Question about MAC Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MAC/QuarkXpress files
If you highlight (one click) one of the Quark, JPEG or Word files, when you are on the desktop and then go to File - Get Info a window should open for the file you selected.
In the Info window about halfway down there should be the text "Opens with", in here you can select the application to open your document (most applications should be found in the Applications folder)
Also if you press the Change All button this will set the files to open up in the selected application the next time you click on one.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Here is the guide from macrumors.com personally I recommend the vlc player. I have OS 10 and it works great. Your problem stems from the fact that OS10 has no player that recognizes avi files. Quicktime won't play them. This guide will tell you everything you need to know. If you need more help just let me know.
Posted on May 09, 2009
SOURCE: Cannot compress a PDF
I assume you have tried the "reduce filesize" command. Try opening the file in Preview and print it - in the print dialog box select the pdf button, type a name and print. You get a file in the location you selected. This can reduce the size considerably.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
If an Installation Package (not an application) is written with a 10.5 requirement, it will not install on anything other than 10.5. That does not mean for certain that the software won't run on 10.4, only that the developer put in a 10.5 requirement for the installation package.
Right click on the installation package and select "show package contents". Then open the "Contents" folder in there. There should be an "Archive" file in there, like "archive.pax.gz". See if you can open that. It should contain the actual software. I can't guarantee it will work on 10.4, but it might. If it doesn't, you'll really need to find a version built for 10.4
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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