Apple Macintosh Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Apple Macintosh Shortcut Keys

Commend + Down Opens the selected icon.
Shift + Click Select the icon and add it to the set of those selected.
Tab Highlight the next icon inside the folder, in alphabetical order.
Shift + Tab Highlight the previous icon inside the folder, in alphabetical order.
Left arrow Used when viewing by icon to select the icon to the left of the one highlighted.
Right arrow Used when viewing by icon to select icon to the right of the one highlighted.
Up arrow Used to select the icon above the one currently highlighted.
Down arrow Used to select the icon below the one currently highlighted.
Commend + ? Mac help
Commend + E Eject
Commend + Shift + Up Arrow Used to direct the input focus to the desktop level.
Commend + M Minimize window
Commend + N New finder window
Commend + Shift + N New folder
Commend + W Close the current window.
Commend + C Copy the selected item to the clipboard.
Commend + X Cut the selected item.
Commend + V Paste item from the clipboard
Commend + L Make alias
Commend + R Show original item
Commend + T Add to favorites
Commend + O Open the selected icon.
Commend + F Display the find dialog box.
Commend + G Repeat the last find operation.
Commend + Shift + G Takes a snapshot of the screen and saves it to a PICT file.
Command + A Select all text and objects
Command + B Change selected text to boldface
Command + F Open the Find window
Command + I Italicize the selected text
Command + P Open the Print dialog window
Command + U Underline the selected text
Command + Shift + P Open the Page Setup window, to change document parameters
Command + Shift + Control + 3 Capture screenshot of current screen and save to the Clipboard