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Answers

A1: Double-click the application in the Applications folder, click once on the icon in the Dock, or double-click a Final Cut Pro project file.
A2: The File menu.
A3: Shift, Control, Option, and Command.
A4: Ctrl-click, or right-click with a two-button mouse.
A5: Choose File > New Bin, press Cmd-B, or Ctrl-click in the gray area of the Browser.
A6: The spacebar, and the J and L keys.
A7: An L in the lower left means you're on the first frame of a clip, and an L in the lower right means you're on the last frame.
A8: Click the Track Height control, or press Shift-T repeatedly.
A9: Use the Zoom control in the Timeline, the Zoom In or Zoom Out tool, or shortcuts Option-+ or Option-–. Press Shift-Z to see the entire sequence in full view.
A10: Press Cmd-H to hide the application. To restore it, click the application icon in the Dock. To quit, press Cmd-Q.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Organizing Project Elements
Cmd-BCreates a new bin
Ctrl-clickBrings up different shortcut menus throughout Final Cut Pro



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