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QTIP: Sync your notes

Posted on April 20th, 2017

Simple text apps do the job. You want to dash off the grocery list on your desktop at home or work so it will sync to your mobile device before you arrive at the store. Try one of these apps.Mac OS XiOSWindowsAndroidChrome OSNotes👍👍Google Drive👍...

QTIP: Keep it simple...

Posted on April 5th, 2017

"…I asked the boy for a few kind words He gave me a novel instead" - Madeleine Peyroux Have you ever needed to quickly type something only to lose the thought while Microsoft Word ponderously booted up — then stopped to download and install updat...

Microsoft: Phishers unleash simple but effective social engineering techniques using PDF attachments

Posted on January 26th, 2017

From Microsoft | TechNet Microsoft Malware Protection Blog posted January 26, 2017 The Gmail phishing attack is reportedly so effective that it tricks even technical users, but it may be just the tip of the iceberg. We’re seeing similarly simple ...

MACWORLD: Reasons to love TextEdit, a secret powerhouse of rich text

Posted on February 8th, 2016

A utility that dates back before OS X to Next operating systems still delivers a punch for handling text formats and converting one to another. By MacWorld Senior Contributor, Feb 8, 2016 3:00 AM PT Poor little TextEdit! Despite having a rich...

QTIP: Don't Rely on the Open Recent menu

Posted on March 19th, 2015

Avoid relying on Word’s Open Recent menu to reopen files. Recently opened files listed may be similarly named temporary files containing unsaved changes rather than the actual file you expect. Recent files listed may also have been saved to a fla...

Quentin Leo Company

QTIPS blog posts are about information technology and how you can use it to better navigate your business, personal and digital life.