When you’re writing something where you want to use the degree symbol°, do you just type the word “degrees” instead? Whether you’re talking about the temperature, an angle, the direction, or something similar, you don’t have to use the word.
Here, we’ll show you how to type the degree symbol on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac. And once you see how easy it is, you’ll wish you had found out sooner.
If you’ve recently began using the Script Editor on Mac or plan to start, you might be interested in these keyboard shortcuts. They can help you perform tasks like record or stop as well as change what you see in the Script Editor window.
Concentrate on your code without fumbling for your mouse or trackpad with these keyboard shortcuts for Script Editor.
We cover a lot of ground when it comes to shortcuts on Mac. And for keyboard shortcuts in particular, we have plenty of lists. We show you keyboard shortcuts for navigating your Mac and working with your Dock as well as using apps like Apple Mail and Microsoft Word.
To make all of this easier, here’s a collection of all keyboard shortcut lists from your friends at iDownloadBlog. Bookmark this page so you have them all or the individual lists you think you’ll use the most!
If you’ve been using the keyboard shortcuts we’ve listed for Microsoft Office apps like Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, then these shortcuts for Outlook are for you.
You might prefer to use Outlook as your email app on Mac or simply use it for certain accounts or business. If so, these keyboard shortcuts for Outlook can have you organizing your inbox, sending and receiving emails, and formatting text quickly.
With a helpful series of how-tos for using VoiceOver on Mac, we at iDB want to make sure you have the tools you need to use the feature successfully. We started by showing you how to turn VoiceOver on and off, which is an obvious first step. So now we want to show you how to use the VoiceOver modifier keys.
This is another important part of using VoiceOver because modifier keys are what you use to give your Mac commands. So here we’ll show you how to use, change, and lock the VoiceOver modifier keys on Mac.
Along with keyboard shortcuts to do things faster in Microsoft Word and Excel, there are those you can use with PowerPoint on your Mac.
Whether putting together a slideshow or presenting one, these shortcuts for Microsoft PowerPoint certainly come in handy.
Do you use Microsoft Excel on your Mac instead of or in addition to Apple Numbers? If so, knowing some keyboard shortcuts for Excel on Mac can save you time when performing basic tasks in your spreadsheets and workbooks.
As Microsoft products, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint have some of the same shortcuts. But most below are specific to using Microsoft Excel and will make managing your data a breeze.
If you’re a fan of Microsoft Word and have installed the Word app on your Mac, you may prefer it over Pages for certain tasks. So knowing some handy keyboard shortcuts for Word on Mac can save you time.
While Word, Excel, and PowerPoint offer some of the same shortcuts for common tasks, most below are specific to using Microsoft Word. Take a look at this list of keyboard shortcuts for Word that you’ll end up using daily and that will become second nature in no time.
If there’s an app that you’ll want keyboard shortcuts for on Mac, it’s Keynote. You can navigate your presentation and any videos in it, move around views as you’re creating a slideshow, or simply control the Keynote window.
A lot of the keyboard shortcuts available for apps on Mac are the same across those applications. Things like cut, copy, paste, close, or quit are often times the same, especially for Apple’s apps like Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.
So in this list of keyboard shortcuts for Numbers, we’ve included some that you would only by using in Numbers; shortcuts for working with tables. But you’ll also find the basics for controlling the Numbers window and working in spreadsheets.
There’s nothing better than being able to zip around the Pages window or your document with keyboard shortcuts. Since there are actually too many shortcuts for Pages on Mac to list here, we’re going to cover some of the most common and convenient ones that you’d use most often.
Keyboard shortcuts aren’t just handy for Apple’s apps on Mac, but they can be awesome for third-party apps as well. Depending on the app, you may have many shortcuts that can help you navigate, chat, edit, or manage the window without the need for a mouse or trackpad. Slack is one of these apps.
If you use Slack for team communications, then check out and bookmark this list of keyboard shortcuts.