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Easy: Change & Print Microsoft Word Document Background Color – Mac OS X

Easy: Change & Print Microsoft Word Document Background Color – Mac OS X

You can change the background color of a Microsoft Word document (for Mac) to any color you want and print it. Follow these steps (latest version of Microsoft Word).   Click the Design tab. Select Page Color and a color to apply to your Word Document.  * In order to PRINT your Word Document with a background color, follow the steps...

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Install This Update as Soon as Possible – Apple Security Update 2017-001 - MacOS High Sierra

Install This Update as Soon as Possible – Apple Security Update 2017-001 - MacOS High Sierra

Apple released an important security update for Mac OS High Sierra (10.13) which allowed anyone to login a Mac running Mac OS High Sierra with administrator rights and without needing a password. Apple also printed bold text with this update (this is the first time this has been noticed with an Apple update – install this...

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Why: The Package was Signed with a Certificate That Has Expired – Mac OS X

Why: The Package was Signed with a Certificate That Has Expired – Mac OS X

If you attempt to install a Mac OS X application package, you may receive a warning about the package certificate is expired.   The package was signed with a certificate that has expired. If you acquired this package recently, it may not be authentic. Do you want to continue with the installation anyway?   Generally, a...

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Fix: Could Not Load Security & Privacy Preference Pane – Mac OS X

Fix: Could Not Load Security & Privacy Preference Pane – Mac OS X

Did you attempt to open Security & Privacy in Mac OS X System Preferences but get an error that the preference pane could not load?   Preferences Error Could not load Security & Privacy preference pane.     Review recently installed software. A piece of software you installed may be overriding the Security & Privacy preference...

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Mac OS X Sierra (10.12 and 10.13) Firewall Logs Empty / Not Showing?

Mac OS X Sierra (10.12 and 10.13) Firewall Logs Empty / Not Showing?

There is growing concern online about Mac OS X built-in firewall logs not showing up if you enabled the Mac OS X built-in firewall (System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Firewall). The Mac OS X firewall log is located in Utilities -> Console in /var/log/appfirewall.log.   You can confirm firewall logging is enabled on your...

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