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Little-known shortcuts for Mac OS

By Patrick Stafford
Thursday, 19 May 2011

Tech TricksThe old faithful keyboard shortcut can be a great save for busy entrepreneurs who want to boost their productivity. If you don’t want to fumble around with your mouse anymore, here are some ways to bypass clumsily clicking around:

 

Ctrl + F2 = Puts the cursor on the menu bar at the top of the page.

 

Ctrl + Cmd + D = Displays a dictionary for a highlighted word.

 

Ctrl + Eject = Opens a pop-up box with the sleep/shut down options.

 

Cmd + O = Opens a file in the Finder view.

 

Shift + Command + Delete = Empties the Trash, with a notification.

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