As the title suggests, this is a book for competent Mac users who would like to push their skills and knowledge further. Don’t read this book in a sitting though. Instead, work your way through chapter by chapter incorporating the advice and suggestions.
Accidentally engage Overtype mode in Microsoft Word and you could not only think your Mac’s broken, but tear your hair out trying to type anything. It can be handy at times though. Here’s what you need to know about Overtype.
Do you have 2 lists of words and need to know which words are only in file 1, which are only in file 2 and which are in both? Your Mac can tell you in a flash, if you know what to do. Here’s how it works.
Guest author Lee Bennett reviews and compares the built-in photo Panorama feature in iOS 6 with the AutoStitch Panorama app. If you like to shoot panoramas, or are just interested in snapping photos with your iPhone, this is a must-read Tip.
A good thing about Kindle books is that you can read one book at different times on different devices, such as iPad, iPhone or even Mac, and the software automatically lets you know what page you were up to. But if a book doesn’t turn up on one device, here’s how to get it.
Many new Macs don’t include an optical drive, so you can’t use CDs and DVDs. You could spend extra to buy a drive, but this Tip on making disk images could save you from that expense. Here’s how to make disk images from physical installation discs.