Save and name a new spreadsheet
Many people like to save new documents to the Desktop and file them later. If that's you, try pressing Command-D in the Save dialog to jump instantly to the Desktop. In fact, nearly all the keyboard shortcuts listed in the Finder's Go menu work in the Save dialog too.
Right-click the image. Alternatively, hold down Control and then click the photo to open a drop-down menu. If you have a laptop or trackpad, you can click or tap with two fingers for a right-click, or secondary click. Select Save image as in the menu.
Save an episode to your library
Save documents Many apps on your Mac save your documents automatically while you work. You can save a document at any time. Save a document: In a document, choose File > Save, enter a name, choose where to save the document (to show more locations, click the down arrow button ), then click Save.
Compress a file or folder: Control-click it or tap it using two fingers, then choose Compress from the shortcut menu. If you compress a single item, the compressed file has the name of the original item with the . zip extension. If you compress multiple items at once, the compressed file is called Archive.
Tag an open file: Hold the pointer to the right of the document title, click the down arrow , click in the Tags field, then enter a new tag, or choose one from the list. Tag a new file when you save it: Click File > Save. In the Save dialog, click in the Tags field, then enter a new tag, or choose one from the list.
Move items into folders On your Mac, click the Finder icon in the Dock to open a Finder window. Do any of the following: Put an item in a folder: Drag it to the folder. Put several items in a folder: Select the items, then drag one of the items to the folder.
Just press Command-O in your app, navigate to the file, select it, and click Open or press Return. If you want to view a file when you're in an Open dialog, you can select and it press the space bar to view it in Quick Look.
Click the desktop, choose View > Sort By, then choose an option. If you want to control the placement of your files on the desktop, keep Sort By set to none. You can still arrange files neatly when desired—just click the desktop, choose View > Clean Up By, then choose how you'd like to arrange the files.
Delete an item from your Mac or iCloud Drive On your Mac, drag the item to the Trash in the Dock or select the item, then press Command-Delete. If an item is locked, click Continue to confirm you want to move the locked item to the Trash.
You can quickly combine multiple files into a PDF right from your desktop or a Finder window.
As you can see on the screenshot to the right above, pressing the Option key to reveal the Save As command has also revealed the direct keyboard shortcut for Save As on Mac, no mouse required. In any document, simply use the combination of the Option + Shift + Command + S keys to directly invoke the Save As command.