Use CheatSheet to Show All Shortcuts on Mac
Edited by Djinu, Crystal, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to use a program called CheatSheet. CheatSheet allows you to open any program on your Mac and see all of the shortcuts available.
When it's done downloading, click "Open file".
Double-click CheatSheet and click "Open".
It just asks if we want to open an application from the Internet.
We'll move this to the applications folder by clicking "Move to Applications Folder".
We'll see that it says "Hold (Command) to cheat".
Hold "Command" and it will say "CheatSheet would like to control this computer using accessibility features"; click "Open System Preferences".
Click the lock in the bottom left-hand corner to make changes.
Enter the password to log in.
Check the CheatSheet box to enable it, then close the window.
When we press and hold "Command", it will show an entire list of the difference shortcuts that we can use within the Finder application.
We have to hold it for the whole time we want to look.
We can do the same thing within Google Chrome.
It gives us all of the Chrome shortcuts that we can use.
For another example, we can open up Skype and do the same thing.
This is how to use CheatSheet to show all of the shortcut keys for any application on the Mac.
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Video: Use CheatSheet to Show All Shortcuts on Mac
Recent edits by: Crystal, Djinu