Windows key to minimize all windowsPosted: 2/21/2001
If you had to minimize all your windows to get to the desktop quickly (in a windows environment), how would you do it? There are several ways, but the quickest (for folks who prefer keyboard shortcuts) is to use the "windows key" (on keyboard that have this special key).
Windows Key to open Windows ExplorerPosted: 2/21/2001
You probably need to access your computers directory tree and fil display, but if you do that by minimizing all your windows to get to "my computer" on your desktop, you're wasting time.
Traversing Directories in Windows Explorer and other File/Directory WindowsPosted: 1/21/2001
Once you are inside Windows Explorer (or my computer, or really any other file/directory browsing window based on that interface, including ColdFusion Studio, Outlook's Folders, and more), you may find that you are often expanding and contracting directory displays by clicking on the "plus" sign next to the directory name.
Moving document up/down with Ctrl+up/downPosted: 1/21/2001
This is a useful tip for those already familiar with using the keyboard to navigate screens and documents. Rather than use the up or down arrow (or window slider or mouse gadgets) to move a document up and down in your view, use Ctrl+up/down arrow.
MS Office tip: Repeat last actionPosted: 1/21/2001
This tip will only be useful for MS Office and related tools (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Etc.): f4 will repeat whatever last command you entered. So while they don't allow f3 to repeat a find like most tools, you can use f4 after doing a find to repeat it.
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