Quick Look is arguably one of the best baked-in features that most Mac users take for granted in OS X. By selecting a file and clicking the space bar, users are given an almost instant sneak-peek at the file's contents, be it an image, video or text. This can be an incredible time and sanity-saver when trying to locate a particular file that you can't quite recall the name of. However, if you want access to any more functionality than the sneak-peek that Quick Look affords, you'll have to open up the application responsible for producing the file you're viewing.
Most of the time.
Printing a document while still in Quick Look is an easy, if not immediately obvious way of speeding up your work flow. Here's how it's done.
Google’s Chrome OS has finally been unveiled, and the search giant is leaving no stone unturned by adding printing capabilities to their web apps, courtesy of Google Cloud Print. Here’s how to get started with the printing technology -- although for now, Mac owners aren’t invited to the party.
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.
Right on the heels of last week’s 9.0.1 update which addressed potential data loss when updating your library from a previous version, Apple has released iPhoto 9.1 on Thursday. Among the changes are the ability to create and order calendars, additional letterpress holiday greeting cards and bug fixes.
Printing is finally coming to iOS with an update in November, but third-party developers clearly feel that Apple’s official solution leaves something to be desired. Among them is Readdle, who is bringing full-featured printing to the iPad with a new app expected imminently.
We just purchased an iMac with the iWork suite. I used to use Microsoft Word to print individual envelopes of different sizes and also Avery mailing labels. Word let me specify which Avery labels I was using and would automatically print them. Can Pages do this too, or am I going to have to purchase Word for the Mac?
With the introduction of the iPad, Apple is faced with a dilemma -- their excellent iWork apps can’t print. There’s now speculation that may soon change, with iPhone OS 4.0 about to be previewed on Thursday.