I downloaded a lecture as an MP3 file. But iTunes won't let me put it
in the Podcast folder. It plays fine on my iPod touch as music, but I
can't use the podcast navigation controls. How can I fix this?
I’m having trouble seeing the Dock icons for the latest Office for Mac
applications. I thought the Office 2004 for Mac icons were darker and
easier to see in my Dock. Is there a way to alter the Office 2008 for
Mac icons, or can I substitute one for the other?
I just got an iPhone 3GS, and I can’t connect to my Gmail in the Mail app. This worked just fine on my old iPhone, but now I’m getting an error message that says, “Cannot connect using SSL.” I can connect just fine to Gmail using Safari, but I’d prefer to use Mail.
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The advantage of PDF files over other formats is that they precisely
preserve your page layouts, even embedding fonts that other people’s
computers may not possess. Apple’s versatile Preview application lets
you view PDF documents, but, as you might expect, you can’t edit the
text in any way. You can, however, use Preview to modify the pages
themselves. For instance, you could elect to keep just a specific
section, reorder the pages, delete some, and even insert others.
Preview is full of PDF flexibility, as you’ll see in the following
Call me anal, but I like things to be in folders of my choosing, so I can find them later without going through my iPhoto library. Importing photos to iPhoto creates a new folder. I’ve figured out how to give that new folder (film roll) a name of my choosing. Sometimes I’d really like to add photos directly to (or import directly to) an existing iPhoto folder (film roll). Is there a way to do this?
I took a bunch of photos with my digital camera, but the clock on my
camera was set incorrectly. I’ve tried to fix this by changing the date
and time of these photos in iPhoto, but when I show these files in the
Finder, they still have the wrong date and time.