If you want to extract text from a PDF on your Mac, then one easy-as-pie way to go about it is to use TextEdit as a go-between. Because you can paste plain text into that program, it makes such tasks a snap! Melissa Holt’s going to go over the whole process for us.
Installing macOS High Sierra from the Mac App Store is easy, but sometimes you need a dedicated offline installer. Here’s how to create your own bootable macOS High Sierra USB installer in just a few quick steps.
It’s a headache and a half to print out documents, sign them, and then scan them back in. Luckily, Mail on the Mac has a way that you can save your own signature and then insert it into any PDF attachment to make quick work of approvals and contracts. Melissa Holt will tell us how!
Whenever you add a new event into the Calendar app on your Mac, does it automatically add an alert to remind you before the event happens? If not (and you’d like it to, or you’d like to change the timing!), we’ve got your bases covered in this article.
Is the speed of your mouse cursor too fast or too slow in Windows 10? Here’s how to adjust your mouse speed using Microsoft’s built-in mouse options.
Select an item in the Finder and press Command-I, and you’ll see all sorts of information about that file or folder—size, for example, modification date, and so on. But there’s a little-known feature that’s similar and very handy called “Get Summary Info” that lets you view the combined info and file size for multiple items at once. Here’s how it works.
Did you recently get a new Kindle? Want to sell or give the old one away? Before you do, make sure to reset the old Kindle, which will remove your Amazon account information and give the new owner a fresh out-of-box experience. Here’s how to do it.
When you can delete an email on your iPhone or iPad with just a single tap of the wrong button…well, that can be frustrating to undo if you tend to hit it accidentally! In this article, we’ll discuss how to force Mail to ask nicely before it trashes your stuff.
At the top of the list of “things we’re not fond of” are calendar events that appear automatically because we received emails with attached invites. If you’re seeing those on your Mac, too, we’re going to tell you how to turn them off!
Do you work with lots of applications and windows on your Mac? If so, things can sometimes get a bit cluttered. Here are some tips for configuring System Preferences to make application and window management a bit easier.