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higuyz this is my first post ok just give me the reply on my post rnrnrngetting

used to using your keyboard exclusively and leaving your mouse behind will make
you much more efficient at performing any task on any windows system. i use the
following keyboard shortcuts every day:rnrnwindows key + r = run menurnrnthis is
usually followed by:rncmd = command promptrniexplore + "web address" = internet
explorerrncompmgmt.msc = computer managementrndhcpmgmt.msc = dhcp
managementrndnsmgmt.msc = dns managementrnservices.msc = servicesrneventvwr =
event viewerrndsa.msc = active directory users and computersrndssite.msc = active
directory sites and servicesrnwindows key + e = explorerrnrnalt + tab = switch
between windowsrnrnalt, space, x = maximize windowrnrnctrl + shift + esc = task
managerrnrnwindows key + break = system propertiesrnrnwindows key + f =
searchrnrnwindows key + d = hide/display all windowsrnrnctrl + c = copyrnrnctrl +
x = cutrnrnctrl + v = pasternrnalso don't forget about the "right-click" key next
to the right windows key on your keyboard. using the arrows and that key can get
just about anything done once you've opened up any program.rnrnrnkeyboard
shortcutsrnrn[alt] and [esc] switch between running applicationsrnrn[alt] and
letter select menu item by underlined letterrnrn[ctrl] and [esc] open program
menurnrn[ctrl] and [f4] close active document or group windows (does not work with
some applications)rnrn[alt] and [f4] quit active application or close current
windowrnrn[alt] and [-] open control menu for active documentrnrnctrl] lft., rt.
arrow move cursor forward or back one wordrnrnctrl] up, down arrow move cursor
forward or back one paragraphrnrn[f1] open help for active
applicationrnrnwindows+m minimize all open windowsrnrnshift+windows+m undo
minimize all open windowsrnrnwindows+f1 open windows helprnrnwindows+tab cycle
through the taskbar buttonsrnrnwindows+break open the system properties dialog
boxrnrnrnrnacessability shortcutsrnrnright shift for eight seconds........ switch
filterkeys on and off.rnrnleft alt +left shift +print screen....... switch high
contrast on and off.rnrnleft alt +left shift +num lock....... switch mousekeys on
and off.rnrnshift....... five times switch stickykeys on and off.rnrnnum
lock...... for five seconds switch togglekeys on and off.rnrnexplorer
shortcutsrnrnend....... display the bottom of the active window.rnrnhome.......
display the top of the active window.rnrnnum lock+asterisk....... on numeric
keypad (*) display all subfolders under the selected folder.rnrnnum lock+plus
sign....... on numeric keypad (+) display the contents of the selected
folder.rnrnnum lock+minus sign....... on numeric keypad (-) collapse the selected
folder.rnrnleft arrow...... collapse current selection if it's expanded, or select
parent folder.rnrnright arrow....... display current selection if it's collapsed,
or select first subfolder.rnrnrnrnrntype the following commands in your run box
(windows key + r) or start runrnrndevmgmt.msc = device managerrnmsinfo32 = system
informationrncleanmgr = disk cleanuprnntbackup = backup or restore wizard (windows
backup utility)rnmmc = microsoft management consolernexcel = microsoft excel (if
installed)rnmsaccess = microsoft access (if installed)rnpowerpnt = microsoft
powerpoint (if installed)rnwinword = microsoft word (if installed)rnfrontpg =
microsoft frontpage (if installed)rnnotepad = notepadrnwordpad = wordpadrncalc =
calculatorrnmsmsgs = windows messengerrnmspaint = microsoft paintrnwmplayer =
windows media playerrnrstrui = system restorernnetscp6 = netscape 6.xrnnetscp =
netscape 7.xrnnetscape = netscape 4.xrnwaol = america onlinerncontrol = opens the
control panelrncontrol printers = opens the printers
dialogrnrnrninternetbrowserrnrntype in u're adress "google", then press [right
ctrl] and [enter]rnadd www. and .com to word and go to itrnrnrnfor windows
xp:rnrncopy. ctrl+crncut. ctrl+xrnpaste. ctrl+vrnundo. ctrl+zrndelete.
