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Next to the “To Do” feature in “Mail”, is “Notepad”. Click on the icon to easily write “sticky” notes (they’re even yellow like the sticky pads you buy). The note is saved to a folder in Mail. You can add a file or picture, change fonts, colors, email it with the attachments, and even add it to your To Do list in which case it will show up in your calendar.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Another great feature of the Mail application is the "To Do" Button. Just click on it and write your To Do, and Presto! Not only do you have it on a list right in your mail program, but it also shows up in the To Do list on your Calendar in iCal. When you check it off as completed, both “Mail” and “iCal” are updated.
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Apple "Mail" has some neat new features. Receive an email with an invitation to a party? You want to check your schedule on iCal to see if you can make it. Instead of having to open iCal, you can access it right from "Mail". Move your pointer over the date to reveal a small triangle to its right, click on it. A small menu opens, you can add the event right to your calendar or just go to the date in iCal.
Want easy to follow steps for some of Mail's features? Check them out here.
Friday, February 5, 2010
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Read something and want more information about it? Maybe you were just reading something in a email, or in an article on the web. Just right click on the word (No right click? Press the "control" key, then click) to open a small menu that gives you various choices, including one to "Search in Google". Click on it, and your browser will open to a search page. Works anywhere you can select text. It even works on PC's. Highlight a whole phrase, then right click on it for the command to search the phrase.