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Greatest useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Every Mac User
Keyboard shortcuts plays a significant role in the turbulent schedule and demanding as it not only helps you work more proficiently, but also save a lot of time you can use it in other works in the office or Home. Learn keyboard shortcut appears quite problematic or little unnecessary, but it is value it.
Whenever moving the keyboard to the mouse to perform any action takes milliseconds of time, but adds a bit throughout the day actually. If you are a Mac user, then there are hundreds of keyboard shortcuts for Mac applications that include shortcuts, Finder shortcuts, shortcuts the system, mission control shortcuts and more. If you do not know where to head to find these keys, this is the place for you.
App Commands key
To open a dialog or a file to open
To open a new document or window
Minimize the front window to the Dock.
In order to minimize all the windows of front app, just click Command-Option-M.
To save the current document.
To print the current document
Closes the front window.
In order to close all the widows, press Command-Option-W.
To quit the current app.
This shortcut is used to switch apps. This will switch the most recently used apps among the open apps.
Used for Preferences. It open the preferences of the front app.
This shortcut is used or switch windows. It switch the next most recent window of the front app.
Screenshot shortcut, takes screenshot of the entire screen.
Text Editing Shortcuts keys
Used for Copy and it copy the selected item to clipboard. You can also use this for files in Finder section.
Used for cut and it removes the selected item and copy it to clipboard.
It is used for undo the previous command. You can perform multiple undo and redo commands in several applications. For Undo, press Command+Shift+Z.
Used for Paste. It pastes the content of clipboard to the desired location pointed by you into the current document or application.
Choose the boot disk.
Run Diagnostics via Net.
Target Disk Mode
Recovery Mode via Net
Enables single user mode.
Document Shortcuts keys
Italicize the selected text or turn on or off the italics.
Boldface the selected text or you can even turn boldfacing on or off.
Underline the selected text or turns on or off the underlining.
Delete the word from the left of the insertion point.
Select Desktop folder and save Dialog.
Display the spelling and grammar window.
Show or hide the definition of the selected word.
Find misspelled words in the current document.
Delete the character from the right of the insertion point.
Delete the character from the left of the insertion point.
Delete the text between the insertion point and the end of the line of the end of paragraph.
Forward delete on keyboards or you can simply use Control-D.
Scroll down one page.
Scroll up one page
Scroll to the end of the document.
Scroll to the beginning of the current document.
Move the insertion point to the beginning of the document.
Move the insertion point to the beginning of the current line.
Move the insertion point to the end of the document.
Move the insertion point to the end of the next word.
Move the insertion point to the end of next word.
Move the insertion point to the beginning of the previous point.
Power Shortcuts key
Puts display screen to sleep
Force Mac to restart
Quits all the apps and then restart Mac. For any open document, it will ask to first save the documents.
Log out of current OS X user account and it will ask you to confirm.
Quits all the apps and shut down Mac. For any open document, it will first ask to save the unsaved changes.
Log out of your OS X user account immediately without asking for your confirmation.