Link Vaccination Certificate to Service Victoria app on Your iPhone

Soon everyone will need to prove their vaccination status to enter some business premises. This can be done in multiple ways. We will cover the best way for an iPhone which is to link the certificate from the Medicare Express Plus app with the Service Victoria app. This means you can prove you have checked-in and are vaccinated by scanning the QR code. Easy.

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Universal Word Count

Sometimes when we write we need to know how many words or characters we are writing. There might be word limits on an assignment submission or we just want to control the size of what is being written. Some software have a word count tool. Some software doesn’t. This universal word count can be used in TextEdit and Notes or anywhere that text can be selected.

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AUSOM News on an iPad

Do you find the text within AUSOM News too small on your iPad? Reading it within Safari or if you are reading it within the Books app you will initially be faced with a full page with text that may be too small.

One way of enlarging the area within most of the 2-column articles is to double-tap on the area you would like to expand.

In the image above double-tap in the area circled results in the image below.

A double-tap on the ‘expanded’ screen will take you back to a full-page view.

If the double-tap method does not work you may need to place two fingers on the screen near each other. Spread them apart to zoom in, or move them toward each other to zoom out.

Magnifier in Preview (macOS)

While reading AUSOM News on your Mac you might need to quickly magnify part of the screen.

Move your cursor to the paragraph you want to read and either choose “Show Magnifier” from the Tools menu, or simply press the ` (backtick) key.

 

 

 

You can move the magnified area or press the backtick key again to hide the magnifier.

 

This is not only useful for reading PDF documents.

You might like to try this when looking at one of your photographs within Preview. 

Read even more in the July edition of AUSOM News available here.