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Often-Used Mac OS X Shortcuts for Laptops Table of ContentsTopicOften used Mac OS X Command (

Page) +Alpha Shortcuts For Office 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 6

Mac OS X Laptop F-key Shortcuts (All Applications) Mac OS X Office Shortcuts With the Laptop Function (fn) Key Laptop Function (fn)+(Keystroke) for Converting to Numeric Keypad Other Common Mac OS X Shortcuts For Office Mac OS X Command ( ) +Alpha Shortcuts For Entourage

Other Common Mac OS X Shortcuts For Entourage Mac OS X Command (

) +Alpha Shortcuts For Various Applications ) +Button Shortcuts 7 8 9

Common Mac OS Command (

Mac OS X One, Two, or Three-Button Shortcuts/Keystrokes Mac OS X Shortcuts for the Dock Commonly Used Mac OS X Symbols 11

NOTE: Applications such as Dreamweaver, Flash, iTunes, Inspiration, SmartBaord, GarageBand, iMovie, iPhoto, iWeb, iLive, ComicLife, MailMerge, etc. and specific Office functions such as columns and outline contain application-specific shortcuts which are not listed in this document.

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Often used Mac OS X Command (Shortcuts For Office+A +B +C +D +E +F +G +H +I Italic +J +K +L +M +N Justify Text Insert hyperlink Text align left Minimize Window New page, doc or email Men Select All Bold Copy Change font Text align center Find Go to or Guides(ppt) Hide Get Information or +O +P +Q +R +S +T +U +V +X +Y +Z

)+AlphaOpen doc/app Print (skip print menu) Quit current app Text align right Save Move left margin right Underline Paste Cut Redo Undo Preferences

+ W Close window

+(,) comma Opens + (/) slash Opens Help

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Mac OS X F-key Laptop Shortcuts (All Applications)F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 Decrease screen Increase screen brightness Mute Lower volume Increase volume Lock number keys External/Internal screen2

F8 F9

Select text by steps Expos for all open (Panther and newer)

brightness

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F11 Expos to reveal desktop

F12 Dashboard (Tiger only)BACK TO INDEX

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Mac OS X Office Laptop Shortcuts with the Function (fn) KeyFn+F1 Fn+F2 Fn+F4 Fn+F5 Fn+F7 Fn+F8 Fn+F9 Undo cut paste go to spelling select text by steps Expos for all Fn+F11 Fn+F12 Fn+F10 windows (Panther and newer) Expos for all windows in selected application Expos to reveal desktop Dashboard (Tiger only)

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Function+(Keystroke) for Converting Laptop Keys to Numeric KeypadThe function (fn) key can be used for temporary usage of the numeric keypad. For continuous use, press the num lock (F6) key. Fn+M Fn+J Fn+K Fn+L Fn+U Fn+I Fn+O Fn+7 5 6 7BACK TO INDEX

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Fn+8 Fn+9 Fn+(/) Fn+(;) Fn+(-) Fn+P Fn+(.)

8 9 + (add) - (subtract) = (equals) * (multiply) . (decimal)

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Other Mac OS X Shortcuts For Office+shift+H Attributes +option+L +shift+P +shift+S Entire Word +right arrow +left arrow +1 +6 +8 + (-)minus Move curser to end of current line Move curser to start of current line Format Cells (Excel) Open New Workbook (Excel) Show Outline Symbols (Excel) Add Current Date to Cell (Excel) Suggested spellings Insert various symbols Move curser left one word Move curser right one word Move curser up one line Move curser down one line Select rectangular area (noncontiguous) Selection copy text Extend selection by segmented amounts Select then move text Select text, wrapping to word ends Select text, wrapping to paragraph ends Insert various symbols Spelling View Project Gallery Save As +option+M +option+R +option+W New Paragraph Thesaurus Close All windows Delete Find and Replace +option+I Show

+option+esc Force quit

+option+G

+ (;)semicolon Add Current Time to Cell (Excel) ctrl+click (on misspelled word) option+(keyboard stroke) option+left arrow option+right arrow option+up arrow option+down arrow option+drag option+drag shift+any of the above highlight+click then drag double-click then drag triple-click then drag option+shift+(keyboard stroke)

shift+select text with mouse Add to selection (contiguous) +select text with mouse Add to selection (noncontiguous) +option+drag Add rectangular area to selection 5Prepared by Richard Feay, Lead Coach Integrating Math and Science Through Technology

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Mac OS X Command+Alpha Shortcuts For Entourage+A +B +C +E +F +G +H +I +J +K Select All Bold (+ E) Copy Add Attachments Find Go to Hide Folder Properties Forward (message) Send & Receive All or Insert hyperlink +L Refresh Message List +M +N +O +P +Q +R +S +T +U +V +X +Y +Z Minimize Window New Mail Message Open (Email) Print (skip print menu) Quit current (open) app Reply (to message) Save (as Draft) Mark as Read Underline Paste Cut Redo Undo

