Posts Tagged 'Workflows'

Merging PDF’s to create a single file using Preview

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Mac OS X allows you to create PDF files easily from any Mac Application that allows you to print. However you might not be aware that you can also merge PDF documents into one file using the Preview utility.

The PDF file format is an open standard for document exchange (PDF stands for Portable Document Format). The file format was created by Adobe Systems in 1993. It’s often used for ...

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1Password Review

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Why do you need 1Password?

In today’s online world, people have many sites that they register online accounts with, banks, web forums, product support, online shopping sites, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, etc.  As you add more sites it becomes more difficult to remember different user accounts and passwords so many people end up reusing the same user name and passwords. They often choose easy to remember passwords, ...

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Searching in Mac Mail OS X 10.7 Lion

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In a previous article I talked about the productivity benefits that come from slimming down the number of Mail folders you use to store your mail messages. These days searching is so much quicker than trying to remember in which folder you saved a particular message. The new Mac Mail client in Lion OS X 10.7 has some useful new search functionality ...

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Use Mac OS X Speech to proofread your documents

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How many times have you written a document or drafted an email, read it through, thought it was ok, pressed the send button and then notice that you typed a word twice or made some other error that you missed? I have done this more than I like to be honest. Did you know that your Mac can proofread the text and read ...

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A simple manual To Do form

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While there are some great task management applications for the Mac, like Things and OmniFocus, sometimes a simple manual system can help you better manage you tasks. Or it could be part of a manual capture system, that you can use to enter into your task management App when you have time.

I developed this simple To Do form many years ago and still use it ...

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