The inspiration for these 11 keyboard shortcuts came from a dead battery in a wireless USB mouse. However, a few must be used in conjuction with a mouse click.
11 Keyboard shortcuts for Mac OS X worth remembering, in no particular order...
Boot from CD.
mouse down(on boot)
Force quit current app.
Reminiscent of ctrl-alt-del on that other OS.
Cycle through current application's windows.
cmd-tabto cycle through applications, but oftentimes one has multiple windows of the same application and needs to cycle through them.
Force Quit dialog
shift-cmd-4 + space + click
Screen dump highlighted window.
Everyone knows the
shift-cmd-4screen shot shortcuts, but this one is slightly different in that it allows you to grab the chrome of a particular application window.
Highlight the Menu.
Starts with the Apple menu highlighted. Use arrows to navigate.
Highlight the Dock.
Hide current application.
Not that you would have anything incriminating visible in the current application, right?
cmd + drag background window title-bar
Adjust a window partially obscured by the top-most window.