Of Tips, Tweets, and David Pogue

11:35 AM, Mar. 29th, 2010 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley has several tips to share for Address Book users, and talks about David Pogue, Twitter, and David’s new book, The World According to Twitter.

Alive and Well From Macworld

3:21 PM, Feb. 12th, 2010 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Despite concerns that Macworld Expo 2010 wouldn't have the same energy as past years, the event seemed to hit the ground running. Nancy Gravley is one of The Mac Observer's on-location team, and she has a few thoughts to share on how the first expo day turned out.

Getting It Right With Numbers Templates

5:20 PM, Dec. 23rd, 2009 · · Computing with Bifocals

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In this installment of Computing With Bifocals, Nancy Carroll Gravley shows you how easy it is to work with templates in iWork's Numbers spreadsheet.

Mail, Address Book and iChat: Tips for Staying in Touch

10:15 AM, Nov. 18th, 2009 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Mac OS X includes a few applications that can help you stay in touch with friends, family and co-workers. Nancy Gravley culled her recently updated Mac tips book for some pointers for Mail, Address Book and iChat users.

A Kinder, Gentler Snow Leopard

9:00 AM, Nov. 4th, 2009 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Behind all of Snow Leopard's glamor and the "under the hood" changes, someone has paid attention to some of the little things as well -- such as simpler directions and basic terminology. Nancy Carroll Gravley shares some of the features she's found in Snow Leopard that are easier to use and understand.

Sharing Images with Mail and iChat

11:00 AM, Sep. 25th, 2009 · · Computing with Bifocals

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Nancy Carroll Gravley shares some great tips for sending high resolution images to friends and family, resending email messages, and annotating images quickly and easily so you can get back to checking out your photo collection.

Speech Recognition: Making Your Mac Listen to You

12:20 PM, Jul. 27th, 2009 · · Computing with Bifocals

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You can verbally direct your Mac to find a phone number, open an application, send an email, or insert text in a document.  Nancy Carroll Gravley gives you the how-to, along with some ideas on how to use speech recognition on your Mac.