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Category Archives: Macintosh Tips
574.GP-Download from Google Photos to Computer
Google Photos job is to save all your photo and video memories in your Google account in the cloud. You might want a local copy of your best memories on a local computer or hard drive.
Learn how to do that with this Tutorial Video from Mrs. Geek.
505.OT-Copy USB drive to Mac
If you have files on a Flash Drive (e.g. the Geeks On Tour Learning Library) and you want to have them copied to the hard drive on your Mac computer, here is a tutorial on how to do that.
00.MA-Macintosh Tip #3: Tabbed Browsing
Another video from our Mac Guru friend, Ken Wiseman of RVNavigator.com. In this video, Ken steps you thru how to use the Safari Browser to open up links into new tabs. Even if you don’t have a Macintosh, this is a useful tip because most all browsers today (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Chrome etc) have tabbed browsing.
00.MA-Macintosh Tip #2: Making .pdf files
Thanks to Ken Wiseman, from RVNavigator.com for providing this video tip for our Macintosh users. This will show you how to take any document on your Macintosh and make a .pdf file from it so others can view it using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
00.MA-Macintosh Tip #1: Viewing pictures in the Finder
Thanks to our friend Ken Wiseman of RVNavigator.com for providiing this video tip about pre-viewing photos in the Macintosh Finder instead of just the pictures’ file names.