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Travis Byrne

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I knew some of the followings, but not all of them. If, like me, you are not so computer knowledgable, they may be of help to you. :D

Here's a few other useful shortcuts:

CTRL + C - Copy items to clipboard
CTRL + V - Paste items from clipboard
CTRL + X - Cut and copy items to clipboard
CTRL + Z - Undo last action
CTRL + A - Select all items on page
CTRL + D - Add page to favorites list
CTRL + B - Open and organize favorites list
CTRL + E - Open search companion
CTRL + I - Open favorites list
CTRL + H - Open history list
CTRL + P - Print page
CTRL + S - Save page
CTRL + W - Close window
CTRL + N - Open new window
CTRL + L - Go to a new location
CTRL + O - Go to a new location
CTRL + F5 - Unconditional refresh
CTRL + R - Refresh page
CTRL + F - Find on this page
CTRL + TAB - Move forward between frames
CTRL + ENTER - Add www. and .com to address bar entry
CTRL + LEFT ARROW - Move cursor left to break in address bar
CTRL + RIGHT ARROW - Move cursor right to break in address bar
CTRL + PRNT SCN - Capture whole screen
CTRL + CLICK - Open multiple favorite folders

ALT + D - Select address bar text
ALT + Z - Display zoom percentages in print preview
ALT + C - Close print preview
ALT + PLUS - Print preview zoom in
ALT + MINUS - Print preview zoom out
ALT + END - Show last page to be printed
ALT + HOME - Show first page to be printed
ALT + RIGHT ARROW - Next page
ALT + LEFT ARROW - Previous page
ALT + A - Number of pages shown in print preview
ALT + P - Set print options
ALT + U - Change Page setup in print preview
ALT + HOME - Return to your homepage
ALT + G - Toggle to Google Toolbar
ALT + F4 - Close Window
ALT + TAB - Cycles through running applications
ALT + PRNT SCN - Screen capture

SHIFT + CLICK - Open link in new window
SHIFT + F3 - Cycle Caps
SHIFT + F10 - Right click menu

WINDOWS + M - Minimize all windows
WINDOWS + D - Show desktop
WINDOWS + TAB - Cycle through taskbar
WINDOWS + R - Run
WINDOWS + E - Open Windows Explorer

UP ARROW - Scroll up
DOWN ARROW - Scroll down
TAB - Toggle forward through page items
ESC - Stop downloading page
BACKSPACE - Back button
F1 - Display help
F5 - Refresh page
F11 - Toggle full screen mode
 

Woody Alan

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Right-click a blank area on the desktop, then select New, Shortcut, from the resulting menu. For the command line use:

C:\WINDOWS\system32\clipbrd.exe

Hit Next and name the shortcut:

ClipBook Viewer

Hit Finish . Viewer will appear on your desktop

Just double-click to see what's on your clipboard. When first run, "restore" the viewer window it will be minimized in the lower left hand corner of the viewer program. To delete the contents of the clipboard using this utility, click the black "X" on the toolbar.

Alan
 

Bodrighy

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I use a lot of these as they are much quicker than fiddling with a mouse. I have also been working with visually impaired students awho of necessity use them. You can get rid of the mouse altogether if you wanted to and use nothing but the keyboard.

Pete
 

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just to add another........


Ctrl + Shift + Esc

that will bring up task manager, tis very handy when explorer.exe has stopped responding.

*takes Nerd glasses off again*

ta

Matt
 
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