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If you don't want any borders, create a custom paper size and change paper size to 0 as shown below: Name your custom paper size, use it and create PDF.


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Just like you would with a Google search, use the double quotes operator to tell Preview the result must be an exact match. In your case, for example, typing "formation water" should yield the desired result.


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Please let Apple know about this regression in Preview.app's behaviour in OS X 10.10. If you have an Apple Developer ID, you can also report this via bugreporter.apple.com.


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I just tested this. Clicking the Arrow tool does indeed simply add an arrow instead of having you drag it out first. I rarely if ever use the Annotate toolbar, so I am certain I have not made any changes that would have caused this. More likely, the upgrade to Yosemite changed how this tool works.


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You can try below steps: In System Preference > Printers & Scanners, press Control and click the printer and click Reset Printing System. This will remove all your printers. Go to Utilities and open Disk Utility. Click Macintosh HD in the left panel and then click Repair Disc Permissions in the right panel. Restart your computer. Re-install your ...


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This answer is coming a lot later, but I had to figure this out for myself. Go to where Writer is located Go to where Writer is located. /Applications/ Right click and show package contents Enter Library Delete QuickLook Restart your computer or enter into command line qlmanage -r


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An App Preview is an optional short video demonstrating your app. Your app may have one App Preview per device. The specifications for App Previews are given in App Preview Properties. Source: developer.apple.com


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For those still looking for this answer, a simple reboot did the trick for me.


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Instead of rebooting, you can simply enter "killall quicklookd" in Terminal. That fixed it.


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Not in a copy/pasteable format, but if you right-click the file name in TextEdit or Preview, it will show the path as a graphical hierarchy. Copy/pasteable would be Get Info on the file from the Finder, I guess. Depending on the target application you can also just drag the icon from the application, e.g. into Terminal.



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