Have you ever wonder what is the use of the “Speech” function in Preview? Well, literally, it can read you the selected text of the document. Why should I listen to a text? It may because you are tired of reading after a whole day’s work or you just want to try something new. […]
We’ve received multiple reports from students and staff who have upgraded their laptops to the latest Mac OS version, Catalina, that they experience unreliable WiFi connections on campus after the upgrade. For now, please do not upgrade your laptops to Catalina. Mac OS 10.14 Mojave is safe to upgrade.
The latest version of MacOS, Catalina, has been released. Your Macbook may prompt you to upgrade. We do NOT recommend upgrading to Catalina at this time, as it may cause compatibility issues with your software including your print driver. If you did already upgrade, though, visit the helpdesk if you experience any software or printing […]
Each user now has a 50 page/month color quota in order to avoid printing color by mistake. You can avoid accidentally running up against this quota by verifying your printer default settings and by using printer presets to quickly change settings. See this Knowledgebase article for two <2 min instructional videos.
On Wednesday and Thursday we had two PD sessions on getting to know your Mac. Here are the top ten key takeaways: Take a screenshot with cmd-shift-3 (whole screen) or cmd-shift-4 (choose an area of the screen) Use the Spotlight search feature (the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner) to quickly launch applications. […]