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    How to show desktop through keyboard shortcuts for Mac?

    Hello, friends. Recently I've got a serious problem as I can't show desktop and I was said to try accomplish it with the help of shortcuts. How can I do this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VictoriaS2 View Post
    Hello, friends. Recently I've got a serious problem as I can't show desktop and I was said to try accomplish it with the help of shortcuts. How can I do this?
    What do you mean by that? You want to access the front page with a shortcut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VictoriaS2 View Post
    Hello, friends. Recently I've got a serious problem as I can't show desktop and I was said to try accomplish it with the help of shortcuts. How can I do this?
    I think, the shortcut you are talking about is command+F3, it is a pretty basic one, but can help with navigation speed. There are more useful shortcuts that you should learn, as they make your life a lot easier and work faster. You can also setup your own shortcuts if you have something in mind that may be useful to you, here in an article osxtips.net/show-desktop-mac/ that answers your question and also teaches you how to create your customized shortcuts. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexMoore View Post
    I think, the shortcut you are talking about is command+F3, it is a pretty basic one, but can help with navigation speed. There are more useful shortcuts that you should learn, as they make your life a lot easier and work faster. You can also setup your own shortcuts if you have something in mind that may be useful to you, here in an article osxtips.net/show-desktop-mac/ that answers your question and also teaches you how to create your customized shortcuts. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask.
    That worked, thank you so much!!

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