13 Writing Tools That Come With Your Mac

If you use your Mac to write, then here are some tools that can help, including ways to outline, keep notes, check spelling, look up words, collaborate, and much more.

Comments: 7 Responses to “13 Writing Tools That Come With Your Mac”

    John Jung
    3 weeks ago

    i have high sierra and under Accessibility there is no “voice control” option, only dictation and voiceover. i avoid Dictation, which occasionally pops up even though I did not activate it.

    3 weeks ago

    John: Voice Control was added after High Sierra.

    Margaret
    3 weeks ago

    Hi Gary, this was a good reminder of some of the accessibility features of speech etc but covered rather quickly. I know many solutions have been shown in other videos but would like to suggest a tutorial for people finding their sight is not as good as it used to be – perhaps a basic one to start with followed by something more advanced later.
    Thanks
    Margaret

    Jeff
    3 weeks ago

    The grammar checker also failed to note that “who” should be “whom” in the sentence “Remember whom you are typing for.”

    3 weeks ago

    Jeff: Yes, that’s what I was saying: “So here you can see it didn’t catch any grammar errors.”

    Robert
    3 weeks ago

    Hi Gary, thanks for another useful video. You mentioned third party grammar checkers. Are there any you could recommend, please? (I am using Grammarly, it told me I should put the comma after recommended). I an concerned that Grammarly might be harvesting my information.

    3 weeks ago

    Robert: Sorry, I haven’t tried any so I can’t recommend one.

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