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  1. How To Save a Portion Of a Webpage Or Document as an Image Or PDF (#1694)2018/07/05
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1694 . You can easily save a portion of a webpage or document as a streamlined PDF or Image file. However, many people take screenshots instead, which are poor resolution. Using the Open In Preview function in the Print Dialog, you can quickly and easily convert portions of webpages or documents to smooth and scalable PDFs or even higher resolution images.
  2. How To Copy and Paste Files In the Mac Finder (#1693)2018/07/03
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1693 . Instead of dragging and dropping files to move them in the Finder, you can simply use Copy and Paste. This will create a copy of the file in the new location. But if you hold down the option key, this moves the file instead. This is similar to cutting and pasting files in other operating systems. You can copy and paste multiple files.
  3. How To Set Your Mac Safari Homepage (#1692)2018/07/02
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1692 . You can set your Safari home page to any page on any site. However, this won't actually affect much unless you also set other options in your Safari Preferences. Even then, when you quit Safari and relaunch it, you'll probably just see the same pages you had open previously, unless you close all of Safari's windows before quitting.
  4. Technical Terms: The Internet and the Web (#1691)2018/06/29
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  5. How To Remove All Copies Of a File From Time Machine (#1690)2018/06/28
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1690 . If you want to permanently delete files from your Mac and your Time Machine backups, you must use a special function in Time Machine to remove all of the versions of that file. After deleting the current file on your drive, you need to Enter Time Machine, look back to a time where that file existed, and then select the file to delete it from all backups.
  6. Rounded Column Corners In Numbers (#1689)2018/06/27
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1689 . A new feature in Numbers is the ability to round the corners in column and bar charts. You can use this to soften the corners or to completely round the ends of the bars. This also works in the latest versions of Pages and Keynote.
  7. Print Pages Per Sheet To Save Paper (#1688)2018/06/26
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1688 . You can use the Pages Per Sheet setting in the Print dialog box of almost any app to combine 2, 4 or more pages to one sheet of paper. This makes the print smaller, but can be useful if you are trying to save paper or only print a backup copy of some information.
  8. Clearing Your Mac Safari Browser Cache (#1687)2018/06/25
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  9. Technical Terms: Wi-Fi (#1686)2018/06/22
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1686 . Wi-Fi is a made-up term that refers to the way we connect wirelessly to our networks and the Internet beyond. People use a variety of terms to describe Wi-Fi Base Stations, but each has a subtly different meaning.
  10. Using Temporary Finder Tags To Gather Files (#1685)2018/06/21
    View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1685 . Tags are useful for many things. One idea is to use them to flag files to gather them together for a single use without moving the files from the folders where they reside. For instance, you may want to gather together files to send to someone or save a copy to an archive.
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