macOS High Sierra For Dummies
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Make your work go faster with these macOS High Sierra keyboard shortcuts. Print the following chart and refer to it while using macOS High Sierra.
Command Keyboard Shortcut
Add Selected Item to Dock Command+Control+Shift+T
Add Selected Item to Sidebar Command+Control+T
Close All Windows Option+Command+W
Close Window Command+W
Copy Command+C
Cut Command+X
Duplicate Command+D
Eject Disk Command+E
Empty Trash Shift+Command+Delete
Find Command+F
Get Info (on selected item or items) Command+I
Go to All My Files Shift+Command+F
Go to Applications Folder Shift+Command+A
Go to Desktop Shift+Command+D
Go to Documents Folder Shift+Command+O
Go to Home Folder Shift+Command+H
Help Shift+Command+?
Hide Current Application Command+H
Hide Other Applications Command+Shift+H
Log Out Current User Shift+Command+Q
Make Alias Command+L
Minimize Window Command+M
Mission Control: All Windows Control+Up Arrow (F3 on Apple keyboards)
Mission Control: Application Windows Control+Down Arrow (Control+F3 on Apple keyboards)
Mission Control: Show Desktop F11 (fn+F11 on laptops) (Command+F3 on Apple keyboards)
Move to Trash Command+Delete
New Finder Window Command+N
New Folder Shift+Command+N
New Smart Folder Option+Command+N
Next Window Command+`
Open Command+O
Paste Command+V
Quick Look (at selected item) Command+Y or Spacebar
Redo Command+Shift+Z
Select All Command+A
Show Inspector (on selected item or items) Command+Option+I
Show Original (of selected alias) Command+R
Show View Options Command+J
Show/Hide Dock Option+Command+D
Show/Hide Path Bar Option+Command+P
Show/Hide Sidebar Option+Command+S
Show/Hide Status Bar Command+/
Show/Hide Tab Bar Shift+Command+T
Show/Hide Toolbar Option+Command+T
Turn VoiceOver On/Off Command+F5 (fn+F5 on laptops)
Undo Command+Z
View Window as Columns Command+3
View Window as Cover Flow Command+4
View Window as Icons Command+1
View Window as List Command+2

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Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus has been writing the "Dr. Mac" column for the Houston Chronicle for more than 20 years. A regular contributor to a variety of technology publications, he's a proud Mac aficionado who's written or co-written more than 85 how-to books on all things Mac, including multiple Mac operating systems, the iPhone, the iPad, Office for the Mac, and GarageBand.

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