Apple’s new version of macOS has a ton of new features and improvements, but one of our favorites is the fact that you can combine PDFs right from the Finder instead of having to jump through hoops in Preview or Acrobat. The details are inside today’s article!
The Mac’s Preview program is powerful, and it can do all sorts of stuff with PDFs, like signing them, helping you to fill out forms electronically, and so on. But another way it excels is in combining PDFs quickly and easily, and we’ve got the scoop in this article!
Preview’s “Invert Selection” tool is a handy but little-known feature that’ll let you remove parts of an image pretty easily. In this tip, we’ll cover how to use this to crop pieces out of your pictures!
Adding in custom icons for your Mac’s folders is easy and fun! Plus, it can help you identify particularly important items at a glance, especially on your Desktop or in your Dock. In this article, we’ll go over the steps and discuss what to do if your fancy icons don’t show in your Dock.
The Preview app in OS X is a powerful tool that lets you perform basic modifications to a PDF document such as rearranging or deleting pages and changing metadata. One feature that may be less well known is the ability to extract one or more pages from an existing PDF document. Read on to learn two methods to do it.
Preview in OS X lets users convert and export their image files to six default formats: JPEG, JPEG-2000, OpenEXR, PDF, PNG, and TIFF. These formats cover the needs of most users, but Preview is a powerful application that is hiding support for many additional image formats. Here’s how to find and access these hidden image formats, giving you complete control over your exported images.