One of the greatest things about computers is that they've simplified our lives. Just think about typing.
If you ever used an old typewriter, you know you could spend 15 minutes typing a page. Then, you'd spend a few more minutes trying to correct misspelled words, incorrect spacing and the like.
These days, you can create a document in a program like Pages for Mac. You add colors, images, change font sizes and fix corrections as you go.
Still, you run into delays, like copying and pasting. You have to stop what you're doing, and take a few extra minutes out of your schedule, which can be a problem, if you're on a deadline.
One way to cut down on these delays is CheatSheet. You simply open a page of shortcuts for functions like copying and pasting, spell checking, and more, by just pressing the ⌘ key. (See photo.)
Note: To use CheatSheet, you must be using MAC OS X 10.7 or later. To check: Click on the Apple icon on the top left-hand corner of your screen >> About This Mac. For Windows 10: See shortcuts here.
Click on blue link >> green Download button >> open CheatSheet .zip >> CheatSheet app >> Contents >> MacOS >> CheatSheet.