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Power tips for managing files in Apple's Finder

Topher Kessler | April 8, 2015
You're already doing most of your file management in the Finder--now add some hotkeys and modifiers to make it even easier.

Finally, Finder has a shortcut for converting files into PDFs. You can always open a file and use the active application's print functions to save it as a PDF, but it's quicker to simply select the item in Finder and hit Command-P. This will open the document and immediately invoke the print dialogue box--after you print, save to PDF, or cancel the print job, then the program will quit automatically. 

These are just a few of Finder's many tricks. Have any favorite hidden Finder features that we didn't mention? Let us know in the comments below.


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