If you’re trying to describe a location to someone who isn’t familiar with the area, it can be difficult. You can’t just say, "It’s next to Walmart" if they don’t even know where Walmart is. But with the Maps app and Markup tool on Mac, you can easily use shapes and text to show exactly where you’re describing. And it can even be a little fun.
Here’s how to create and mark up a PDF from Maps on your Mac.
Preview on Mac is a terrific app for viewing your images or signing PDF documents. But the Preview app can do much more. For instance, there are a few tools like Loupe and Mask that can help you make parts of your images stand out and really pop.
In addition, Preview has features for customizing the colors in your image along with the size. To help you make the most out of Preview on your Mac, here’s how to use those color and size tools.
Preview on Mac might be one of those tools that you don’t think much about. You might use it just to open images, or maybe you use it to sign PDFs, but for most image work, you likely use something more robust.
But Preview does have some good annotation tools that you let spruce up your images quickly and easily. So you’re unaware of these Preview features, we’ll go over a few handy ones and how to use them. These include the mask, loupe, and speech bubble tools.
While most times, when you need to sign a document digitally, it’s a PDF file. And you can use Preview on your Mac to sign those types of files. But if you are creating a document in Pages that you want to add your signature to, it’s as easy as inserting an image.
Here’s how to add a signature in Apple Pages documents.
With macOS Catalina, Apple made a change to the layout of the Mail app. The classic layout has been updated and you no longer have that option within your Mail Preferences. However, you can change where you see the previews and whether or not you want to use a column layout.
We’ll show you how to make these adjustments and change the layout of your inbox in the Mail app on Mac.
As another helpful piece in our "New to Mac" series, this tutorial walks you through the Preview app on your Mac. This useful tool is the default viewer for images and PDFs. You can use it for more than previews, however. Preview offers markup and annotation tools along with features for merging PDF files and signing documents.
So, if you’re new to Mac and want to know all about Preview and what you can do with it, read on!
While you likely know that you can print from the Preview app on your Mac, you might not realize that you can easily print several images on one page without the need for additional software or apps.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to print multiple images or photos per page in Preview on Mac.
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The Preview pane can be very helpful when you’re using Finder on your Mac. It gives you a quick glance at the file you select and includes details such as the date it was created, the tags you applied, and when it was last opened. For things like images and video files, you can see even more data like size, dimensions, and resolution.
The Preview pane can also give you Quick Actions, like the ability to rotate or mark up the file with a click. Each of the details you see in the Preview pane depends on the type of file you select, and that information can be customized. Here’s how to change the Finder Preview pane options on Mac to suit your needs.
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Preview on Mac is a versatile little app with some pretty compelling editing features.
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