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Preventing Problems

Get to Know Shortcuts

Almost anything you can do with the Macintosh, you can do in more than one way. Do you want to close a window on the desktop, for example? Simply choose the Close command from the Finder's File menu. Or click the close box in the top-left corner of the window. Or use a keyboard shortcut—in this case, Command-W (this shortcut is listed in the File menu next to the word Close). Other shortcuts are more obscure and can be found only by consulting an application's manual.

The Command (), Option, Control, Shift, and Escape keys, in combination with other keys, often produce a variety of strange and wonderful results and shortcuts, depending on which application you are using.


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