Monthly Archives: March 2011
This seems to be a pretty awesome app worth checking out. It lets you type/draw notes and syncs between the ipad/mac. It’s available for $9.99 on the mac store (in your doc), and $4.99 on the ipad. Course Notes Advertisements
Your new mac comes with software pre-installed that will allow it to use a pressure sensitive tablet for inking (the name of the tablet and software is bamboo). If you feel you won’t be using this, and would like to de-activate … Continue reading
Saving files to pdf is one of the most useful features on a computer. On the mac, it’s built into the print dialog (command-P is the keyboard shortcut to print), but with a few simple changes you can set it … Continue reading
So most of you have had a mac for a little more than 48 hours. What new things have you learned? Tips? Tricks? Questions? Suggestions?
A number of people have wondered: How do a get a secondary (right) click on the mac? In most cases, holding down the control key while clicking will give you a right click. You can also fully customize this behavior … Continue reading
Look for lots of posts to help you get started using your mac here soon. In the meantime, check out the welcome to mac video. [vimeo vimeo.com/21248905]