Mac Keyboard Shortcut

Cheat Sheet : Keyboard Shortcuts for Both Mac & Windows

If you already have your basic keyboard shortcuts under control—we're talking classics here, Control-C (copy for PC) or Command-C (copy for Mac)—it's time to load up your memory bank. There are endless shortcuts available (truly endless—since you can customize them yourself), ...more

How To : Customize keyboard shortcuts on a Mac

This video demonstrates how to customize keyboard shortcuts on a Mac. From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to customize keyboard shortcuts on a M ...more

How To : Customize your keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X

If you're a Mac user, you know the keys to the castle are literally knowing how to use the shortcuts and hot-keys. But, what if you don't like the predefined OS X setup? Well, simple answer, change them. This is a quick guide to remapping any keyboard shortcut in any applicati ...more

How To : Create custom keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X

Interested in creating your own custom keyboard shortcuts within Mac OS X? It's easier than you might think. It's so easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to can present a complete, head-to-toe overview of the process in just over a minute's time. For details, including ...more

How To : Create customized keyboard shortcuts on the Mac

We love the guy who invented keyboard shortcuts. Especially now that we're all glued to our computers from sunrise until sunset (and perhaps even after that), being able to tab between pages with the click of a button or two and to open new tabs without having to drag the mous ...more

How To : Access symbols & accent characters on Mac keyboard

When creating business documents or communicating with colleagues in other countries with your Apple computer, it's often necessary to use certain typographic symbols. In this video, you'll learn how you can use quick key combinations to access certain characters. For more on ...more

How To : Use the on-screen keyboard in Mac OS X

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the on-screen keyboard on a Mac OS X computer. To turn on the keyboard viewer, go to Apple and select System Preferences. Under Personal, click on Language & Text. Click on the Input Sources tab and check Keyboard & Character Vi ...more

How To : Clean your Mac computer keyboard

In this video, we learn how to clean your Mac computer keyboard. You will need to have iKlear and iClean to do this, along with a microfiber cloth. To start, you will take off the tops to each of the keys one by one. After you remove one, you will place the cloth over the top ...more

How To : Use Mac OS X shortcut keys

OS X has some easy shortcuts, just as Windows does. Watch this computer tutorial video to learn how to use them. This how-to video will help you use OS X's shortcut keys and allow you to use your computer faster.

How To : Use the keyboard to look up words in Mac OS X

With a Mac, you always have a dictionary and thesaurus close by in any Apple application. Simply highlight the word and hold down command control D. For a step-by-step walkthrough of the the look up process within Mac OS X, watch this video tutorial.

How To : Clear Your Cache on Any Web Browser

Need to clear you cache? This guide details how on any web browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet, and Dolphin) for any platform (Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and Android). What Is the Cache Exactly? The web cache stores certain information (HTML page ...more

How To : Zoom in and out on a Mac

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to zoom in and out on a Mac computer. To access the zooming tool, begin by clicking on the Apple menu and select System Preferences. Under System, select Universal Access and check On under Zoom. In Options, users are able to set speci ...more

How To : Use Split View Mode in Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Catching up with Windows 8, Apple has finally included a way in Mac OS X to use two apps side by side in full screen view. In the 10.11 El Capitan update, it's called Split View, and it works fairly well for the most part. It's not quite as intuitive as it should be, but easy ...more

How To : Quickly lock the screen on a Mac OS X computer

In this clip, you'll learn how to use the quickly lock the screen of an Apple Mac OS X computer with the Shift + Control + Eject keyboard shortcut. For more information, including a complete demonstration and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this helpful home-computi ...more

How To : Ease the transition between Mac and PC

Have you recently switched to an Apple computer? This video how-to demonstrates three helpful techniques to make your transition from PC to Mac as smooth as possible. Specifically, this tutorial addresses workflow management and keyboard shortcuts. For more information, as wel ...more

How To : Use the Mouse Keys feature in Mac OS X

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Mouse Keys feature in a Mac OS X computer. This feature can be accessed under the Mouse & Track-pad tab, in the Universal Access menu. Turn on the feature by checking On. Once turned on, users can use the number keys on the ...more

How To : Organize the OS X Finder

John Hendron demonstrates keyboard shortcuts and the "Sidebar" in Mac OS X Tiger with tips on keeping files organized. This 7.5 minute video includes how to "tell where you are" in the file system, how to set desktop preferences, and how to customize the toolbar in Finder wind ...more

How To : Customize Spotlight Search in Mac OS X Yosemite

Spotlight, Apple's selection-based search system, received a major facelift on Mac OS X Yosemite. Packed with dozens of new features, such as a central search window and increased app suggestions, the reworked Spotlight was a breath of fresh air. While the Spotlight Search to ...more

How To : Clear Your Web Browsing History in a Hurry

If you've been visiting websites of ill repute, or if you've been Christmas shopping and don't want to spoil the surprise, it would be a disastrous situation if anyone were to come across your browsing history. Visited sites, cookies, and cache can paint a very clear picture o ...more

How To : 13 Terminal Commands Every Mac User Should Know

When you think of Terminal, you probably imagine some hacker sitting in front of their computer in a dimly lit room trying to break into an FBI database. In reality, it's just a simple tool that can make using your Mac much easier. Now, I'm not saying that learning Terminal c ...more

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