How to force a Mac app to quit

How to force a Mac app to quit
  1. Choose Force Quit from the Apple () menu, or press Command-Option-Esc. This is similar to pressing Control-Alt-Delete on a PC.
  2. Select the app in the Force Quit window, then click Force Quit.
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TIPS 4 Mac

Type emoji on a desktop Mac by pressing :   control + command + spacebar


The Mac equivalent of the “Home” and “End” keys are fn + left and right arrow, respectively.


SIGNATURES: Open Preview and click on Tools in the menu bar > Annotate > Manage signatures > Create signature. You’ll then be prompted to sign using your trackpad or by holding up your signature on a white paper to your laptop’s camera. When you’re finished, click Done.

Next, open your document in Preview. Then go to Tools > Annotate > select the signature you want to use. You can then drag and drop the signature to anywhere on the document.