deleterndelete selected item permanently without placing the item in the recycle
bin. shift+deleterncopy selected item. ctrl while dragging an itemrncreate
shortcut to selected item. ctrl+shift while dragging an itemrnrename selected
item. f2rnmove the insertion point to the beginning of the next word. ctrl+right
arrowrnmove the insertion point to the beginning of the previous word. ctrl+left
arrowrnmove the insertion point to the beginning of the next paragraph. ctrl+down
arrowrnmove the insertion point to the beginning of the previous paragraph.
ctrl+up arrowrnhighlight a block of text. ctrl+shift with any of the arrow
keysrnselect more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text
within a document. shift with any of the arrow keysrnselect all. ctrl+arnsearch
for a file or folder. f3rnview properties for the selected item. alt+enterrnclose
the active item, or quit the active program. alt+f4rnopens the shortcut menu for
the active window. alt+spacebarrnclose the active document in programs that allow
you to have multiple documents open simultaneously. ctrl+f4rnswitch between open
items. alt+tabrncycle through items in the order they were opened. alt+escrncycle
through screen elements in a window or on the desktop. f6rndisplay the address bar
list in my computer or windows explorer. f4rndisplay the shortcut menu for the
selected item. shift+f10rndisplay the system menu for the active window.
alt+spacebarrndisplay the start menu. ctrl+escrndisplay the corresponding menu.
alt+underlined letter in a menu namerncarry out the corresponding command.
underlined letter in a command name on an open menurnactivate the menu bar in the
active program. f10rnopen the next menu to the right, or open a submenu. right
arrowrnopen the next menu to the left, or close a submenu. left arrowrnrefresh the
active window. f5rnview the folder one level up in my computer or windows
explorer. backspacerncancel the current task. escrnshift when you insert a cd into
the cd-rom drive prevent the cd from automatically playing.rnrnuse these keyboard
shortcuts for dialog boxes:rnrnto pressrnmove forward through tabs. ctrl+tabrnmove
backward through tabs. ctrl+shift+tabrnmove forward through options. tabrnmove
backward through options. shift+tabrncarry out the corresponding command or select
the corresponding option. alt+underlined letterrncarry out the command for the
active option or button. enterrnselect or clear the check box if the active option
is a check box. spacebarrnselect a button if the active option is a group of
option buttons. arrow keysrndisplay help. f1rndisplay the items in the active
list. f4rnopen a folder one level up if a folder is selected in the save as or
open dialog box. backspacernrnif you have a microsoft natural keyboard, or any
other compatible keyboard that includes the windows logo key and the application
key , you can use these keyboard shortcuts:rnrnrndisplay or hide the start menu.
win keyrndisplay the system properties dialog box. win key+breakrnshow the
desktop. win key+drnminimize all windows. win key+mrnrestores minimized windows.
win key+shift+mrnopen my computer. win key+ernsearch for a file or folder. win
key+frnsearch for computers. ctrl+win key+frndisplay windows help. win
key+f1rnlock your computer if you are connected to a network domain, or switch
users if you are not connected to a network domain. win key+ lrnopen the run
dialog box. win key+rrnopen utility manager. win key+urnrnaccessibility keyboard
shortcuts:rnrnswitch filterkeys on and off. right shift for eight secondsrnswitch
high contrast on and off. left alt+left shift+print screenrnswitch mousekeys on
and off. left alt +left shift +num lockrnswitch stickykeys on and off. shift five
timesrnswitch togglekeys on and off. num lock for five secondsrnopen utility
manager. win key+urnrnshortcuts you can use with windows explorer:rnrnrndisplay
the bottom of the active window. endrndisplay the top of the active window.
homerndisplay all subfolders under the selected folder. num lock+asterisk on
numeric keypad (*)rndisplay the contents of the selected folder. num lock+plus
sign on numeric keypad (+)rncollapse the selected folder. num lock+minus sign on
numeric keypad (-)rncollapse current selection if it's expanded, or select parent
folder. left arrowrndisplay current selection if it's collapsed, or select first
subfolder. right arrowrn