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Commanding Keyboard Shortcuts on a Mac

Part of the Switching to a Mac For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Most Windows keyboard shortcuts, which require you to press Ctrl and a letter, work on a Mac if you press the Command key (the one with the four-leaf clover symbol) on the Mac instead of Ctrl. Thus, Command+C is copy, Command+X is cut, Command+V is paste, Command+Z is undo, and so on. Some shortcuts that are unique to the Mac include the following:

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