Mac Basics: How To Rename Files

There are many ways to rename a file or folder on your Mac. You can do it in the Finder with a menu bar command, a keyboard shortcut or the context menu. You can also rename files while working on them in apps. There are also options to batch rename multiple files.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Mac Basics: How To Rename Files”

    Ken V
    10 months ago

    I use a much simpler way to rename files. I select the file (click) I want renamed and then click again. It is the same as hitting return. Ken

    Carl Geis
    10 months ago

    I like the information you share in Mac basics. Perfect for people who are new to Mac.

    Tom Gonser
    10 months ago

    Agree Mac Basics extremely useful. Even experienced users often will find another, often easier, way to accomplish a frequently used task. Other sources for Mac information seem oblivious to the need for including “basics” periodically.

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