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Is there a CTRL + > equivalent on a mac?

Asked by silverfly (4025 points ) March 12th, 2010

I’ve worked with a PC for a long time and I’m used to having the ability to press CTRL + right or left to skip words. I can also hit “end” and “home” to go to the beginning or ending of a sentence.

Mac doesn’t have this. Is there an equivalent on a mac? God, please let there be an equivalent.

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PupnTaco's avatar

Option + left / right arrow skips words. Command + left / right arrow goes to the beginning or end of a sentence.

silverfly's avatar

Thanks guys!

noyesa's avatar

@PupnTaco Actually, ⌘ + Left or Right skips to the beginning or end of the line, not the sentence, at least in most contexts.

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