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CTRL+z -- undo
CTRL+y -- redo
CTRL+a -- select all
CTRL+x --cut
CTRL+c --copy
CTRL+v --paste
CTRL+p ?print
CTRL+s --save


CTRL+ALT+DEL--reboots the computer ?eventually. First, it'll tell you
what's hung up.
CTRL+esc-- same as clicking on the "start button" in the taskbar area of
the screen
ALT+F4 shuts down the selected program.
TAB--VERY USEFUL. takes you from one field to another, one "button" to
another, one icon to another etc.
SHIFT+TAB -- it tabs you backward
HOME ?to beginning of line or far left of field or screen.
END --to end of line, or far right of field or screen.
CTRL+home -- to the top
CTRL+END -- to the bottom
PAGE UP -- moves you up in your document or dialogue box by one page
PAGE DOWN -- moves you down in your document or dialogue list by one page
ARROW KEYS--these will move you about the screen or dialogue box, or menu,
not just a document. Modifier keys like CTRL and SHIFT when pressed at same
time as arrow keys or page up and page down will perform selection and
larger movements. For instance, CTRL + right arrow jumps to next word, and
SHIFT+CTRL+RIGHT ARROW selects the whole word.
ESC -- to cancel, or get rid of something like box or window that popped up
when you didn't want it (or if you change your mind) etc.
ALT + the underlined letter in a menu item carries out the action.

SHIFT+F10條ike right click, brings up context menu
ALT+TAB梒ycles through open applications
[ALT] + down arrow--opens up a "Drop down list" -those little arrows that
sit next to fields in which you must make a choice, for instance in the
"Look in" field of an "Open" dialogue box.
[ALT] + TAB --holding down the [ALT] and hitting tab cycles you
through open applications.
Thus, to sign off windows 95: CTRL+ESC, UP, ENTER, ENTER.

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So confusing. Too hard, too difficult to follow and too much headache.

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khonthakek wrote:

CTRL+z -- undo
CTRL+y -- redo
CTRL+a -- select all
CTRL+x --cut
CTRL+c --copy
CTRL+v --paste
CTRL+p ?print
CTRL+s --save


CTRL+ALT+DEL--reboots the computer ?eventually. First, it'll tell you
what's hung up.
CTRL+esc-- same as clicking on the "start button" in the taskbar area of
the screen
ALT+F4 shuts down the selected program.
TAB--VERY USEFUL. takes you from one field to another, one "button" to
another, one icon to another etc.
SHIFT+TAB -- it tabs you backward
HOME ?to beginning of line or far left of field or screen.
END --to end of line, or far right of field or screen.
CTRL+home -- to the top
CTRL+END -- to the bottom
PAGE UP -- moves you up in your document or dialogue box by one page
PAGE DOWN -- moves you down in your document or dialogue list by one page
ARROW KEYS--these will move you about the screen or dialogue box, or menu,
not just a document. Modifier keys like CTRL and SHIFT when pressed at same
time as arrow keys or page up and page down will perform selection and
larger movements. For instance, CTRL + right arrow jumps to next word, and
SHIFT+CTRL+RIGHT ARROW selects the whole word.
ESC -- to cancel, or get rid of something like box or window that popped up
when you didn't want it (or if you change your mind) etc.
ALT + the underlined letter in a menu item carries out the action.

SHIFT+F10條ike right click, brings up context menu
ALT+TAB梒ycles through open applications
[ALT] + down arrow--opens up a "Drop down list" -those little arrows that
sit next to fields in which you must make a choice, for instance in the
"Look in" field of an "Open" dialogue box.
[ALT] + TAB --holding down the [ALT] and hitting tab cycles you
through open applications.
Thus, to sign off windows 95: CTRL+ESC, UP, ENTER, ENTER.

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more..............>>wink.gif




 I've concluded that you are bored at work to post this. But thanks.biggrin



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