After you reset the Launchpad, you will have to add the apps back to it. To do that, open Finder and navigate to the Applications folder. Select the apps that you want to add back to the Launchpad. You can select them one by one, or select multiple apps by holding down the Command key. With the apps selected, drag & drop them on to the Launchpad icon on the Dock. The app will be added back to the Launchpad.
You can choose from icon, list, column, or Cover Flow view. In Cover Flow view, the browser is split horizontally into two sections. The top section is a graphical view of each item, such as folder icons or a preview of the first page of a document. The bottom section is a list view of the items.
To jump, press VO-J. If you’re using VoiceOver gestures, keep a finger on the trackpad and press the Control key.
Icon view: Use the arrow keys to move to the item you want.
List view: To move down the list rows, press VO-Down Arrow. To expand and collapse a folder, press VO-. To move the VoiceOver cursor across a row and hear information about an item, press VO-Right Arrow. Or press VO-R to hear the entire row read at once.
Column view: To move down the list until you find the folder or file you want, use the Down Arrow key. To move into subfolders, press the Right Arrow key.
Cover Flow view: To flip through the items in the top section and move automatically through the corresponding list rows in the bottom section, press the Left Arrow or Right Arrow key.When you find the file or folder you want to open, use the Finder shortcut Command-O or Command-Down Arrow to open it.
VoiceOver announces when you have selected an alias or a file or folder you don’t have permission to open.
Launchpad is an easy way to find and open apps on your Mac. You can even arrange and organize your apps into folders.