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by Tom Nelson

Apple Mail is likely to be one of the apps you spend a great deal of time using. And while Mail is pretty easy to use, with just about all commands available from the menus, there are times when you can increase your productivity by using keyboard shortcuts to speed things up a bit.

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To help you start using Mail’s keyboard shortcuts, here is a list of available shortcuts. I gathered these shortcuts from Mail version 8.x, but most will work in previous versions of Mail as well in future versions.

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by Tom Nelson

You’ve probably noticed these Mac modifier symbols appearing in various application menus. Some are easy to understand because the same symbol is emblazoned on a key on your Mac’s keyboard. However, many of the menu symbols aren’t present on the keyboard, and if you’re using a Windows keyboard, it’s likely that none of these symbols show up at all.

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The Mac modifier keys are important. They’re used to access special functions, such as controlling the Mac’s startup process, copying selected items, including text, opening windows, even printing the currently open document. And those are just some of the common functions.

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