How to use Windows Explorer keyboard shortcuts.
This question was answered on March 7, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Use shortcut keys as an alternative to the mouse when working in Windows Explorer.
For those novice users, Windows Explorer is not the same as Windows Internet Explorer Windows Explorer will allow you to view & edit all files on your system
To open Windows Explorer: Click on the start button, navigate to the programs option, then go to the Windows Explorer program & click on it.
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NUM LOCK ASTERISK (*)
NUM LOCK PLUS SIGN ( )
NUM LOCK MINUS SIGN (-)
Display the bottom of the active window
Display the top of the active window
Display all subfolders under the selected folder
Display the contents of the selected folder.
Collapse the selected folder
Collapse current selection if expanded, or select parent folder.
Display current selection if collapsed, or select first subfolder
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Posted by Michal of Data Doctors on March 7, 2003