Monday, 11 November 2013

How to create text shortcuts in OS X 10.9 Mavericks?

Description

It has been announced by Apple that OS X Mavericks is releasing for free to all Mac users. It doesn’t have any major changes and most of the changes are in terms of performance. This time you have the ability to sync your iOS text shortcuts with your Mac using iCloud.

Solution:
Let’s see how you can create new text shortcuts on your Mac after downloading and installing OS X Mavericks:

1.Launch “System Preferences” from your Applications folder.

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2.Then select the “Keyboard” option followed by Text.

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3.When you reach this section of “System Preferences”, you can find your current iOS text shortcuts listed.

4.For adding a shortcut, click on the “+” sign available in the lower-left corner and enter the abbreviation you will use followed by the text you want to replace it with.
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