Uga Uga Tsuga !!! [keyboard shortcuts]

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  1. Stojamow macrumors regular

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    There was a thread a long, long time ago which pretty much answered my question but can't find it anymore...

    So, I am a switcher and need some help with keyboard's short cuts...

    How can I do the following:

    A) copy + paste

    B) Copy the entire screen = becomes a picture like ???.jpg

    C) Alt + Ctrl + Del (booting - just in case)

    D) Scroll the screen down

    I have OSX 10.3 - Thanx a lot for your help !
     
  2. ComputerWizard macrumors member

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    Re: Uga Uga Tsuga !!!

    A) Command (apple key) C + Command (Apple key) V

    B)use the program called grab in the utilities folder or the shortcut Command (apple key) - Shift - 3

    C)I'm not sure what you mean by this question, but if you have a problem with a program and need to close it, then you press: Command (apple key) - Alt(option) - Escape

    D) I don't understand what you mean by scroll the scroll screen down

    Some useful shortcuts can be found in system preferences under keyboard and mouse on the fourth tab labeled keyboard shortcuts
     
  3. TEG macrumors 604

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    A)1) Copy = Command(Apple Key) + C
    A)2) Cut = Command(Apple Key) + X
    A)3) Paste = Command(Apple Key) + V

    B)1) The Whole Screen = Command + Shift + F3 (Or on a PowerBook or iBook Command + Shift + fn + F3)
    B)2) For a selected area = Command + Shift + F4 (Or on a PowerBook or iBook Command + Shift + fn + F4)
    BTW, the files are created as .pdf, to convert, open in Preview, and Save as .jpg.

    Question C is a little more Complacated
    To Restart
    C)1) On Powerbooks or iBooks = Command + Control + Power Button
    C)2) On Graphite/Quicksilver Towers, just press the triangluar button on the front of the machine
    C)3) On other PowerMacs and New iMacs/eMacs, just press the power button on the machine until it turns off, and then press it again to turn it on again
    Those were all if the machine in Frozen or you had a Kernel Panic
    C)4) Using any machine with a keyboard with an eject key (except PB & iB) = Control + Command + Eject

    D) I don't understand, as long as a window is active, the arrow keys and Page Up/Down should work just fine.

    Check out the Apple Support Page for more Keyboard Shortcuts

    http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=75459

    TEG
     
  4. latergator116 macrumors 68000

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  5. mms macrumors 6502a

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    For anyone trying to use latergator116's first link to the Apple Knowledge Base (previous post) the hyperlink doesn't work. You have to delete the last period to access the page.

    Just in case anyone was having problems.
     
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  7. mms macrumors 6502a

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    No problem. It's a common mistake, when you insert a link at the end of a sentence. Actually the first thing I look for when I get an invalid link. To my knowledge it is not possible to have a URL that ends with a period.
     
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