OS X Keyboard Shortcuts

cmd: Command Key key | shift: Shift Key key | opt: Option Key key | ctrl: Control Key key

cmd-WClose Window (does not quit program)
cmd-QQuit Program
cmd-NNew Document / New Window
cmd-OOpen File
shift-cmd-SSave As…
cmd-ASelect All
cmd-GFind Next
shift-cmd-GFind Previous
cmd-, (cmd-comma)Preferences
cmd-HHide – hides current program
shift-cmd-HHide Others – hides all other programs
cmd-+Make Text Bigger
cmd–Make Text Smaller
cmd-0 (cmd-zero)Revert to original text size
cmd-MMinimize Window to the Dock
ctrl-opt-cmd-8Reverse Window Colors
 For Text Editing (i.e. Pages, Word)
cmd-TShow Fonts Panel
shift-cmd-CShow Colors Panel
 Finder (Including Desktop)
cmd-IGet Info
shift-cmd-NCreate New Folder
cmd-RReload Page in Safari or Firefox
F5Reload Page in Firefox
cmd-[ or cmd- ←Back in Browser
cmd-] or cmd- →Forward in Browser
cmd-DAdd bookmark in browser
cmd-TNew Tab in Safari or Firefox

Does anyone else have any favorite mac keyboard shortcuts?

3 Replies to “OS X Keyboard Shortcuts”

  1. Thanks Lori for the list. Do you know how to block specific websites in Safari? I have one website I want to block because the babysitter seems to spend too much time on this website when she should be spending time with Jr.

    I encourage her to use the internet with Jr. to play games and I know he loves to look at street signs so I don’t want to prevent her from using it. I also don’t want to be confrontational with her about the website I want blocked as I don’t want her to think I’ve been “Spying” on her.

  2. I know that in tiger you can allow only certain sites, but I am pretty sure you can’t block sites.

    Leopard has more advanced parental controls that allow you to allow and/or block specific sites.

    I have never tried either of these so am not sure what happens if someone goes to a site that is not allowed. Let me know what happens if you try it. I am curious.

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