4277 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 14, 2009 7:42 PM by jette18
COMMAND-click allows selective selecting. Since you're new to Macs see these:
Switching from Windows to Mac OS X,
Basic Tutorials on using a Mac,
Mac 101: Mac Essentials,
Anatomy of a Mac,
Switching to the Mac: The Missing Manual, Leopard Edition.
Additionally, *Texas Mac Man* recommends:
Welcome to the Switch To A Mac Guides,
Take Control E-books, and
A guide for switching to a Mac.
Shift-click will add everything between the original selection and the selected item, and command-click (the cloverleaf looking thing) will add individual items to the selection. See Switch 101 for more information about switching from a PC to a Mac.
Thank you for your advice.
Well, I have read those references since I purchased my Mac, however I could not find the answer responding to my specific question.
I understand how to use Command button along with mouse click to choose multiple files. However, what I want to know is if there is a similar way to Ctrl-Shift-Click technique on Mac, to select a few bunches of files, which locate separately.
Thank you in advance.
So I have a similar question to this, I am going from my power book g4 to an iMac. I want to select multiple items and then drag and drop them into my photos. for some reason I can. I select all the items I want to put into my photos but it seem to be that I can only do one at a time... a waste of time.