macOS Sierra: Open programs from unidentified developers

Since upgrading to macOS Sierra, the option “Allow applications downloaded from Anywhere” is unavailable. For most users, this shouldn’t be a problem, but if you, like me, run the odd third-party application, this option being missing is kind of problematic.

Manage login items in Mac OS X

Last week, I showed you how to manage login items in Windows 8 and 10, and the week before that how to do so on Windows 7 and previous versions. This can be useful knowledge for Mac OS X, too. Here’s how:

Numbers: Limit number of decimal places shown

I use two productivity suites on a regular basis; Microsoft Office, and Apple Productivity Apps (formerly known as iWork), leaning towards the latter for most things. One of the things I do, is create spreadsheets with interdependencies, so that if I change one input, the output at the other end changes, too. One annoying thing about… Continue reading Numbers: Limit number of decimal places shown

How to print booklets from your Mac

As a voracious reader, I have, from time to time, a need to print long-ish documents. To avoid carrying more pages than I need, I like to print the document in Booklet format, saddle stapling them. Unlike Windows, there is not option to print in booklet format in Mac OS X.