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?
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.