Posting a note in Stickies


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Posting a note in Stickies

I'm not a particularly tidy person, but the one sloppy habit I simply can't develop, is slathering my monitor with sticky notes. Fortunately, thanks to Mountain Lion's Stickies, I don't need to. There's Stickies, and you see by default, two sticky notes. And this is basically Apple's way of saying, "Hey, here's how you use Stickies," but you don't need to read it because I'm going to tell you how to. As its name implies, Stickies is an application for creating virtual sticky notes. So, let's make a new one. I'll press Command+N, and there's my sticky, and all I have to do is just type into it, and there is my note.

If you like, you can change the font, and Show Fonts, and this gives you all the font selections that you have in any application. You can also add links, click Okay, and there you have a live link. You don't have to include just text. You can drag image files, including PDFs, into a sticky note, and you can also copy ...

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Posting a note in Stickies provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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