Mike Rankin


We’re big fans of keyboard shortcuts here at CreativePro, since they’re supremely useful in helping you be as efficient as possible in your daily work. But let’s face it, they can be a pain to learn and remember. That’s why keyboard shortcuts guides like the ones we’ve recently mentioned for Photoshop and Adobe Muse come in so handy. If you like those (and you use a Mac), you’ll love an app called CheatSheet
CheatSheet works with Mac OS 10.7 or later. And with it installed, you simply hold the Command key to display a list of the currently available keyboard shortcuts in whatever application you’re using.

Release the Command key or press any other key to dismiss the guide.
And you can also set the delay preference to control how long you have to wait for the shortcuts to appear, and even print them. 

Oh and by the way, Cheat Sheet is free. It makes master keyboard shortcuts so easy, it feels like…cheating.

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