Managing iMovie Libraries and Files (#998)

Managing iMovie Libraries and Files (#998)

http://macmost.com/e-998 iMovie version 10 uses a new system for storing clips and projects. It is very easy to be able to create and use multiple iMovie libraries and move items between them. You can store archived projects in libraries, and even spread your projects across multiple hard drives. Youtube

Using iMovie Markers (#992)

Using iMovie Markers (#992)

http://macmost.com/e-992 Markers are a simple tool in iMovie that allow you to create points in your video where the playback head and other elements will snap. You can use them to mark places to add things later, or to let you easily line up overlays, titles or other elements. You can add markers while the…

Creating Photo Slideshows With Keynote (#991)

Creating Photo Slideshows With Keynote (#991)

http://macmost.com/e-991 While you can use a variety of tools to create basic slideshows, Keynote may be the most powerful tool for quickly creating interesting photo slideshows. You can instantly create a slideshow by dragging and dropping photos from the Finder into the thumbnail list in Keynote. You can then add transitions, text, shapes and other…

Using Text Columns In Pages (#990)

Using Text Columns In Pages (#990)

http://macmost.com/e-990 You can set your text to appear in one, two or more columns. Using multiple columns can make it easier to include elements like photos in your documents. You can flow your text between different numbers of columns on a single page, but it can be trickily to implement. Youtube

Using Autofill In Numbers (#989)

Using Autofill In Numbers (#989)

http://macmost.com/e-989 Numbers can automatically fill in cells for you if you want to repeat a value, or create a sequence. You can use Autofill to add a set of sequential numbers or dates to cells. You can also have the cells follow a pattern. If you are using tables properly, formulas included in cells will…

Searching For Files With the Finder (#987)

Searching For Files With the Finder (#987)

http://macmost.com/e-987 You can use the Finder’s search function to find files by content or name. You can further narrow the field by adding more search criteria, like file type and date. You can also save searches as Smart Folders that will automatically update to show you the latest results for specific criteria as the files…

Using the IF Function In Numbers (#984)

Using the IF Function In Numbers (#984)

http://macmost.com/e-984 Learn how to use the IF function to perform calculations in Numbers. IF is an important function to learn if you want to graduate to creating more advanced spreadsheets. You can use it to test a value in one cell and return two different values depending on the results of that test. Also learn…