10 Time Saving Keyboard Shortcuts
1. Make a quick exit:
ALT - F4 will terminate any program immediately.
2. Flick - don't click:
ALT - TAB to flick through open programs.
3. Make a quick selection:
CTRL - SHIFT and move cursor with left / right / up / down
arrows to quickly select areas of text.
4. Cut, copy and paste to the chase:
CTRL - X / C / V to cut, copy and paste selected text.
5. Undo what you've done:
CTRL - Z will undo anything. (And to redo: CTRL - Y
although this varies between programs.)
6. Page - don't scroll:
In MSIE use Page Up & Page Down to save time fiddling with
the scroll bar.
7. E for explorer:
WINDOWS KEY - E to open windows explorer. Use up and down
arrows to quickly navigate through folders.
8. Rapidly rename:
F2 - rename a file or folder in Windows Explorer
9. Find it fast:
CTRL - F to find text on a page (And CTRL - H replace it).
10. Fly through forms:
Use TAB to move forward through forms and SHIFT-TAB to move
Author: Steve Robson