Archive for November 20th, 2015

by Tom Nelson

Keeping track of all of the documents on your Mac can be a difficult task; remembering file names or file contents is even more difficult. And if you haven’t accessed the document it’s in recently, you may not remember where you stored a particular piece of valuable data.


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Luckily, Apple provides Spotlight, a pretty fast search system for the Mac. Spotlight can search on file names, as well as the contents of files.

It can also search on keywords or metadata associated with a file. How do you create keywords for files? I’m glad you asked.

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