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A Quick Click or Tap can Reveal All Sorts of Info

Apple makes it pretty easy to look up information about any word you can see in nearly any Application on your Mac. To access this information, Control- or right-click the word and choose Look Up “word”, use the trackpad to tap the ...

Apple’s Mac Reminders App Is More Capable Than You May Realize

With Apple’s productivity apps like Calendar, Contacts, Notes, and Reminders, which look and work pretty much the same on the Mac and in iOS, what you see is largely what you get. Particularly in iOS, they tend not to have ...

Here’s How to Flip between a Mac App’s Windows with a Keystroke

It’s easy, in some apps, to end up with oodles of open windows. You can usually switch between them by clicking those you can see or by choosing one from the Window menu, but wouldn’t it be nice to cycle ...

How to Quickly Select Items in a List from the Keyboard

Greetings from The MacGuys+, Even if you already know this tip, you may not have realized all the places where it works. When you find yourself in a list on the Mac, as in a Finder window, an Open dialog, ...

Use Command Keys to Open Safari Bookmarks or Tabs

In 2015, Apple quietly changed the behavior of the Command-1 through Command-9 keys in Safari on the Mac. Before then, pressing Command-1 would open the first bookmark on your Favorites bar. Now, however, Command-1 switches to the first tab, Command-2 ...

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