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Hi,

I posted last week saying that I bought my new MacBook which is by far the coolest computer ever lol. My question though is in regards to shortcut keys. I know some of the commant + .... keys do stuff as I have hit them by accident and programs opened up. I was wondering if there is a list that I can get somewhere that will show me what are some of the most helpful shortcut keys when I am on the main desktop?

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Try here for a start

Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts

I am sure others will add their personal favorites.

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Luckkkyy!! :d

Command Q is the one you'll use the most.
It quits the application.
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Luckkkyy!! :d

Command Q is the one you'll use the most.
It quits the application.
or command S to save your work...

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