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Shortcut to an application or an operating system that can not be separated, this shortcut works for you performance when running applications or the operating system has become more efficient and faster. Many new Mac users who may feel a bit confused when they look at the Mac keyboard shortcuts are different from what was used on the shortcut on Windows or other operating systems. In this article, Paseban will guide you about the differences, and show some of the keyboard shortcuts.

1. Command + S

In most applications including those made by Apple, this keyboard shortcut serves to make the save (save) a file or application or for which you are working with applications.

2. Command + X / Command + C / Command + V

Cutting, copying, and pasting is an important part while working on a paper on the Mac. To carry out the process of the column of text or word processing application, the first step is to highlight text using the mouse (or use shift + left / right arrows to select the text to the left or right of the insertion point), and then press Command + X. This will delete the selected text, and copy it to the clipboard.

To copy (Copy) text from a text field (or word processor), first highlight the text using the mouse (or use shift + arrow / button left and right to select the text to the left or right of the insertion point), and then press Command + C's will keep the text selected, then will make a copy in the clipboard. To paste the text that has been cut or copy, use the Command + V with the insertion point at the location where you want the contents of the clipboard to be pasted.

3. Command + Space

On the operating system Mac OS X version 10.4 Tiger, Spotlight is an application to search for content on your Mac, launch applications or even as a dictionary to find the meaning of a word. If you want to call use the keyboard shortcut Command + Space. Press and you will get a blue bar that appears at the Spotlight upper right corner of your Mac display.

4. Command + Shift + A / U / D / R / H / L

In the process of searching a file, it will be useful shortcut commands to save time and streamline your performance without having to click on the various menu options presented. To go to a different folder on a Mac you can use the following shortcut:

Command + Shift + A = Go towards Go to the Applications folder

Command + Shift + U = Go towards the Utilities folder (inside the Applications folder)

Command + Shift + D = Go towards the Desktop folder

Command + Shift + R = Opens the Open AirDrop (available on Mac Lion and above)

Command + Shift + H = Go towards the Home folder

Command + Shift + L = Left for the user Downloads folder

5. Command + [or]

Mac has a lot of browser buttons to perform commands like forward and backward as well as on browsers like Safari, Chrome or Firefox. You can use Command + [to come back and Command +] to advance. So, if you are on the Safari browser, you can use this command to go back or forward in your browsing the hierarchy. In some applications, you can also use a combination of command Command + left arrow or Command + arrow keys on the keyboard shortcut commands to navigate forward or backward.

6. Command + ↑ / ↓

If you are working or are in a long document and need to jump into one of the top or bottom, many applications that use one of the following commands: Command + up arrow (to go to the top of the document), or Command + down arrow (to go to the bottom of the document).

7. Command +.

When you are not sure how to spell the word correctly in the email that is being written or the document you are typing, of course you can rely on spell checking (spell check), you can also take advantage of the features of Mac OS X to perform a command Command + [point ]

8. Command +,

If you need to quickly access the preference settings in the application? Simply use Command + [comma] in a variety of applications. Pop-up window will open preferences, and you will be able to change the settings as you see fit.

9. Command + Q / Command + H

Want to quit or hide applications while you work on other applications? Simply navigate to the application you want to stop and press Command + Q. This application will soon stop or prompts you to save unsaved work. To hide the application, press Command + H. Hiding a aplikasia it makes the application open, but not visible. To restore applications that are hidden, click the icon in the Dock or use Command + Tab app switcher to select it.

10. Control + Option + Command + Eject

You can do a shutdown command quickly by doing Control + Option + Command + Eject. If you want a Mac in a state of sleep, use the shortcut by pressing Option + Command + Eject.
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Anonim
21 Februari 2013 04.43

thanks for share.

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