Do you know any of the general keyboard shortcuts when editing a lot, such things as cutting and pasting in Windows?
I read the question "Do you know any of the general keyboard shortcuts when editing a lot, such things as cutting and pasting in Windows?" There is another one that I use all the time and is hard to find --- <ctrl><f6> which switches to the next open file in programs that support multiple open files like Excel. Really handy.
This question was answered on February 8, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.Dont quite understand the question but if you were looking for basic WinXP keyboard shortcuts here are a few:
Close CTRL W
Copy CTRL C
Cut CTRL X
Find CTRL F3
Minimize Window Windows Key* M
Move to Recycling CTRL DEL
New Folder/Document CTRL N
Open CTRL O
Open Start Menu Windows Key*
Paste CTRL V
Page Up/Down Page Up/Down Keys
Print CTRL P
Print Screen ALT Print Screen Key
Quit ALT F4
Reboot/Restart CTRL ALT DEL
Save CTRL S
Select All CTRL A
Undo CTRL Z
* Not all keyboards have the Windows key
CTRL is the abbreviation for the Control key
DEL is the abbreviation for the Delete key
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Posted by Enyenihi of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on February 8, 2003