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Now 932: Using Audio In Keynote There are several ways you can incorporate sounds and music into your Keynote presentations. You can add a background soundtrack that will play over the entire presentation. You can also add a sound for a single frame. If you set up this sound correctly, you can control the sound in the frame as well. Video Transcript (Click to Expand) Hi, this is Gary with MacMost Now. There are two main ways to add music to your presentation. Here is a sample presentation. Here I have the soundtrack. So I can just choose a song there and it would preview it for me and then I can add it in here by simply dragging it to this box. I can also adjust the volume for the soundtrack there. I don’t have to just choose from my iTunes Library. If you want to remove the soundtrack from the movie it is not quite apparent how you do that. This sets us up to add some music that is only for a specific slide. So you also have this Start movie on click thing. When you make this larger something else happens.

ecto MacZealots.com ★ Knowledge is Power.™ my mac Top 30 mistakes made by new Mac users The Unofficial Apple Weblog has posted a short story on the top five mistakes made by new mac users. It includes closing an application window, thinking it has quit, downloading software and then running it from the disk image (runs slowly, can't eject disk image), Windows .EXE files littered around the desktop after they've tried to download software and install it. The comments attached to the article are entertaining, and pick up many other common mistakes. The thing that strikes me is that most of these problems could be resolved by Apple. Here's a precis list of things that TUAW and its users said in comments, and a few of my own: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. from your own site.

How to use iCloud Keychain Apple’s new iCloud Keychain aims to solve an irritating problem: even if you've entered usernames and passwords on your Mac, you still have to reenter every single one manually on your iPhone and iPad (as well as any other Macs you use). As of OS X 10.9 Mavericks and iOS 7.0.3, however, iCloud Keychain keeps these account credentials, along with credit card numbers and other personal information (including your account settings for email, contacts, calendars, and social networking services) in sync across your Macs and iOS devices automatically. Plus, Safari on both platforms now sports new features that integrate with iCloud Keychain, such as a built-in random password generator and an improved autofill capability. The setup process for iCloud Keychain is suprisingly involved, and has a couple of less-than-obvious steps. ), which include a number of additional, useful features. Set up your first device iOS: First, make sure your iPhone is running iOS 7.0.3 (or later). Approve a device

HowTo: Quitar del escritorio el molesto "Untitled" de Algo que tarde o temprano hacen los que se compran un Mac Intel es probar Bootcamp e instalar Windows, seguramente por un amplio abanico de motivos, incluso sabiendo que en algunos casos no se va a arrancar casi nunca desde esa partición. Ocurre con frecuencia que una vez instalado el sistema operativo de forma exitosa se muestra la partición NTFS en el escritorio como un volumen llamado “Untitled”. Hay varias formas de conseguir renombrar la partición, pero si probáis la más obvia (como se renombra cualquier archivo o volumen en el Finder, es decir pulsando Enter) no os funcionará. En adelante os planteo tres formas de solucionar este embrollo, primero una fácil y otras con un poco más de complicación. La vía fácil Se ve que si entras en Windows, renombras la unidad y vuelves a Mac OS X, todo parece que vuelva a la normalidad y habrás conseguido que al menos no se muestre ese molesto “Untitled”. The hard way o modo “Nightmare” La vía trilera o “God Mode”

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