We run a Q&A section in our monthly meetings where anyone can ask a question and there is always someone around to answer it. As of this month we will be repeating those questions and answers to those questions, on this website.
Four questions this month:
- How do you create templates in Microsoft Word for Mac?
- How do you add names to people in photos in iPhoto?
- Are iPads unlocked for use with any SIM?
- I’m running Microsoft Office for Mac 2008 under Snow Leopard. if I upgrade to Mountain Lion will it still work?
Q. How do you create templates in Microsoft Word for Mac?
A. Here are some step by step instructions for versions 2004, 2008 and 2011
- Create a new document or open the document you want to use as a template. Format it as required.
- Click File -> Save As then enter a name for your template and choose Document/Word Template from the Format drop-down menu.
- The file is saved with a .dot/.dotx extension and will appear in the Project Gallery under the My Templates section.
Q. How do you add names to people in photos in iPhoto?
A. Tested on iPhoto 11 Version 9.4.2 (710.42):
- Open the photo
- At bottom right of the window click Info, then Top Right click Faces and then Click Add a Face
- Click the centre of the grid
- Drag the Grid and resize over the face, then give it a name.
- As you add ‘Faces’ you will build a ‘Faces’ Library in the Left Panel. To see these faces click Faces under ‘Library’ and all your Faces will be displayed on the cork board.
Q. Are iPads unlocked for use with any SIM?
A. Apple sells the iPad unlocked. However there have been cases where people have bought the iPad through a carrier and these have turned out to be locked - in some cases the customer has paid full price for the iPad whereas in other cases the customer has bought the iPad at a reduced price and signed up to a contract for data with the carrier.
The best thing to do is to buy directly from Apple.
Q. I’m running Microsoft Office for Mac 2008 under Snow Leopard. if I upgrade to Mountain Lion will it still work?
A. In short, the answer is a resounding “Yes”. However we recommend you read the information in the following link in case you run into any problems: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2732651