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    I bought my first Mac ever just before Christmas. A MacBook Pro. I have a question, in Windows keyboards there is an "END" key which brings you to the end of a line. Is there a counter-key on the Mac keyboard? Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by higgledy View Post
    I have a question, in Windows keyboards there is an "END" key which brings you to the end of a line.
    WOW! The first person I ever heard of that actually uses that key!

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    sweet...you would press the function key and the right key to do that
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    Command + right arrow takes you to the end of the line.

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    Just in case, Command + Up, down. Page up and page Down
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    BTW.. the command key is the key just to the left of the space bar with the little apple logo and the swirl thngy. *thumbs up* Enjoy your mac!!
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    Hmm, I use the END key (and HOME key) almost daily. Just in normal typing.

    Also for a little variety...

    Control + right arrow = END
    Control + left arrow = HOME
    Space Bar = Page Down
    Shift + Space Bar = Page Up

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