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MacBook - Complete noob question. How do I highlight?


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I need to highlight a bunch of things and I can't figure out how to do it. Sorry I just got my macbook today
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If you are talking about files in the Finder press cmd-a (apple key+a)
hope this helps
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Thank you my friend!
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if it is text you can just hold down the shift key like you would in windows
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Command-A = select all
Shift-click = select all contiguous from first click to second click
Command-click = select each noncontiguous file clicked

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