I'm using a Macbook and want to scroll to the top and bottom of documents using the keyboard. Is there a keyboard shortcut that does this?
On a Macbook, try fn+◄ (function + left arrow) for Home and fn+► (function + right arrow) for End.
Sure. Just use cmd-Down or cmd-Up. The cmd key is to either side of the spacebar.
If you hold fn and cmd at the same time, then hit ◄ (left arrow) for scroll to top or ► (right arrow) for scroll to bottom, that should do it.
For clarification, this question must be answered twice:
1. For internet browsers (FF, Safari, Chrome, ...), but also for Apple's Pages it's
cmd+▼ for jumping to bottom and cmd+▲ for jumping back to top.
2. For Finder, and also for Microsoft Word it's
fn+cmd+► for jumping to bottom and fn+cmd+◄ for jumping back to top.
Notice: The shorcuts from 1. will work in Finder, too. When you hit cmd+▼ in Finder you'll open the selected folder or document (same as cmd+O, O for Open). When you hit cmd+▲ in Finder you'll be navigated to the parent folder. With these two you are able to quiete easily navigate in Finder with just keyboard shortcuts.
You need to hold down Fn+Option simultaneously; then to go to the beginning of the document, press the Up cursor as well, while to go to the end of the doc press NOT down, but Right cursor.
Try with: Command+Fn+left arrow/right arrow. Worked for me.
If you are on a website, holding down FN and Left Arrow at the same time takes you to the top. If you are in MS Word for Mac, hold down FN Command and Left Arrow to take you to the top. FN Right Arrow to go to bottom if on a website. FN Command Right Arrow to go to bottom on MS Word for Mac.
Just hold spacebar to scroll down and hold shift + spacebar to scroll up.
Use BetterTouch tool. I made a really useful shortcut fn + two finger scroll up as END and fn + two finger scroll down as HOME