The Mac keyboard has several handy shortcuts that can make your job easier, as well as give you the freedom to keep your hands on the keyboard. That’s why we decided to create this list of eight Mac keyboard shortcuts business users need to know. You’ll want to bookmark this one and refer back to it when you need it in the future!
Copy and Paste
Whether you’re a new Mac user or a seasoned pro, there are certain keyboard shortcuts that can make your life a whole lot easier. Here are eight of the most essential ones for business users
- 1) C: Copy text from one place and paste it in another place.
- 2) X: Cut text from one place and paste it in another place.
- 3) V: Paste text into a document where you need it. Paste data into cells in an Excel spreadsheet.
- Paste information into the body of an email message.
Full Screen Applications
There are a few different ways to make a full screen application on a Mac. The first is by using the keyboard shortcut Command + Option + F. This will make the application fill the entire screen, but will not hide the dock or the menu bar. If you want to hide those as well, you can use the shortcut Command + Control + F. Another way to make an application full screen is by going to the Application Menu and selecting Full Screen. This method will also hide the dock and menu bar.
There are a few different ways to take screenshots on a Mac, depending on what you want to capture. To take a screenshot of your entire screen, press Command + Shift + 3. This will save the screenshot as a PNG file on your desktop. If you only want to capture a portion of your screen, use the Command + Shift + 4 shortcut. A crosshair appears and moves around the screen so that you can select an area to grab. Once selected, hit Return or Enter and it will be saved as a PNG file on your desktop.
4) Alarms and Timers
You can use the Alarms and Timers feature in the Clock app to set alarms for one-time or recurring events, such as waking up in the morning, taking a break at work, or going to bed at night. To set an alarm, open the Clock app and click the + button in the upper-left corner. Enter the time you want the alarm to go off, then click Save.
Whether you’re a new Mac user or a seasoned pro, there are a few keyboard shortcuts that every business user should know. Here are eight of the most essential Mac keyboard shortcuts any business user needs to know:
- Control+Esc (Open Spotlight)
- Command+Shift+3 (Take screenshot)
- Command+Option+C (Copy selection)
- Command+Option+V (Paste) -Command+W (Close Window) -Shift with arrow keys in Finder and Mission Control windows, to move cursor between panes in those windows.
You can use Spotlight Search to find anything on your Mac, including apps, documents, and system settings. To access Spotlight Search, click the magnifying glass in the upper-right corner of your screen or press Command+Spacebar. Then, start typing what you’re looking for. As you type, matching items will appear as links below the search field. When you see an item that interests you, click it to open it up in its corresponding app or window.
Creating Tags in Finder
If you’re a business user who relies on Mac for your work, learning a few keyboard shortcuts can help you be more productive. In Finder, you can use keyboard shortcuts to create tags. Here’s how
1) Open the Tags dialog box by pressing Command+Option+T or by clicking the gear icon in the toolbar and selecting Tags.
2) Select one or more items in Finder and then press Option+Command+T to tag them with a new tag that isn’t already applied.
Reveal and Hidden Items on the Desktop
To quickly reveal all of the items on your desktop that are hidden, simply press Command + Option + D. This shortcut is especially helpful when you’re trying to find a specific file or icon. If you want to hide all of the items on your desktop again, just press the same shortcut keys.