Are you looking for an easy way to select multiple files on your Mac? Selecting multiple files is a useful way to batch-copy, organize, or delete multiple files at once. This blog will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to select multiple files on Mac.
I have to admit that as a Windows user I get confuse with the keys every now and then however the process is very similar, other than the way to navigate to the folder you want to get to.
Open the Finder window on your Mac. This is the window that appears when you click the Finder icon in the Dock.
- Navigate to the folder containing the files you want to select.
- Click and hold the Shift key on your keyboard and then click the first file you want to select.
- While still holding the Shift key, click the last file you want to select. All the files between the two you clicked will be selected automatically.
- If you want to select multiple files that are not in a sequence, hold down the Command key while you click each individual file.
- If you want to select all the files in the folder, press Command+A.
That’s it! Selecting multiple files on Mac is easy and can be done in just a few steps. Now you’ll be able to quickly and easily select multiple files on your Mac to batch-copy, organize, or delete them.
I hope this post help you, if you have any trouble following the steps drop me a line I will see if I can help.