Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts - Part 4

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Universal Access - VoiceOver keyboard commands
For information about VoiceOver key combination differences in Mac OS X v10.6, see this article.
Command-F5 or
fn Command-F5
Turn VoiceOver on or off
Control Option-F8 or
fn Control Option-F8
Open VoiceOver Utility (if VoiceOver is on)
Control Option-F7 or
fn Control Option-F7
Display VoiceOver menu (if VoiceOver is on)

Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts - Part 3

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Application and other Mac OS X keyboard commands
Note: Some applications may not support all of the below application key combinations.
Command-SpaceShow or hide the Spotlight search field (if multiple languages are installed, may rotate through enabled script systems)
Control-AMove to beginning of line/paragraph
Control-BMove one character backward
Control-DDelete the character in front of the cursor
Control-EMove to end of line/paragraph
Control-FMove one character forward
Control-HDelete the character behind the cursor
Control-KDelete from the character in front of the cursor to the end of the line/paragraph
Control-LCenter the cursor/selection in the visible area
Control-NMove down one line

Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts - Part 2

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Finder keyboard shortcuts
Command-ASelect all items in the front Finder window (or desktop if no window is open)
Option-Command-ADeselect all items
Shift-Command-AOpen the Applications folder
Command-CCopy selected item/text to the Clipboard
Shift-Command-COpen the Computer window
Command-DDuplicate selected item
Shift-Command-DOpen desktop folder

Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts - Part 1

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To use a keyboard shortcut, or key combination, you press a modifier key with a character key. For example, pressing the Command key (the key that has  a  symbol) and the "c" key at the same time copies whatever is currently selected (text, graphics, and so forth) into the Clipboard. This is also known as the Command-C key combination (or keyboard shortcut).
A modifier key is a part of many key combinations. A modifier key alters the way other keystrokes or mouse clicks are interpreted by Mac OS X. Modifier keys include: Command, Control, Option, Shift, Caps Lock, and the fn key (if your keyboard has a fn key).

How to create a bootable Windows 7 USB flash drive


The USB flash drive has replaced the floppy disk drive as the best storage medium for transferring files, but it also has its uses as a replacement for CDs and DVDs. USB drives tend to be higher in capacity than disc media, but since they are more expensive, they cannot (yet) really be used as a replacement. There are reasons why you would, however, choose a USB device over a DVD disc, and bootable software is definitely one of them. Not only is it faster to copy data such as setup files from a USB drive, but during usage the access times are also significantly faster. Therefore, installing something like Windows 7 will work that much faster from a USB drive than from a DVD (and of course, is particularly useful for the PCs without an optical drive; this isn't something we should just leave for the pirates to enjoy).
This guide will show you two different ways to create a USB flash drive that works just like a Windows 7 DVD. In order to follow this guide, you'll need a USB flash drive with at least 4GB of free space and a copy of the Windows 7 installation disc.

How to Use Bluetooth to Get an Internet Connection From a PC to a Laptop

by Meg North, Demand Media

Share your Internet connection between a desktop and a laptop through Bluetooth in a few easy steps. The basic principle for setting up the connection is to pair the two devices, then use the PC's LAN (local area network) connection to locate and connect to the laptop's Bluetooth connection. The Internet connection on the laptop is encapsulated within the laptop's Bluetooth wireless signal. Once the two computers are connected, browse the Internet on the laptop.

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