Add Slides to Pear Note from Other Applications
If you have some slides in any application, and you'd like to add them to a Pear Note document, there's no need to save them out and then import them into Pear Note. Instead, you can send them directly to Pear Note through a PDF service. For instance, if you had slides in Keynote, just:
- Select Print within Keynote.
- Click the PDF button.
- Select Send PDF to Pear Note.
This can also be used to import other document types into Pear Note to take notes on them as well.
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Although it doesn't directly impact customers right now, this week's big news was Apple lifting its overly restrictive iPhone non-disclosure agreement; iPhone software developers can now communicate with one another freely (and technical books in the pipeline can finally be published), which should result in better applications in the future. In other news, AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) makes an unexpected return to the Mac, Easy Wi-Fi simplifies hotspot access on the iPhone or iPod touch, and a French newspaper article claims that older Mac Pros could be poisoning owners. Joe Kissell starts writing a review of iPhone games and realizes that the task isn't so simple, and Adam revels in the font of typographical goodness that is Bravefont. We're also extremely excited to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Take Control with a big half-off sale! In the TidBITS Watchlist, we cover the releases of Apple TV 2.2, Firefox PDF Plugin for Mac OS X 0.9.9, iTunes 8.0.1, SousChef 1.0, OmniWeb 5.8, Quark Publishing System 8, Drive Genius 2.1, and You Control: Desktops 1.3.
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