Windows keys on a Mac keyboard
A Mac keyboard has many keys that function the same as keys on a Windows keyboard. Here are some of them:
Enters special characters, such as é.
Performs actions or shortcuts. For example, pressing Command-S usually saves a document or file.
Home and End
Command-Left Arrow or Right Arrow
Fn–Left Arrow or Right Arrow
On the Mac, press Command-Left Arrow to move the insertion point to the beginning of the current line; press Command-Right Arrow to move the insertion point to the end of the line.
Press Fn–Left Arrow (Home) to scroll to the beginning of the current document; press Fn–Right Arrow (End) to scroll to the end of the document.
In some apps, controls whether pressing keys in the numeric keypad enters numbers or moves the pointer.
(You may need to press and hold the Fn key first)
In some apps, controls whether pressing the arrow keys moves the pointer or scrolls in a window.
Takes pictures of the screen. Shift-Command-3 takes a picture of the entire screen. Shift-Command-4 takes a picture of the part of the screen you select.
Pressing the Option key while viewing a menu reveals hidden menu items. For example, in many apps, if you press the Option key while viewing the File menu, File > Close changes to File > Close All.