly magazine.
Mac OS X can generate PDF files from practically any application that supports printing—a handy capability with many hidden features.
Tips for sharing a printer wirelessly with all your Macs.
What to do when OS X doesn't recognize a network printer. Also: Microsoft's Distributed File System is really cool; unfortunately, it's also inaccessible from a Mac unless you have some special software.
Ever wanted a font that looks like your handwriting? Or a font with better handwriting than you have? Jay Nelson walks us through the options.
When reproducing HTML on paper, not all browsers are equal.
Did you ever admire those large images that were actually made up of hundreds of smaller pictures? You too can create a mosaic. Chris McVeigh walks you through the steps using his favorite mosaic software.