The Mac’s “Complete” feature—available in a bunch of programs, like TextEdit, Pages, and Mail—can be helpful if you’re not sure how to spell a word and would like suggestions on it. In today’s article, we’ll go over how to use this and how it differs from the normal autocorrect feature!
Everything old is new again—at least, it is when Apple brings back a popular feature that had been removed! Many versions ago, the Pages program used to let you create bookmarks to link to different sections of your documents, and now the new version will allow you to do that again. Handy, we think, and…well…pretty important, too! Good call, Apple.
Lots of Mac applications have toolbars that you can edit, so if you want to add a button for a function that you use all of the time, for example, you can. Making your life easier (and your work faster) is what this article’s all about, so come read about how to customize toolbars on the Mac!
Apple released a completely rewritten iWork suite alongside OS X Mavericks, but many key features were lost in the process. One that we feared was gone was the handy color picker in Pages. Thankfully, it’s still there, but it’s not where you might think. Here’s how to find it.
Like many word processing applications, Apple’s Pages app can show users a live preview of what each font looks like while browsing through the interface’s drop-down font selection menu. On slower Macs or for users with many fonts, however, enabling font previews may slow down the application as the system attempts to render each font. Here’s how to manually disable font previews indefinitely as well as a shortcut to see them only we necessary. To manually disable (or enable) font…