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Startup Keystroke Press X during startup Press Option-Command-Shift-Delete during startup Press C during startup Press N during startup Press T during startup Press Shift during startup

Description Force Mac OS X startup Bypass primary startup volume and seek a different startup volume (such as a CD or external disk) Start up from a CD that has a system folder Attempt to start up from a compatible network server (NetBoot) Start up in FireWire Target Disk mode start up in Safe Boot mode and temporarily disable login items and non-essential kernel extension files (Mac OS X 10.2 and later) Start up in Verbose mode. Start up in Single-User mode

Press Command-V during startup Press Command-S during startup Finder window Keyboard shortcut Command-W Option-Command-W Command-Right Arrow Option-Command-Right Arrow Command-Left Arrow Option-Command-Up Arrow (Assigned in Keyboard & Mouse preferences)

Description Close Window Close all Windows Expand folder (list view) Expand folder and nested subfolders (list view) Collapse Folder (list view) Open parent folder and close current window Show Package Contents (of selected file in Mac OS X 10.5 or later only). To create this contextual menu shortcut, open Keyboard & Mouse preferences in Mac OS X 10.5, click Keyboard Shortcuts, click the "+" button, choose as the Application, and type "Show Package Contents" (exactly), and set whichever shortcut you want, such as CommandControl-S.

Menu commands Keyboard shortcut Shift-Command-Q Shift-Option-Command-Q Shift-Command-Delete Option-Shift-Command-Delete Command-H Option-Command-H Command-N Shift-Command-N Command-O Command-S Shift-Command-S Command-P Command-W Option-Command-W

Description Apple Menu Log out Apple Menu Log out immediately Finder Menu Empty Trash Finder Menu Empty Trash without dialog Finder Menu Hide Finder Finder Menu Hide Others File Menu New Finder window File Menu New Folder File Menu Open File Menu Save File Menu Save as File Menu Print File Menu Close Window File Menu Close all Windows

Command-I Option-Command-I Command-D Command-L Command-R Command-T

Command-Delete Command-E Command-F Command-Z Command-X Command-C Command-V Command-A Command-1 Command-2 Command-3 Command-B Command-J Command - [ Command - ] Shift-Command-C Shift-Command-H Shift-Command-I Shift-Command-A Shift-Command-F Shift-Command-G Command-K Command-M Option-Command-M

File Menu Get Info File Menu Show Attributes Inspector File Menu Duplicate File Menu Make Alias File Menu Show original File Menu Add to Favorites (Mac OS X 10.2.8 or earlier), Add to Sidebar (Mac OS X 10.3 or later—use Shift-Command-T for Add to Favorites) File Menu Move to Trash File Menu Eject File Menu Find Edit Menu Undo Edit Menu Cut Edit Menu Copy Edit Menu Paste Edit Menu Select All View Menu View as Icons View Menu View as List View Menu View as Columns View Menu Hide Toolbar View Menu Show View Options Go Menu Back Go Menu Forward Go Menu Computer Go Menu Home Go Menu iDisk Go Menu Applications Go Menu Favorites Go Menu Goto Folder Go Menu Connect to Server Window Menu Minimize Window Window Menu Minimize All Windows

Command-? Command-Space Command-esc

Help Menu Open Mac Help Open Spotlight (Mac OS X 10.4 or later) Front Row Activates Front Row for certain Apple computers

Universal Access and VoiceOver Keyboard shortcut Option-Command-8 Option-Command-+ (plus) Option-Command-- (minus) Control-Option-Command-8 Control-F1

Control-F2 Control-F3 Control-F4 Control-F5 Control-F6 Command-F5 or fn-Command-F5 Control-Option-F8 or fn-Control-Option-F8 Control-Option-F7 or fn-Control-option-F7 Control-Option-; or fn-Control-option-; The Universal Access preference panel allows you to turn on Mouse Keys. When Mouse Keys is on, you can use the numeric keypad to move the mouse. If your computer doesn't have a numeric keypad, use the Fn (function) key. Mouse Keys Keystroke 8 2 4 6 1, 3, 7, and 9 5 . (period on keypad) Other Commands Keystroke Option-Command-D Command-Tab tab Command-Up Arrow Command-Down Arrow Page Up or Control-Up Arrow Page Down or Control-Down Arrow Option-Drag Option-Command-Drag Command-Drag Shift-Command-C Command-T

Description Turn on Zoom Zoom in Zoom out Switch to White on Black Turn on Full Keyboard Access When Full Keyboard Access is turned on, you can use the key combinations listed in the table below from the Finder. Full Keyboard Access Highlight Menu Full Keyboard Access Highlight Dock Full Keyboard Access Highlight Window (active) or next window behind it Full Keyboard Access Highlight Toolbar Full Keyboard Access Highlight Utility window (palette) Turn VoiceOver on or off (Mac OS X 10.4 or later) Open VoiceOver Utility (Mac OS X 10.4 or later) Display VoiceOver menu (Mac OS X 10.4 or later) Enable/disable VoiceOver Control-Option lock (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)

Description Move Up Move Down Move Left Move Right Move Diagonally Press Mouse Button Hold Mouse Button Release Mouse Button (use after pressing 0)

Description Show/Hide Dock Switch application Highlight next item Move up one directory Move down one directory Move up one page Move down one page Copy to new location Make alias in new location Move to new location without copying Show Colors palette in application Show Font palette in application

Command-Shift-3 Command-Shift-4 Command-Shift-4, then press Control while selecting Command-Shift-4, then Spacebar Option-Command-esc Control-Eject Control-Command-Eject Option-Command-Eject or Option-Command-Power Command-click window toolbar button (upper right corner)

Take a picture of the screen Take a picture of the selection Take a picture of the screen, place in Clipboard Take a picture of the selected window Force Quit Restart, Sleep, Shutdown dialog box Quit all applications and restart Sleep Cycle through available views for the window's toolbar (dependant on the nature of the Finder or application window) Cycle through windows in application or Finder (if more than one window is open) Forward Delete (delete the character to the right of your cursor)

Command-` Function-Delete (portables only--PowerBook, iBook, MacBook, MacBook Pro)

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