Keyboard Shortcuts for Macintosh

Macintosh or Mac is one of the type of PowerPC-based personal computer manufactured by Apple. Macintosh computer is the first system to introduce a graphical interface (GUI).
Next set of keyboard shortcuts for macintosh that may be useful for you macintosh users:

Press X during startup -> Force Mac OS X startup
Press Option-CommaPublish Postnd-Shift-Delete during startup -> Bypass primary startup volume and seek a different startup volume (such as a CD or external disk)
Press C during startup -> Start up from a CD that has a system folder
Press N during startup -> Attempt to start up from a compatible network server (netboot)
Press T during startup -> Start up in FireWire Target Disk mode
Press Shift during startup -> start up in Safe Boot mode and temporarily disable login items and non-essential kernel extension files (Mac OS X 10.2 and later)
Press Command-V during startup -> Start up in Verbose mode.
Press Command-S during startup -> Start up in Single-User mode

Finder window
Command-W -> Close Window
Option-Command-W -> Close all Windows
Command-Right Arrow -> Expand folder (list view)
Option-Command-Right Arrow -> Expand folder and nested subfolders (list view)
Command-Left Arrow -> Collapse Folder (list view)
Option-Command-Up Arrow -> Open parent folder and close current window

Menu commands
Shift-Command-Q -> Apple Menu Log out
Shift-Option-Command-Q -> Apple Menu Log out immediately
Shift-Command-Delete -> Finder Menu Empty Trash
Option-Command-Shift-Delete -> Finder Menu Empty Trash without dialog
Command-H -> Finder Menu Hide Finder
Option-Command-H -> Finder Menu Hide Others
Command-N -> File Menu New Finder window
Shift-Command-N -> File Menu New Folder
Command-O -> File Menu Open
Command-S -> File Menu Save
Shift-Command-S -> File Menu Save as
Command-P -> File Menu Print
Command-W -> File Menu Close Window
Option-Command-W -> File Menu Close all Windows
Command-I -> File Menu Get Info
Option-Command-I -> File Menu Show Attributes Inspector
Command-D -> File Menu Duplicate
Command-L -> File Menu Make Alias
Command-R -> File Menu Show original
Command-Q -> File Menu Add to Favorites
Command-Delete -> File Menu Move to Trash
Command-E -> File Menu Eject
Command-F -> File Menu Find
Command-Z -> Edit Menu Undo
Command-X -> Edit Menu Cut
Command-C -> Edit Menu Copy
Command-V -> Edit Menu Paste
Command-A -> Edit Menu Select All
Command-1 -> View Menu View as Icons
Command-2 -> View Menu View as List
Command-3 -> View Menu View as Columns
Command-B -> View Menu Hide Toolbar
Command-A -> View Menu Show View Options
Command - [-> Go Back to Menu
Command -] -> Menu Go Forward
Shift-Command-C -> Go Menu Computer
Shift-Command-H -> Go Menu Home
Shift-Command-I -> Go Menu iDisk
Shift-Command-A -> Go Menu Applications
Shift-Command-F -> Go Menu Favorites
Shift-Command-G -> Go Menu Goto Folder
Command-K -> Go Menu Connect to Server
Command-M -> Window Menu Minimize Window
Option-Command-M -> Window Menu Minimize All Windows
Command-? -> Help Menu Open Mac Help
Command-Space -> Open Spotlight (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)
Command-ESC -> activates Front Row Front Row for certain Apple computers

Universal Access and voiceover
Option-Command-8 -> Turn on Zoom
Option-Command-(plus) -> Zoom in
Option-Command-(minus) -> Zoom out
Control-Option-Command-8 -> Switch to White on Black
Control-F1 -> 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.
Control-F2 -> Full Keyboard Access Highlight Menu
Control-F3 -> Full Keyboard Access Highlight Dock
Control-F4 -> Full Keyboard Access Highlight Window (active) or next window behind it
Control-F5 -> Full Keyboard Access Highlight Toolbar
Control-F6 -> Full Keyboard Access Highlight Utility window (palette)
Command-F5 or fn-Command-F5 -> Turn on or off Voiceover (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)
Control-Option-F8 or fn-Control-Option-F8 -> Open Voiceover Utility (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)
Control-Option-F7 or fn-Control-option-F7 -> Display voiceover menu (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)
Control-Option-; or fn-Control-option-; -> Enable / disable voiceover lock Control-Option (Mac OS X 10.4 or later)
Mouse Keys
8 -> Move Up
2 -> Move Down
4 -> Move Left
6 -> Move Right
1, 3, 7, and 9 -> Move Diagonally
5 -> Press Mouse Button
0 -> Hold Mouse Button
. (period on keypad) -> Release Mouse Button (use after pressing 0)
Other Commands
Option-Command-D -> Show / Hide Dock
Command-Tab -> Switch application
tab -> Highlight next item
Command-Up Arrow -> Move up one directory
Command-Down Arrow -> Move down one directory
Page Up or Control-Up Arrow -> Move up one page
Page Down or Control-Down Arrow -> Move down one page
Option-Drag -> Copy to new location
Option-Command-Drag -> Make alias in new location
Command-Drag -> Move to new location without copying
Shift-Command-C -> Show Colors palette in application
Command-Q -> Show Font palette in application
Command-Shift-3 -> Take a picture of the screen
Command-Shift-4 -> Take a picture of the selection
Command-Shift-4, then press Control while selecting -> Take a picture of the screen, place in Clipboard
Command-Shift-4, then Spacebar -> Take a picture of the selected window
Option-Command-ESC -> Force Quit
Control-Eject -> Restart, Sleep, Shutdown dialog box
Control-Command-Eject -> Quit all applications and restart
Option-Command-Eject or Option-Command-Power -> Sleep
Command-click window toolbar button (upper right corner) -> Cycle through available views for the window's toolbar (dependant on the nature of the Finder or application window)
Command-`-> Cycle through windows in application or Finder (if more than one window is open)
Function-Delete (portables only-Powerbook, iBook, MacBook, MacBook Pro) -> Forward Delete (delete the character to the right of your cursor)

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