Called up a very long web page and need to find something inside that web page? Don’t scroll. Use Command F instead. Here’s how it works.
Take Control of TextExpander is very helpful not only for long-standing users of TextExpander but also those new to it. As an ‘old-hand’ I learned several new tricks that have already been worth more than the cost of the book.
Get quick and easy access to a set of web pages by bookmarking them in a folder. Then most web browsers will let you open the whole folder in tabs, all at once. Here are the details.
If you’ve spent a lot of energy on styling one chunk of text and need other chunks styled just the same way, then copying and pasting just the style — without the text itself — is the way to go. Here’s how.
If you write anything that involves research, or that’s longer than a simple blog post, you need both Scrivener 2 and Take Control of Scrivener 2. It’s powerful software and an invaluable guide.
I work with a MacBook Pro on my lap and don’t use an external monitor. But once in a while I need just a little bit of extra room on my screen. Did you know your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch can be an extra screen? Here’s how to make it happen.