Don't-Miss Software Stories
Learn how to get text substitution working in many OS X applications, and how to create multi-line substitutions.
Learn about how to use Quick Look with Exposé, and how to use Exposé with the Command-Tab application switcher
After upgrading to Snow Leopard, Ted Landau's trusty old HP LaserJet 4000N no longer responded to Print requests from his Mac. Here's how he tackled the problem. Plus: a bonus look at the low ink level warning in OS X 10.6.
Learn how to see an audio playback controller -- identical to the controller available with embedded movies -- in Keynote presentations.
Ted Landau explores the art of fixing permissions in Leopard, and finds out that Snow Leopard appears to have dramatically improved the process.
With Snow Leopard, Apple has made the process of upgrading OS X easier and more streamlined than ever. Dan Frakes explains what you need to know and how to make the upgrade work for you.
There's no reason to dread your spreadsheets. Learn how to save time on common Microsoft Excel tasks with Sharon Zardetto’s favorite tips for everyday use.
Whether you love Microsoft Office 2008 or loathe it, our writers can help you use it more productivity. Here are their favorite tips for all the Office apps.
Sometimes, you want to copy and paste tables as graphics--rather than live, editable tables--from Numbers into Pages. Here's how.
Rare though they are these days, Word macro viruses are still around. Here are the steps for dealing with them.
When it comes to Microsoft Word, each trick you learn can add up to significant time-savings—especially if you use the program every day. Here are five of Kirk McElhearn's favorites.
A reader finds a folder full of Safari preview images that he'd like no part in. Here's how to keep from accumulating them.
Tom Negrino picks his favorite tips for the popular presentation software—complete with some new tricks added by the recently-released Office Service Pack 2.
Learn how to shrink applications down to fit on smaller screens, or how to make them larger, if you wish (perhaps to adjust for a too-small font size).
Some changes to the way Amazon.com lets people connect to its database requires an update to Delicious Monster's Delicious Library application. Ted Landau explains.