E. The Master Mac OS X Secret Keystroke List Here it is, by popular, frustrated demand: The master list of every secret (or not-so-secret) keystroke in Mac OS X Leopard, including all of the keys you can press during startup. Clip and post to your monitor | E. The Master Mac OS X Secret Keystroke List Here it is by popular frustrated demand The master list of every secret or not-so-secret keystroke in Mac OS X Leopard including all of the keys you can press during startup. Clip and post to your monitor unless of course you got this book from the library . Note You can find another huge list of keystrokes in the discussion of VoiceOver Leopard s screen-control feature on Section . For the most part the following list doesn t include the keystrokes that are already listed in your menus either like -P for Print -S for Save and so on. Table E-1. Startup Keystrokes Keys to Hold Down Effect C Starts up from a CD D Starts up from the first partition N Starts up from network server R Resets the laptop screen T Puts the Mac into FireWire Target Disk mode X Starts up in Mac OS X if 9 is on the same disk Option Shows icons of all startup disks and partitions so you can choose one for starting up. Shift-Option- -Delete Starts up from external drive or CD Option- -P-R Zaps the parameter RAM PRAM . Hold down until you hear the second chime. Option- -O-F Brings up Open Firmware screen pre-Intel Macs . -V Shows Unix console messages during startup logout and shutdown -S Starts up in single-user Unix command-line mode Mouse down Ejects a stuck CD or DVD Shift Just after powering up Turns off kernel extensions Section Shift Just after logging in Prevents Finder windows and startup items from Table E-1. Startup Keystrokes Keys to Hold Down Effect opening. They ll return the next time you start up. Table E-2. In the Finder -Space Highlights Spotlight box Option- -Space Opens Spotlight window Expands or collapses a selected folder in list view Option- Expands a folder in a list view and all folders inside it Option- Collapses folder and all folders inside it - Opens parent folder Shift-Option- - Selects the Desktop - or -O Opens the selected icon Option-click the flippy triangle Expands or collapses all folders within that .