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  • Jun 03, 2019  San Jose, California — Apple today previewed macOS Catalina, the latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, packed with cool new features, fresh new apps and powerful new technology for developers.With macOS Catalina, Apple is replacing iTunes with its popular entertainment apps — Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and the Apple TV app.
  • Your Mac OS X has files that use permissions to decide which services and apps can access these files. As your Mac gets older, permission errors show up, which in turn, can freeze and crash your Mac OS X. Fix: Repair disk permissions. You can use the Disk Utility application to fix conflicting permissions.

Mark up PDFs

Use the markup toolbar in Preview to add text and comments, sign documents, highlight text, and more. To show the markup toolbar, click the Show Markup Toolbar button at the top of the window, or choose View > Show Markup Toolbar.

Add text

In most PDFs, you can simply click a text field, then type to enter text in the field.

This document is for HP printers and the HP Smart app for Mac. The scanned document or image displays on the Preview window. Adjust the border, rotate, crop, or straighten the image, and then click Apply. Click Add Pages to add pages to your scan job, and then print, save, or share the scan.

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If you can't add text to a field, use a text box instead:

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  • Click the Text button in the markup toolbar, or choose Tools > Annotate > Text.
  • To show font, size, and color options for text in a text box, click the Text Style button in the markup toolbar.
  • To move the text box, just drag it.

Highlight text

To turn highlight mode on or off, click the Highlight button in the toolbar. When highlight mode is on, highlights appear when you select text.

  • To change the highlight color or switch to strikethrough or underline, click next to the Hightlight button , then choose an option.
  • To remove a highlight, Control-click the text, then choose Remove Highlight.

Add notes

To add a note, click the Note button in the markup toolbar, or choose Tools > Annotate > Note.

  • To close the note, click outside the note box. You can move notes anywhere on the document.
  • To open a note, click the note box.
  • To see all notes and highlights, choose View > Highlights and Notes.

Add your signature

  1. Click the Sign button in the markup toolbar, or choose Tools > Annotate > Signature.
  2. Click Create Signature, then choose whether to use your trackpad, built-in camera, or iOS device to create a signature:
    • Click Trackpad, then use your trackpad to sign your name with your finger. If you have a Force Touch trackpad, you can press harder on the trackpad to sign with a darker line. After you sign your name, press any key on the keyboard.
    • Click Camera, then sign your name on white paper and hold it up to the camera. Your Mac will automatically scan the signature and show it in the Camera window.
    • Click iPhone (or iPad or iPod touch), then sign your name on your device's screen when prompted. Learn more about using iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch to sketch in or mark up documents.
  3. Click Done.
  4. Choose your signature to add it to the document. You can move and resize it anywhere on the document.

Edit images

  • Crop: Drag to select the crop area, then choose Tools > Crop.
  • Rotate: Choose Tools > Rotate Left or Rotate Right.
  • Adjust color: Choose Tools > Adjust Color, then drag a slider to make an adjustment.
  • Adjust size: Choose Tools > Adjust Size, enter the desired dimensions, then click OK.
  • Get quick access to edit controls: Click the Show Markup Toolbar button at the top of the window.

Share and export

  • To share your file, click the Share button , or choose File > Share. Then choose an option.
  • To save your document or image in a different format, choose File > Export, choose a format, then click Save.

Learn more

If you've encountered a problem with macOS, the solution might be to reinstall the system on your Mac. This can be done by any Mac owner, but it can be a little bit complicated. You'll need to put your Mac into macOS Recovery, which gives you tools to diagnose problems on your Mac, as well as reinstall the operating system.

Here's how to reinstall macOS using Recovery mode.

Entering macOS Recovery

macOS Recovery has tools at its disposal that allow you to diagnose problems with your Mac's hard drive, reinstall macOS, and restore from a Time Machine backup. You can enter Recovery by pressing certain key combinations. The combination you choose will determine which version of macOS will be installed on your system when you select Reinstall macOS.

  • Press Command - R to install the latest version of macOS that was installed on your Mac without installing a later version.
  • Press Options - Command - R to upgrade to the latest version of macOS that's compatible with your Mac.
  • Press Shift - Option - Command - R to install the version of macOS that came with your Mac, or the version closest to it that's still available.

How to check your startup disk with Disk Utility in macOS Recovery mode

The first thing you'll want to do is make sure your Mac's startup disk is healthy. You'll need to use Disk Utility to do that.

  1. Click Disk Utility when in macOS Recovery.
  2. Click Continue.
  3. Click on your Mac's startup drive in the Disk Utility sidebar. It should be the drive at the top of the sidebar if there are multiple drives.
  4. Click First Aid.
  5. Click Run. First Aid will run, checking the health of your Mac's drive. This process could take a little while.
  6. Click Done.
  7. Click Disk Utility in the Menu bar.
  8. Click Quit Disk Utility.

How to erase your startup disk in macOS Recovery mode

If you need to start completely fresh, then you'll want to erase your startup disk using Disk Utility. If you want the content on your Mac to stay intact, skip to the next section.

  1. Click on your startup disk in the Disk Utility sidebar.
  2. Click Erase.
  3. Click the Format drop-down menu.
  4. Click on the format you want to use for your drive. If you're running macOS High Sierra or later on a Mac with an SSD, your choices will be some form of APFS.
  5. Click Erase. Your drive will proceed to be erased.

How to reinstall macOS while in Recovery mode

The next step is to reinstall macOS.

  1. Click Reinstall macOS.
  2. Click Continue.
  3. Click Continue.
  4. Click Agree.
  5. Click Agree.
  6. Click on the drive on which you wish to install macOS.
  7. Enter your Apple ID and password if you're asked to, though you might not be.
  8. Click Install.

Your Mac will now go through the normal macOS installation process, eventually restarting. If you're starting from scratch, you'll need to set up your Mac from scratch.

Questions?

If you have any more questions about reinstalling macOS on your Mac, let us know in the comments.

Updated December 2019: Everything is up to date through macOS Catalina.

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