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The Mac|Life 101 series is where you can come to learn new and simple ways to do things with Apple’s desktop and mobile operating systems. Whether you’re new to the platform, or just want to learn a new technique, then MacLife 101 is for you.
You have physical labels, tabs, and other forms of organization in the real world, but what about the digital world of your Mac desktop? Sure, you may use an app for that, but there’s a little known feature that gives you the same flexibility in organizing your files and folders in the Finder. Labels are OS X’s way of visually organizing and tagging your files for future use, and in this MacLife 101, we’ll show you how to label your files and folders, and then search for files using their labels.
If the rumors are yet again to be believed, Apple is reworking the $99 per year MobileMe service to include something called a “music locker” -- cloud storage to keep your music library available from anywhere with an internet connection, and it may come with a $20 per year price tag.
While you can easily use Spotlight to find that missing file, it's nice to be able to open up Documents and have all your folder nicely organized. With Labels, you can add a bit more of an organizational element to your folders to easily flag down project files or identify the folder with all of your secret, personal stuff. Read on to find out how to get things in order in with Labels.
With the holidays right around the corner, many people will be mailing holiday greeting cards to their family and friends. Many will end up writing out the addresses on each envelope, but there is an easier way using Address Book. In this how-to, we'll tell you just how easy it can be to batch print labels for any occassion.