Copy/Paste, Select All, Save
|Command-Z||Undo - Undo typing or accidental deletes in almost ANY program.|
|Command-F||Find - Finds a match for words, numbers, or letters on the current document - A great way to jump to a student's name in a list OR find a topic or word on a website.|
Zoom In/Out, Internet Browser Shortcuts (Firefox, Safari, Chrome)
|Command- + (Plus)||Zoom In - Zoom in most programs, very helpful when projecting websites|
|Command- - (Minus)||Zoom Out|
|Command-T||Opens a new Tab|
|Command-N||Opens a new Window|
|Command-L||Highlights the URL bar to type in a new address or search|
|Command-Click (Link)||Opens the link in a new tab in the background|
I consider the FIND function (Command-F) to be one of the most versatile basic keyboard shortcuts around. From searching for a student name in a 24 page spreadsheet, to looking for one specific word on a webpage, use FIND by pressing Command-F to jump to what you want to find and save precious minutes scrolling around looking for keywords.
Note: These are MAC shortcuts that use the Command key, formerly known as the Apple Key, and looks like this. All of these shortcuts are PC Shortcuts as well, simple replace "Command" with PC's "Control" key!
Click on this link for a more extensive Mac OS X Keyboard Shortcut list