+ W Close

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Other Common Mac OS X Shortcuts For Entourage+shift+R Reply to all +shift+T +shift+J Mark as Unread Mark as Junk Flag 6Prepared by Richard Feay, Lead Coach Integrating Math and Science Through Technology

+option+R Reply to Sender +option+T Mark All as Unread +delete Move to Trash

+ ()(apostrophe)

+ (=) (equal)

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Mac OS X Command ( )+Alpha Shortcuts For Various Applications+A +B +C +D +E +F +G +H +I +J +K +L +M Select All Browser Bookmarks Copy Duplicate Eject Find (none) Scroll open apps Get Information Show View Options Connect to Server Make Alias Minimize +N +O +P +Q +R +S +T +U +V +X +Y +Z New Finder Window Open Print Quit current (open) app Show Original Save Add to Sidebar (none) Paste Cut Redo UndoBACK TO INDEX

+ W Close Window

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Common Mac OS X Command+Button Shortcuts+(?) +delete +shift+3 +shift+4 +shift+ctrl+3 clipboard +shift ctrl+4 clipboard +shift+Q +shift+option+Q +ctrl+eject +option+ctrl+eject +tab +shift+tab c +(`)(apostrophe) +shift+(`)(apostrophe) +space Log out Log out without confirmation Restart Shut down Cycle through open applications Cycle backwards through open applications Cycle between open windows in the open application Cycle between open windows in the selected application in reverse direction Activate Spotlight (Tiger) or switch between keyboard layouts (pre-Tiger systems) com +option+ctrl ,(comma) Decrease the screen contrast com +option+ctrl .(period) com +option+8 com +option+(=)equal com +option+(+)plus +option+D c +option+eject +shift+N +option+N Increase the screen contrast Turn screen zooming on or off Zoom in (if screen zooming is on) Zoom out Hide/unhide dock Sleep now New Folder New Smart Folder 9Prepared by Richard Feay, Lead Coach Integrating Math and Science Through Technology

Help Eject or Delete file Take picture of entire screen save to desktop Take picture of part of screen save to desktop Take picture of entire screen store on Take picture of part of screen store on

+option+ctrl+8 com +1 +2 +3 +shift+(?)

Invert the screen colors View options as Icons View options as Lists View options as Columns (add to Del.icio.us bookmarks when installed)BACK TO INDEX

Mac OS X One, Two, or Three-Button Shortcuts/Keystrokes+(spacebar) Show or hide Spotlight search field

+option+(spacebar) Show or hide Spotlight search window spacebar (when dragging file onto folder) Open folder ctrl+F4 ctrl+shift+F4 ctrl+F8 Ctrl+esc Cycle between open windows in all applications Cycle between open windows in all applications in reverse direction Open Internet Connect Hide and show Front RowBACK TO INDEX

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Mac OS X Shortcuts for the DOCKThe terms "click" and "press" are used to express nuance in using your mouse--a click is quick and a press is a longer hold. Topress the mouse button means that you hold the button down until the desired action happens. "Drag" means to move your mouse while pressing (holding). click Brings the item forward, or opens it if not already open. Brings minimized windows out of the Dock. press Reveals contextual menu for item. Menu choices vary per application or file. +option+D Hide or Show the Dock ctrl+click Reveals contextual menu for item. Menu choices vary per application or file. When used on Dock separator, it reveals Dock preferences. +click Reveals the original item location in its Finder. +option+click Hides other open items, in addition to click action. option+press Force Quit replaces Quit in menu, in addition to press action. press+drag (a Dock item from the Dock) Removes item from the Dock. +drag (a Dock item from the Dock) Copy the item without removing it from the Dock. +drag (an item to the Dock) Create a Dock item without moving (sliding) existing Dock items while dragging. You might use this feature when dragging to a folder icon on the Dock, for example. +option+drag (a file to an application's Dock icon) Attempt to open the file with the application regardless of file type or what application the file is 11Prepared by Richard Feay, Lead Coach Integrating Math and Science Through Technology

associated with (if any). The application may or may not be able to open the file. option+drag When used on Dock separator, resizes Dock to common icon sizes (128 by 128, 64 by 64, 32 by 32, 16 by 16). shift+click This applies to minimized windows only. The item is deminimized in slow motion. You can see the item minimized in slow motion by pressing Shift while minimizing it. shift+drag When used on Dock separator, changes Dock position on screen (left, bottom, right). A pop-up menu in the Dock offers you a hierarchical submenu structure. To create a pop-up menu in the Dock, simply drag a disk or folder icon into the Dock, between the dividing line and the Trash. Disks and folders in the Dock must be placed to the right of or below the divider. (Folder)+drag into Dock Dragging a folder or disk to the Dock provides a hierarchical pop-up menu. THEN: Click Item opens in a Finder window

Ctrl+click A pop-up menu with hierarchical submenus appears. Use submenus to navigate through folders to a fileBACK TO INDEX

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Commonly Used Mac OS X Symbols

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