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Get the most from your Mac! The show features news, tips, tricks, techniques, tutorials and reviews geared toward the casual, home and business Apple user. Covers the Mac, iPad, iPhone and other Apple products.

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Technical Terms: Wi-Fi (#1686)
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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.
Jun 22, 2018
Using Temporary Finder Tags To Gather Files (#1685)
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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.
Jun 21, 2018
Faster iPhone Typing With Predictive Text (#1684)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1684. The Predictive Text feature in iOS helps you save taps by trying to predict the next work you want to type and giving you a button to type it with one tap. Predictive text will show you suggestions based on context so sometimes it will seem like magic as it guesses what you want to write before you know. With some practice it can save time and frustration when typing on your small iPhone screen.
Jun 20, 2018
Pages Backgrounds (#1683)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1683. A new feature in Pages allows you to create color, gradient or image backgrounds in Page Layout documents. You can stretch or tile images across the page. You can also tint the image to fit your needs.
Jun 19, 2018
How To Change Your Apple ID Email Address (#1682)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1682. If you are using a third-party email address as your Apple ID, you may need to change it if you are losing that email address or plan to move on to another email service. Apple has a page that spells out the steps needed to change which email address is used as your Apple ID.
Jun 18, 2018
Technical Terms: Virus and Malware (#1681)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1681. People often use the term Virus when what they really should be saying is Malware. A computer virus is a very dangerous type of malware that can spread from computer to computer on its own. Malware is a more general term that can be correctly used to describe viruses, trojan horses, adware, spyware and more. It is better to use the term Malware unless you know for a fact that the problem is a virus.
Jun 15, 2018
Customizing Your Dock's Appearance (#1680)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1680. There are many settings on a Mac that determine how the Dock appears. You can change the size, hide it when not needed, and even move it to the left or right sides of the screen. You can change these settings in System Preferences, or by Control+clicking on the divider line in the Dock.
Jun 14, 2018
The iOS Built-In Dictionary (#1679)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1679. The iPhone and iPad have a built-in dictionary that doesn't appear as an individual app, but as a resource you can access Safari, text editing and other apps. You can look up any work you have selected. You can also look up words directly and quickly narrow search results to only show the definition. You can customize which dictionaries are used as well.
Jun 13, 2018
Combining Images With Preview (#1678)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1678. You can use Preview to combine more than one image into a single image. By using a trick to start a new document, and then resizing, copying and pasting other images into the new document, you can create a collage of images. Then you can export in the format of your choice to use in video projects, online posting, and so on.
Jun 12, 2018
Using Wildcards In Numbers Formulas (#1677)
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View in HD at http://macmost.com/e-1677. You can use the wildcard characters question mark and asterisk in some Numbers functions to get more powerful results. In this example, we'll look at using a SUMIF function that sums rows that match only a portion of a string, rather than an exact match.
Jun 11, 2018