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Using the Application Switcher to open files can sometimes be faster than hunting for an Application's window or searching through a jam packed Dock for an Application's icon. First grab your file, press Command-Tab, and then drop the file onto the desired application's icon to open it within that program.

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AV Home Complexity -- Hooking up home entertainment components is a mess, and isn't likely to change any time soon. (2 messages)


Concordance Software for Mac? Readers recommend several programs for creating a concordance using a large PDF as the source. (6 messages)


Print Problem on PDF Form -- PDF was supposed to make it easy to fill in electronic forms, but one reader encounters problems (and receives suggestions to overcome them). (5 messages)


Have Eudora and Leopard reconciled? How well does Eudora work under Leopard, since the program is no longer being developed and its successors are still on the horizon? (12 messages)


Switching on a Dual 1 GHz G4 with 2 Cinema displays -- For one reader, this hardware combination seems not to offer a power switch. How to turn it on? (5 messages)


Sleep issue -- A few readers report that older machines are not able to be put into sleep mode under Leopard. (3 messages)


MacBook Pro -- Strong as an Ox!! A MacBook Pro survives a drop to concrete and works just fine... but will it last? (4 messages)


Mail threading behaviour is peculiar -- How does the Mail application organize threaded messages? The Subject line seems to be the data of last resort. (3 messages)


Alternatives to iCal? What options are available to handle calendar and scheduling tasks? Some readers find iCal to be a surprisingly poor tool. (9 messages)


AirTunes over the air only? Learn how to set up an AirPort Express to connect to another wireless base station on your network. (6 messages)


Changes in Office 2008 -- Is Word's notorious and unreliable Fast Save option finally dead and gone? (2 messages)

 

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