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Can I 'quick delete' entries in my address book [stock MBP mail program]?? - rather than deleting each line then the name.
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Also, the delete key backs up to remove, is there another button to remove characters that are forward of the cursor? Got it -- just use fn with delete.

Thanks, just started using an Apple MBP and finding out there is a much steeper learning curve than I anticipated.
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As I mention in my essay (link below), the "learning curve" is lessened considerably if you approach the Mac with a "zen" attitude -- ie, let go of the practices and "logic" of the Windows way and experiment with how you think something should work if there WAS no Windows.

It can be a difficult concept to grasp but once that is understood the rest tends to come more naturally.
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