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Mac 101 returns from its holiday break with a first look at Preview's hidden powers for editing and annotating images.
Using a color wheel is easy, once you get the hang of it. And when you do, you’ll be picking perfectly pleasing palettes in no time.
High-quality fonts don't have to be expensive. We've compiled a number of resources to pave your way to font independence.
These text tips will help you add punch to your message.
Create punchy, stylized text in Photoshop.
Wannabe comic book artists can easily convert their images into a format compatible with today's popular comics-reader apps. Chris Breen explains how.
Two easy and fun ways to put together a simple newsletter for friends and family
The iTunes Guy answers questions about importing and converting audio.
The iTunes Guy answers questions on a variety of topics.
The YouTube app that comes with iOS might be convenient, but it hasn't been updated in years. YouTube's own mobile site is better. Here's how to force iOS to use that site instead of the app for YouTube links.
TuneSpan lets you move parts of your iTunes library to other hard drives, but still use the content for playback and syncing as usual. Kirk McElhearn walks you through how to use it.
A Hints reader wanted to back up his Wordpress blog, but didn't like the available backup plug-ins. So he wrote an AppleScript to do the job and set it to run automatically every day.
The iTunes Guy answers questions about the iTunes Store.
You have an ancient Mac that's authorized with your Apple ID. Said Mac won't connect to iTunes for the purposes of deauthorization. What to do? Throw the game board up in the air, says Chris Breen.