To add an emoji in Mail with macOS Mojave: • open a new message and type a few words,• position the cursor is within the body of the email, where you would like the emoji to appear,• click the ‘smiley face’ icon near the top right of the toolbar. For more information see AUSOM News … Continue reading Emoji in Mail
The tiny icons on the Toolbar (especially in the Mail app) can be confusing. Does your Toolbar look like this? Read AUSOM News, December 2018 for details to assist you to add descriptions to each of the icons on the Toolbar.
At the last meeting of AUSOM a member found the first letter in any Mail message was no longer a 'Capital'. He moved to Pages and the same thing happened. What had changed? He found that 'Capitalize words automatically' had been 'unticked'. Locate this option in System Preferences > Keyboard
If you want to open the Preferences in Safari, Mail, Pages... try holding down the Command key and press the comma key. The screenshot below shows Preferences... followed by Command Comma. If you want to learn more about keyboard shortcuts it is worth looking carefully at the symbols shown each time you select a menu … Continue reading Keyboard Shortcut for ‘Open Preferences’ – macOS
If you are about to send a photo or image using Mail you may notice that it would be more useful if part of it was emphasised in some way? There is no need to go back to Photos (iOS) or Preview (Mac). You can select Markup (top right of the image) and added a … Continue reading Use Markup within Mail