Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcuts – The Basics

Global

Moving between open apps – COMMAND+TAB
Moving between windows within an app – COMMAND+TILDA (`)
Hide or minimise an app – COMMAND+H
Hide Others (Hides other apps) – COMMAND+OPTION+H
Close an app window – COMMAND+W
Quit an app – COMMAND+Q

Safari

Open a new browser window – COMMAND+N
Close a browser window or tab – COMMAND+W
Create a new tab in a browser window – COMMAND+T
Move between browser tabs – CTRL+TAB
Move to the top of a webpage – HOME
Move to the end of a browser window – END

Pages

Create a new document – COMMAND+N
Open a document – COMMAND+O
Close a document – COMMAND+W
Save a document – COMMAND+S
Print a document – COMMAND+P
Undo – COMMAND+Z
Cut – COMMAND+X
Copy – COMMAND+C
Paste – COMMAND+V
Move to the start of a line – COMMAND+LEFT ARROW
Move to the end of a line – COMMAND+RIGHT ARROW
Move word by word – OPTION LEFT or RIGHT ARROW
Delete an entire line – COMMAND+BACKSPACE
Delete word by word – OPTION+BACKSPACE
Show fonts – COMMAND+T

Accessibility

Invert Colours – COMMAND+OPTION+CTRL+8
Zoom on / off – COMMAND+OPTION+8
Increase magnification – COMMAND+PLUS
Decrease magnification – COMMAND+MINUS
Turn VoiceOver on / off – COMMAND+F5
Display Accessibility options dialogue box – COMMAND+OPTION+F5

You may need to go to the Apple menu then System Preferences then Accessibility to turn certain keyboard shortcuts on if they don’t work.

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