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Use Keyboard Navigation to Move Focus

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Learn how to use the Tab key to move your focus between controls on the Mac.

This is one of my favorite features of the Mac – moving the focus between controls using keyboard navigation. When we enable this, what we can do is move what is select in dialog boxes or apps just by using the keyboard. We do not need to use a mouse to trackpad to select a control, such as where a file it saved. See how and why I like to turn this feature on – Move the focus between Controls using Keyboard Navigation on the Mac.

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