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Keyboard shortcuts

You can use keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish many tasks in iTunes. To find the shortcuts for common commands, look in the iTunes menus, or use the table below as a reference. Many items in iTunes (for example, songs and column headings) also have contextual menus. To see a contextual menu, press the Control key and click the item. To perform an action, press the shortcut keys indicated below.
Action Playback shortcuts Start or stop playing the selected song Play the currently selected song from the beginning Move forward or backward within a song Listen to the next or previous album in a list Go to the next or previous song in a list Command-Option-Arrow Option-Right Arrow or Left Arrow Left Arrow or Right Arrow (or click the Skip Forward or Skip Backward controls in the upper-left corner of the iTunes window) Library and playlist shortcuts Select or deselect all the songs in a list Create a playlist from a selection of songs Command-click the checkbox next to a song Shift-click the Add (+) button (or drag the songs to the white area of the source pane) Create a new Smart Playlist Reshuffle the current playlist Delete the selected playlist from your source pane without confirming that you want to delete it Delete the selected playlist and all the songs it contains from your library Delete the selected song from your library and all playlists Refresh the Radio or iTunes DJ list (when selected, below Library) Command-R Option-Delete Option-Delete Option-click the Add (+) button Option-click the Shuffle button Command-Delete Space bar Return Shortcut

Refresh a Genius Playlist (when selected, below Genius) iTunes Store shortcuts Go to the next page in the iTunes Store Go to the previous page in the iTunes Store Initiate a search in the iTunes Store (from anywhere in iTunes) Check for app updates (when Apps is selected, below Library) File and window shortcuts Change the song information columns Expand or collapse all the triangles in the Radios Stream list Shrink the iTunes window to show only the playback controls Zoom the window to an ideal size

Command-R

Command-Right bracket ( ] ) Command-Left bracket ( [ ) Type a word or phrase in the Search field and press Option-Return Command-R

Control-click a column heading Command-click a triangle

Click the zoom control in the upper-left corner of the iTunes window Option-click the zoom button in the upperleft corner of the iTunes window

See the iTunes window resize while you are resizing it In the Get Info window, see the info for the next or previous song in the list Go to the previous or next pane in the Get Info or Preferences window Select the search field See more options when a visual effect is showing Choose artwork for the selected video

Command-drag the resize box in the lowerright corner of the window Command-N or Command-P

Shift-Command-Left Bracket ( [ ) or ShiftCommand-Right Bracket ( ] ) Command-Option-F Press ?, then press the indicated key to use an option (not all visual effects support this) While the video is playing, press the Control key, click the movie, and choose Set Poster Frame

iPod shortcuts Prevent iPod from automatically syncing when you connect it to your computer Press and hold Command-Option as you connect the iPod to your computer until the iPod appears in the iTunes window iPhone shortcuts Prevent iPhone from automatically syncing Press and hold Command-Option as you

when you connect it to your computer

connect the iPhone to your computer until the iPhone appears in the iTunes window

Spoken word shortcuts Go to the next or last chapter (if available) Shift-Command-Right Arrow or ShiftCommand-Left Arrow iTunes menu shortcuts Open iTunes Preferences Hide the iTunes window Hide all other applications Quit iTunes File menu shortcuts Create a new playlist Create a new playlist with the selected songs Create a new Smart Playlist Add a file to your music library Close the iTunes window Open the song or CD Info window for the selected song or CD Show where a song file is located Show the currently playing song in the list Edit menu shortcuts Undo your last typing change while still in edit mode Cut the selected songs information or artwork Copy the selected songs information or artwork Paste the selected songs information or artwork Select all the songs in the list Deselect all the songs in the list Hide or show the Artist and Album columns Command-A Shift-Command-A Command-B Command-V Command-C Command-X Command-Z Shift-Command-R Command-L Command-N Shift-Command-N Option-Command-N Command-O Command-W Command-I Command-Comma Command-H Option-Command-H Command-Q

Hide or show the song artwork Open the View Options window for the selected source Control menu shortcuts Start or stop playing the selected song When a song is playing, play the next song in a list When a song is playing, play the previous song in a list Increase the volume Decrease the volume Mute the sound (song keeps playing) Eject a CD Visualizer menu shortcuts Turn the visualizer on or off Switch between visual effects using the entire screen or appearing in the iTunes window (when visualizer is on) Advanced menu shortcuts Stream audio file at a specific URL to iTunes View menu shortcuts Display video half size Display video actual size Display video double size Display video to fit screen Display video full screen Window menu shortcuts Put the iTunes window in the Dock Help menu shortcuts Open iTunes Help General shortcuts

Command-G Command-J

Space Bar Right Arrow

Left Arrow

Command-Up Arrow Command-Down Arrow Option-Command-Down Arrow Command-E

Command-T Command-F

Command-U

Command-0 Command-1 Command-2 Command-3 Command-F

Command-M

Command-?

Open iTunes in safe mode (without external plug-ins)

Command-Option (while opening iTunes)

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