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You don’t have to consider yourself a Power User to use Automator.  I’ve written a handful of posts in the past regarding this little-known – yet powerful – Mac app.  Here’s a great example of how you can, with just a couple clicks, create a custom Service that allows you to batch rename…(Read More)

With the addition of the new, high-quality voices in Mac OS X Lion, an idea on how to best implement these new features jumped into my head – why not use Automator to create custom, high-quality narrations?  For those of us who don’t feature a rich, enticing set of pipes to create entrancing…(Read More)

In a previous post, I detailed some various ways of using Automator to enhance your productivity and efficiency in the Mac environment.  One of the built-in workflows shipped with every Mac is Automator’s Print Plugin for Saving a PDF to iPhoto – a great tool for taking a document on your computer, converting it…(Read More)

I’ve been on an Automator kick lately.  Automator’s been a standard part of Mac OSX for a few generations now, and it’s been a part of my workflow for awhile, too.  I’m just now starting to go to it first when I’m working on a project and realize I have…(Read More)