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Very usefull Keyboard shortcuts


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Show Desktop-Option+Command Then click on Desktop near Dock

To increase Font size-Command+"+"

Screenshot of entire screen-Shift-Command-3

Screenshot of Menu items-Command-Shift-4-Spacebar

Lock screen - Ctrl-Shift-Eject

Screenshot-Shift-Command-3
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