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Grade(s):  13  Tag(s):  Mac; email; email 
Mail on the iPad 

Mail on the iPad

   Take a look at the Mail app on the iPad. It has a beautiful design and is very easy to use. But it lacks powerful features.

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How to Create and Send  HTML email 

How to Create and Send HTML email

   Designing HTML Email is a far cry from regular web design. Sure, they both us HTML elements, but the whole philosophy is different. In this world, you have to do all you can do to make sure this single design is as viewable as absolutely possible in all email clients, and there are a lot more...

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Running Windows on Your Mac 

Running Windows on Your Mac

   You can run Windows on your Mac using either Boot Camp, a virtualization solution like Parallels, VMWare Fusion or VirtualBox, or a Win32 API solution like Wine to run individual applications. See the advantages and disadvantages of each

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Do You Need to Defrag Your Mac 

Do You Need to Defrag Your Mac

   Defragmentation was a common technique among Mac-using professionals in the 1990s. But with Mac OS X and today’s hardware, do you still need to run defragmentation software?

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Setting up Dual Monitors on your Mac 

Setting up Dual Monitors on your Mac

   A MacBook or MacBook Pro is great for traveling. It's also great for working at your desk. At your desk you can have a wireless mouse, speakers for your music and more. To make you even more productive you can also attach a second monitor. It's quick and easy and we'll walk you through it.

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Tweaking Your Dual Monitor Display Settings 

Tweaking Your Dual Monitor Display Settings

   When you've connected a second monitor to your MacBook or MacBook Pro it's time to configure different settings. Display settingslet you specify the screen size and the resolution of the second monitor you're adding to the mix. Mac OS X will generally do a good job of auto-detecting the monitor...

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Configuring the Dock and menu on your dual monitor desktop 

Configuring the Dock and menu on your dual monitor desktop

   With two monitors running from your MacBook Pro, you can choose to keep your laptop monitor as the primary display or, when connected to the secondary monitor, use that one as the primary display. You can also choose where you want the Dock and the system menu to display on either display.

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Doubling your OS X Spaces with a Secondary Display 

Doubling your OS X Spaces with a Secondary Display

   Adding dual monitors to your MacBook dramatically increases your screen real estate. If you use the Mac function "Spaces," you'll have many more Spaces to choose from as you now have more space to spread out.

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Tweaking your dual monitor OS X settings 

Tweaking your dual monitor OS X settings

   Once you have your dual monitor system setup it's easy to maintain. To make on-the-fly changes you don't have to go into System Preferences. Instead, just visit the Menu.

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Importing Incompatable Video into iMovie 

Importing Incompatable Video into iMovie

   Most video cameras produce files in a format that iMovie can handle right away. However, some cameras use special video formats that iMovie can’t read without your help. There are three strategies you can use to get incompatible video into iMovie: installing software that comes with your camera,...

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Adding Cut-aways in iMovie 

Adding Cut-aways in iMovie

   How to add a cut-away in iMovie 09. You can splice in an image to appear in the middle of a video clip with the audio continuing uninterrupted

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Using Multiple Table in iWork Numbers 

Using Multiple Table in iWork Numbers

   iWork 09’s spreadsheet program Numbers isn’t like the old-fashioned spreadsheet programs you may be used to. You can create small tables and design a sheet with each table having its own numbers and formulas and also using numbers from other tables.

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Using Multiple Table in iwork Numbers 

Using Multiple Table in iwork Numbers

   Learn how to use basic spreadsheet formulas in iWork 09’s Numbers program. You can use basic mathematical functions and also use functions to get the sum or average of a list of numbers

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Cool Features of Pages 09 

Cool Features of Pages 09

   Pages 09 has some cool advanced features. You can easily switch to a full screen mode, hide and show areas in an outline, include charts with live calculations, export and mail documents as Word or PDF files, and create password-protected PDF files

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Mac - Pages  - 2009

Ten Ways to do Slideshows on Your Mac 

Ten Ways to do Slideshows on Your Mac

   Take a look at 10 different ways you can turn a set of images into a quick slideshow on your Mac

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Creating iMovie Titles with Keynote 

Creating iMovie Titles with Keynote

   Gary Rosenzweig looks at how to use iWork’s Keynote program to make animated titles for use in iMovie. You can use the transitions and special effects in Keynote to build an opening sequence, and then export it as a video to import into iMovie.

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Keynote Smart Builds 

Keynote Smart Builds

   You can use Smart Builds in Keynote to quickly add a slideshow of photos into your presentation. The photos all exist on one slide, so you don’t need to create a separate slide for each image. You can set the transition and other options

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Starting Your Own Blog 

Starting Your Own Blog

   Learn how to start your own blog using a free blogging service. Get tips about which topic to choose, what to do to get off to a good start, and learn about common blogging mistakes

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Making Twitter and Facebook Icons with iPhoto 

Making Twitter and Facebook Icons with iPhoto

   Learn how to take a photo in iPhoto 09 and make a small square icon to use as your icon or avatar in social media networks like Twitter, Facebook and other blogs and forums throughout the Web.

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How to Get People to Follow You on twitter 

How to Get People to Follow You on twitter

   Learn how to build a following on Twitter using a selection of techniques to create an audience that is interested in what you have to say.

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Finding People to Follow on Twitter 

Finding People to Follow on Twitter

   MacMost launches a new Mac Users Guide to Twitter section. In this video, if you are new to Twitter, find out how to find interesting people to follow to make your Twitter experience better.

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Uploadig Photos from iPhoto 09 to Facebook 

Uploadig Photos from iPhoto 09 to Facebook

   iPhoto 09 allows you to create albums that sync between iPhoto and your Facebook account. You can add more photos to an album later on, and receive tag information from your Facebook friends back in iPhoto.

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Upload from iPhoto to flickr and Facebook 

Upload from iPhoto to flickr and Facebook

   Gary Rosenzweig looks at two extensions for iPhoto that will allow you to upload your photos directly from iPhoto to Flickr and FaceBook.

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All About Twitter 

All About Twitter

   Gary Rosenzweig takes a look at Twitter, the free service that lets you and your friends keep track of each other.

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iPad ibooks App 

iPad ibooks App

   One of the major functions of the iPad is to serve as an e-books reader. The iBooks app from Apple allows you to both purchase and view e-books. Take a look at how the iBooks app works

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