Microsoft Word’s default font—Calibri—may not be your cup of tea. Maybe you prefer serif fonts. Maybe you don’t know what a serif font is, but you hate Calibri anyway. Maybe you’re just the biggest fan of Helvetica that has ever lived. No matter your reason, we’ll tell you how to change the default font in Word for Mac!
If you ever need to print multiple documents from your Mac, don’t waste time opening them up one-by-one and initiating the print manually. Instead, here are two methods built into macOS that let you print multiple files at once with just a few clicks.
Within Control Center on your iPhone or iPad, you can access some nifty hidden options, such as turning on Night Shift or your personal hotspot. In today’s article, we’ll go over how to do just that!
Offsite backups are critically important, not just for redundancy, but because they ensure that if something happens to your house, you’ll still have all of your photos and documents. Today, we’ll go over how to pick a scheme for your offsite backups and some things to think about before you get started!
If you visit the same few sites every day, then a convenient thing would be to have Safari open all of them when you launch the program. If you’ve got your most important bookmarks stored in a single folder, this is really simple to do, too! In today’s article, we’ll tell you how to set up a bookmarks folder in Safari and then how to launch all those links on startup.
Microsoft’s Office 365 service provides an easy way to download and install the Office apps (like Word and Excel) on any machines you have, as long as you have the licenses available. But if you need to deactivate an installation of Office 365, there’s a quick method for doing so! We’ll tell you how.
When you paste text into a Google Docs document, it will retain the font and formatting of its source. This is fine in some cases, but most users want their pasted text to match the existing formatting of their document. Here are two ways to get clean, unformatted text in your Google Docs documents, including one option that removes text formatting but leaves links intact.
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!
Today’s article is about the ubiquitous open/save windows that appear whenever we need to, well…open or save something on our Macs. There are easy ways to use keyboard shortcuts to navigate and manipulate those windows, and we’ll tell you how!
Face ID on the iPhone X is a pretty amazing technology, and you can do more with it than just make animoji! In this tip, we’re going to go over its “Attention Aware” and “Require Attention” features and how you can disable them if you’d like to.