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Technical Terms: GIF (MacMost #1833)


GIF is an image file format that is commonly used to post images to the web, social media or messages.


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Mac File Save Power User Tips (MacMost #1832)


When you save a file you get to assign a name and pick a location.


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Removing Annoying Alerts By Setting Notification Alert Styles (MacMost #1831)


Many apps will give you alerts that appear in the upper right corner of your Mac screen.


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Using Capitalization Styling In Pages (MacMost #1830)


You can switch a text selection to use all uppercase letters, or just capitalize the beginnings of words, by using a style change rather than retyping the words.


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Creating a PDF Portfolio With Pages (MacMost #1829)


If you are an artist or photographer you may be asked to submit a PDF to schools or galleries.


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Setting Up Your Mac Mail Signatures (MacMost #1828)


Email signatures are easy to set up so that you can have your name and other information automatically displayed at the bottom of any email you compose.


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Understanding FileVault (MacMost #1827)


FileVault is a feature of macOS that offers full-disk encryption for your Mac.


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Resizing and Positioning Green Screen Video In iMovie (MacMost #1826)


You can't resize or position an overlay and also apply a green screen effect in iMovie at the same time.


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Using the Dock As an Alternative To Browser Bookmarks (MacMost #1825)


Some people like to put web location files on the Desktop or in the Dock as an alternative to using browser bookmarks.


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Advanced Spotlight Math (MacMost #1824)


You can do a lot more than just simple addition and multiplication in Spotlight.


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