The beginning of the year is a great time to clear out old documents and organize and create new folders for the new year.
In the physical world of filing, it’s easy to flip through papers and quickly know whether to keep them or toss them. If you haven’t been as diligent with naming your documents on your computer, this task can seem overwhelming.
Here’s a short video with two great tips to make sorting and filing much easier on your Mac.
Be sure to print out the PDF on the site so you also have written directions to follow.
And if you’d like more great tips and strategies for working smarter with your Mac, join Ruth Davis for a free webinar on January 30, 2013.
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Ruth Davis began working with Apple computers as a salesperson at a Phoenix-based computer store in 1985. She founded Mac to School in May of 1986 because customers at the store kept asking for training, and no one in town was providing the service.
Since then, Ruth has helped thousands of people learn how to use and love their Macs, iPhones and iPads. She has been a certified member of Apple’s Consultants Network since its inception in 2003 and maintains a close relationship with her local Apple Store personnel.
Ruth specializes in helping entrepreneurs feel confident with using technology so that they can focus on the heart of the business.
Whether you know a little or a lot, Ruth helps you understand and use your technology so that you can spend less time being frustrated and more time doing what you love.
Ruth also leads workshops and retreats that help women reconnect with their hearts to do more of what they love and manifest big shifts in their lives. Her weekly blog Heart Sparks is filled with stories of encouragement and inspiration.
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