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This post explains how. To select a different menu, navigate using the left or right arrow keys, or start typing to immediately jump to a menu matching your term. For example, in Finder, move focus to the menu bar and type W to select the Window menu.
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When a menu is open, you can use the up and down arrow keys to navigate it, and also the right and left arrow keys, respectively, to enter and leave sub-menus. If an item has a keyboard shortcut, use that to select it. For an item lacking a shortcut, type a few characters to jump to it and hit Return to select.
For often-used items lacking a shortcut, consider adding one in System Preferences. Now, whenever you hold the Command key for a couple of seconds, a window will pop-up, listing shortcuts for the current app.
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Start typing and the first results will be menu items, which you can navigate to using the down arrow key. You can hit Return to activate the selected menu item. The first time you do so, Finder will be selected by default. Subsequently, the first app selected will be whatever you most recently keyboard navigated to.
Like with the menu bar, you can use the arrow keys to open and close Dock item menus, and tap Return to select an item. Note that in the right-hand side of the Dock, you may need to press Escape to close an open stack, before navigating to a different Dock item. Front Page.
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I hate this floating thing. Excel's too. Every time I resize a document window I have to move that stupid little palette around. Is there any way to turn it into a normal toolbar across the top? The story of my life: I spend hours search for an answer to a question. If I can't find an answer, I visit a forum and post the question. Being the diligent little work I am, I keep searching on my own.
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Five minutes later I figure it out. Problem solved. So this isn't a complete waste of space, does anybody know how to train Excel to start up without a blank document? Le Big Mac macrumors Jan 7, 2, Washington, DC.