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).

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