Every application has its own set of menu commands that you can trigger using keyboard shortcuts. If you use a lot of different applications, these commands can be challenging to memorize.
Besides memorizing the various commands, you can search for a menu command and then activate it using the keyboard.
To Search the Menubar for Commands
- Press the ⌘ + ⇧ + ? (Command + Shift + Question Mark) keystroke combination.
- Type in the search term. For example, if you wanted the command to move a message, type: mo
- Press the up arrow or down arrow keys on your keyboard to navigate the results list.
- To execute a command in the list, press the Return or Enter key.
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