MY NAME WAS RICKY
I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm an Apple fan. I love their products and I really love my 2007 desktop iMac. It was the first of the aluminum line that Apple started way back then. I can just sit there and stare at it. Guess I'm weired that way.
Having said that, Apple is not known for it's great documentation. They deliver new features in each software update but don't come right out and tell you how to use or access those features.
Take the last OS X update, 10.11.4. It allows you to password protect your notes but, unless you search for it, they don't tell you how. I've had a few friends and work associates ask me how you do this. So I'm here to show you how you can now password protect your notes in the Notes app of OS X. You must have at least OS X version 10.11.4 in order to password protect Notes.
Their are a few caveats though that you should be aware of:
My name is Gary Janssen, aka "Ricky". I'm a husband, father and first time blogger. I write about family & life, my favorite sports teams, TV shows and movies, my Apple Mac and my home town of Niagara Falls.