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Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Top 10 keyboard shortcuts everyone should know - Computer Tips

Using key pad shortcuts can greatly increase your productivity, reduce repetitive strain, and help keep you focused. For example, featuring written text with the laptop key pad and pushing Control + C is much faster than taking your hand from the laptop key pad, featuring the writing using the mouse, clicking copy from the computer file menu, and then putting your send in place on the laptop key pad. Below are our top 10 key pad shortcuts we recommend everyone memorize and use.

Ctrl + C or Control + Insert

Copy the highlighted written text or selected item.

Ctrl + V or Move + Insert

Paste the writing or object that's in the clipboard.

Ctrl + Z and Control + Y

Undo any change. For example, if you cut written text, pushing this will reverse it. This can also often be pressed multiple times to reverse multiple changes. Pressing Control + Y would redo the reverse.

Ctrl + F

Open the Find in any system. This includes your Web browser to find written text on the current web page.

Alt + Tab or Alt + Esc

Quickly change between open programs moving forward.

Tip: Media Control + Tab to change between tabs in a system.

Tip: Adding the Move key to Alt + Tab or Control + Tab will shift backwards. For example, if you are pushing Alt + Tab and pass the system you want to change to, press Alt + Move + Tab to shift backwards to that system.

Tip: Windows Vista and 7 users can also press the Windows Key + Tab to change through open programs in a full screenshot of the Window.

Ctrl + Back area and Control + Left or Right arrow

Pressing Control + Backspace will delete a full term at once instead of a single character.

Holding down the Control key while pushing the left or right pointer will shift the cursor one term at once instead of one character at once. If you wanted to highlight one term at once you can hold down Control + Move and then press the left or right pointer key to shift one term at once in that direction while featuring each term.

Ctrl + S

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While working on a papers or other computer file in almost every system pushing Control + S will save that computer file. This shortcut key should be used frequently anytime you're working on anything important.

Ctrl + Home or Control + End

Move the cursor to the beginning or end of a papers.

Ctrl + P

Print the site being viewed. For example, the papers in Microsoft Word or the website in your Web browser.

Page Up, Space bar, and Page Down

Pressing either the site up or web page down key will shift that web the first page web page at once in that direction. When browsing the Internet pushing the area bar will also shift the site down one web page at once. If you press Move and the Space bar the site will go up a web page at once.