Command-Click a window’s title to show the document’s location

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Sometimes you open a document via “Recent Items” and you don’t know where the document really lives. You can ⌘-click on the title of the document, in the title bar, and get a drop-down menu showing you exactly where it is. If you slide down that menu and select something, you’ll open that folder. Handy. See below.

command-click

Some programs will give you “something” if you click and hold on the window’s title. Some have a little downward-pointing arrow that gives you other options. Worth exploring. But the ⌘-click always works.

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