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Comment on Finder smart folders and Word documents by Smart Ways to Work With Smart Folders | Find Tech News

Fri, 08 Oct 2010 16:10:38 +0000

[...] writer Sharon Zardetto has posted a blog entry on MacTipster explaining how to set up a smart folder definition for Word documents that excludes Word’s [...]

Comment on Me, Mac/iPad, and Medicine by How to contribute a tip (or start a thread)… «

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 13:51:27 +0000

[...] How to contribute a tip (or start a thread)… Don’t you hate it when work and life in general gets in the way of fun? With my Take Control of Fonts in Snow Leopard book out, and Take Control of Safari 5 waiting for its spot in the editorial/production queue, and my spate Macworld articles done in timely manners, and medical adventures under control for the time being… it’s back to the fun of my two blogs, this and iPadPunditry, starting with an entry in both blogs about what it’s like to combine Me, Mac/iPad, and Medicine. [...]

Comment on TIP: Put the date in the menu bar by liamascorcaigh

Fri, 23 Jul 2010 11:58:29 +0000

On my Mac this option is included already. Go to system preferences > Date/Time > Clock. Under "Date Options" click "Show Date". I guess this has been included in a software update (Snow Leopard maybe) since this post. However I didn't know it was there until I went about trying the above tip, so may thanx. And you're so right, the lack of a displayed date was both a pain and a mystery.

Comment on COMMENTARY: No Steve? No APPLE at Macworld? by Giddens

Sun, 07 Feb 2010 17:17:02 +0000

great post! thanks...

Comment on TIP: Put the Character Palette in the Input menu by trickyt

Sun, 24 Jan 2010 07:19:38 +0000

I am using Snow Leopard. The instructions to access the Character Palette do not seem to correspond to Snow Leopard. For example, when I follow instruction No 1 above : 1. Choose Apple > System Preferences and click on International. I find that "international" is not one of the choices. I found another option, "Language and Text" >> "Input Sources" >> "Keyboard and Character viewer", but that does not seem to change anything that I can find. More importantly it does not seem to put the Character Palette on my menu bar at the bottom of the screen.