Manage Multiple ChronoSync Documents
If you have multiple ChronoSync documents and need to run your syncs or backups manually, you may find it taxing to open each ChronoSync document and execute it manually. There are two easy methods to simplify managing multiple ChronoSync documents.
- You can add the ChronoSync documents to a Container document. A Container holds multiple ChronoSync documents and enables you to control several ChronoSync documents as if they were one document.
- You can make use of the Scheduled Documents Manager window to collect and organize commonly used ChronoSync documents without scheduling them.
Both methods allow you to schedule or manually run your syncs and backups.
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Other articles in the series Gifts for the Mac-Minded
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- 2005 Gift Ideas for the Macintosh-Minded (09 Dec 05)
- 2004 Gift Ideas for the Macintosh-Minded (09 Dec 04)
- 2003 Gift Ideas for the Macintosh-minded (11 Dec 03)
- 2002 Gift Ideas for the Macintosh-minded (12 Dec 02)
- 2001 Gift Ideas for the Macintosh-minded (13 Dec 01)
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Happy Holidays! We've collected gift suggestions from TidBITS readers again this year, so read on if you're still trying to find the perfect gift for your Macintosh-using friends and relations. This is also our final issue for 1999, though we'll continue to post news items and polls on our home page. Assuming the world doesn't end at midnight on 31-Dec-99, we'll see you in 2000.
Welcome to our 1999 Holiday Gift Issue, which is full of great gift ideas from TidBITS readers. Although most are related to the Macintosh, we've found Mac users to be a broad-minded community, so we were happy to include ideas that fell somewhat outside our standard focusShow full article
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Put Time on Your Side -- We could definitely use a gift of free time, but in the meantime Fred Miller suggests using MultiTimer Pro to track the time you're currently usingShow full article
Get Goofy over Golf -- Lisa Thompson recommends Goofy Golf Deluxe ($25, demo available) as an alternative to shoot-em-up titles. "Goofy Golf Deluxe should be enjoyed by many users - except maybe those who don't bother with bloodless games or who have some aversion to miniature golfShow full article
Handsome Prints -- Herouth Maoz writes, "iPrint.com is an excellent idea for all kinds of interesting, custom-made gifts. You pick an item (t-shirt, babywear, mousepad, mug, etc.), and custom design it, either with ready-made graphics or with ones you upload yourselfShow full article
TiVo Killed the Video Star -- Omar Shahine writes, "For me a TiVo (essentially a digital VCR that records to hard disk) is the killer app - it completely changes the way you think about viewing television! It is truly a fascinating deviceShow full article
We hope you've enjoyed this year's suggestions, and we'd like to close with a few that would make great gifts and would help support TidBITS at the same time. TidBITS Staff -- Frankly, the main reason we can put out TidBITS each week is because the people we have working on TidBITS are truly exceptionalShow full article