Mac shortcut keys

Discussion in 'Gear' started by maximus, Feb 17, 2008.

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  1. maximus

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    On mac's, what key is the up arrow?
    New slide on keynote is the apple key, N, and arrow key.
    I pressed the up key and nothing happened, what does the arrow stand for?
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  2. I don't think I understand the problem. The up arrow is the up arrow.

    Or maybe you mean the page up/page down buttons, which should be FN key and up/down?
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  3. maximus

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    I'm trying to figure out how to get a new slide on keynote with out going to slide, new slide, blah, blah
    shortcut key.
    If I push arrow, apple, N, it thinks that I want a new background?
    But if use the menu, it gives me the background that I wanted

    Makin any sense
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  4. Puck

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    if it's an up arrow drawn like an outline, I believe it's wanting you to push shift there ... found that one out by accident one day

    weird it just doesn't say SHIFT+COMMAND+N

    but yeah, try the SHIFT key there
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  5. Ah, yeah it's probably the shift key.
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  6. avvie

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    Shift.
    It's the universal symbol for "ram it up your..." :p
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