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Everything you need to know about the MacBook’s trackpad gestures

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Everything you need to know about the MacBook’s trackpad gestures

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The trackpad of a MacBook is a wonderful thing. You can do a lot of stuff if you know the trackpad shortcuts off the top of your head. But with so many gestures, it can be a bit hard to remember all of them. So, here’s a nifty list for you to remember.

MacBook trackpad gestures

  • Right-click:
     Tap with two fingers.
  • Scroll:
    Slide two fingers up or down.
  • Zoom in/out:
    Pinch with two fingers to zoom in or out.
  • Swipe between pages: 
    Swipe left or right with two fingers to switch to previous or next page.
  • Swipe between apps:
    Swipe three or four fingers left or right to switch between full-screen apps and desktop
  • Open Launchpad:
    Pinch three fingers and thumb.
  • Show desktop:
    Spread three fingers and thumb.
  • Show all the apps you’re using:
    Swipe down with four fingers.
  • Show mission control:
    Swipe up with four fingers.
  • Rotate an object: 
    Move a thumb and a finger around an object (like photo) to rotate it.
  • Smart zoom:
    Double tap to automatically zoom to a specific part on a webpage or in a PDF file.

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