AppleWorks 6, Systems up to 10.3.5, general trouble-shooting of hardware and some software.
In years past I taught computer K-8 and helped maintain Macs using sytems 7 and 8. Since 2001, I have not been working with computers daily, aside from doing my own work. I dabble in helping people out and enjoy the challenge of trying to figure out answers to your problems. Systems 7, 8, 9 and 10 are all in my repertoire now, at various levels of expertise. Please, NO networking questions.
|Stephen Cheshier||12/02/16||10||10||10||Debba did a great job being patient .....|
|Julia||02/27/16||10||10||10||Thanks for your excellent advice. Julia.|
|Frank||12/15/15||10||10||10||Thanks, Debbie! Simple, but then I'm computer .....|
|Steve Cheshier||10/14/15||10||10||10||This expert is fabulous! She went out .....|
|James||07/25/15||10||10||10||Hello I answered and thanked DEBBA TWICE .....|
Stephen, sorry I've been so long. I didn't forget you but I'm up to my eyeballs with urgent tasks that are consuming all of my time. Because it sound like your computer was hacked, I think your best
Stephen, Do you have your disks for Office 2011? While we could try to go step by step and delete Microsoft preferences, (which I'm happy to help you with should you decide to go that direction), my
Julia, I JUST asked this same question on an Apple Forum! How timely. You are correct - not much out there to protect Macs. Now, because you are on an older system, it MIGHT be an issue, but I have
Hi, Frank, First off, you must have the flash drive in the port when you empty the trash. That could be your mistake. If that doesn't solve your problem, I would reformat using Disk Utility. Let
FANTASTIC, Steve! Such good news. So many things on Macs are fixed by a restart! God bless those simple solutions. Regarding El Capitan and program issues --- I already knew I was going to have an