Quickly familiar with OS X system MAC system shortcut key advanced graphics and text course

Time:2020-11-25

At present, tuhaojin’s 12 inch MacBook has come into the market. Such a light and cool notebook will surely bring many PC users into the MAC camp. Shortcut key plays an important role in the daily use of MAC, which improves the operation efficiency. Today, I’d like to tell my new friends who are coming to the MAC family what common shortcut keys they have. Now let’s have a look, I hope it will help you

Of course, there may be some old Mac users or deities who read this article. I will take a look at the well-known shortcut keys of MAC, and introduce more frequently used and unfamiliar shortcut keys.

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There are four main modifier keys in MAC: command, control, option and shift. These four keys have their own patterns. They often appear in the menu bar of MAC applications, so you can learn new shortcut keys at any time.

  Basic shortcut key

Command-x cut

Command is the most important modifier key in MAC, which is equivalent to Ctrl in windows in most cases.So the following basic operations are easy to understand:

Command-z undo

Command-x cut

Command-c copy

Command-v paste

Command-a select all

Command-s save

Command-f find

  screenshot

Command-shift-4 captures the selected screen area to a file

Command-shift-3 capture all screens to file

Command-shift-control-3 capture all screens to the clipboard

Command-shift-4 capture the selected screen area to a file, or press the space bar to capture only one window

Command-shift-control-4 capture the selected screen area to the clipboard, or press the space bar to capture only one window

  Mac startup and shutdown

Command-option-p-r reset NVRAM

If there is a dual disk, you can start the system by pressing the option manager

Press command-r immediately after power on to turn on the recovery function of OS X

Press command-option-p-r immediately after power on to reset NVRAM. Sometimes the computer will have some small problems, reset NVRAM is your first choice except to restart and try to repair.

The command option control power button exits all applications, allowing you to save documents and then shut down

Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to force the Mac to shut down

  In the application

Command option ESC opens the forced exit window

Command-h hides the currently running application window

Command-option-h hides other application windows

Command-q quit the top application

Command-shift-z redo is the reverse operation of undo

Command tab moves to the next most recently used application in the list of open applications, equivalent to windows (ALT + tab)

Command option ESC opens the forced exit window. If there is no response from an application, you can select force exit in the window list

  text processing

Command – the right arrow moves the cursor to the end of the current line

Command-b toggles the bold display of the selected text

FN delete is equivalent to delete on a PC full-size keyboard, that is, backward deletion

FN up arrow page up

FN – down arrow page down

FN – left arrow to scroll to the beginning of the document (home)

FN – right arrow to scroll to the end of the document (end)

Command – the right arrow moves the cursor to the end of the current line

Command – the left arrow moves the cursor to the beginning of the current line

Command down arrow moves the cursor to the end of the document

Command – up arrow moves the cursor to the beginning of the document

Option – the right arrow moves the cursor to the end of the next word

Option – the left arrow moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous word

Control-A moves to the beginning of a line or paragraph

  In finder

Command-option-v cut file

Command-shift-n new folder (New)

Command-shift-g calls up the window to input the absolute path to the folder (go)

Return is not a shortcut key. Click on the file and press to rename it

Command-o opens the selected item. Opening a file on a Mac is not like pressing enter directly in windows

Command-option-v is equivalent to file cutting in windows. To copy a file in another location (command-c), press this shortcut key in the destination location, and the file will be cut to this location

Command up arrow opens the folder containing the current folder, which is equivalent to “up” in windows

Command delete move file to wastebasket

Command shift delete trash

The space bar can quickly view the selected file, that is, the preview function

  In the browser

Control tab moves to the next tab

The command-l cursor jumps directly to the address bar

Control tab moves to the next tab

Control shift tab to previous tab

Command – plus or equal to enlarge the page

Command minus sign reduces page size

MacBook’s touch pad and many practical shortcut keys will make you feel that the MAC system is very efficient. The above are the shortcut keys that I often use. Maybe you can’t remember it after reading it. It’s OK. Collect this article and use it slowly according to your needs in the process of getting familiar with Mac. Finally, you can remember it.