You can add one signature to all messages automatically or create several and choose one when you compose a message.
To create a signature:
- choose Preferences from the Mail application menu and click Signatures
- select the signature you created and drag it to your account
- to add the signature automatically to every message, choose it from the Select Signature pop-up menu.
to choose a signature when you compose a message, select “Choose signature when composing email”.
You can create a PDF document of the document on Mac OS X.
To create a PDF document from Microsoft Word
i) Select File, Print…
ii) 2 ways to create a PDF document:
a) In the lower left corner of the Print dialog, click the Preview button which will create a temporary PDF document that will be opened in Apple’s Preview application which you can then save or print from:
b) OR, save the PDF directly from the Print dialog:
- Click the pop-up PDF button and select Save as PDF…
- Specify the name of the PDF document to save:
The process is now complete.
To create a compressed file, either Control-click on the file and choose Create Archive (which is Apple-speak for “make a compressed ZIP file”). Or you can click on a file, then go to the Action menu (the button that looks like a gear up in the Finder window’s toolbar), and choose Create Archive from there. Either way, it quickly creates a new file, with the file extension “.zip.” This is the compressed file. You can also compress several different files (like three, for example) into one single archive file — just Command-click (or Shift-click contiguous files) on all the files you want included, then choose Create Archive of X Items from the Action menu. A file will be created named “Archive.zip” (that’s it!). By the way, if someone sends you a ZIP file, don’t sweat it — just double-click it and Tiger will automatically decompress it.