Mac OS Keyboard Shortcuts
Post date: Oct 13, 2011 8:36:19 PM
Here are a few helpful keyboard shortcuts:
Control-Shift-Eject = Instantly turn your display off without logging out from the system.
Control-Shift = returns display to normal.
Home and End
Pressing Control-A (Home) and Control-E (End) = moves your cursor to the beginning of the line or the end of the line.
Pressing Command-← or Command-→ performs the same action.
Pressing Command-↑ or Command-↓ = moves your cursor to the top of the page or the bottom.
Delete and Backspace
Control-D (Delete) and Control-H (Backspace)
You can use Fn-Delete to perform forward deletion while the button Delete acts as Backspace.
Google Search Box
Command-Option-F = Quickly jumps your cursor to Google Search Box when you are in the browser.
Command-F opens a search and find dialogue box in a document or on a webpage
Command-Option-[+] (Zoom In) or Command-Option-[-] (Zoom Out) = Zoom in/out your display
Command-[+] (Zoom In) or Command-[-] (Zoom Out) = Zoom in/out your webpage
Ever wonder what those keys do at the top of your keyboard?