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Since I am a big fan of hotkeys, I thought it would be a nice idea to put a near-comprehensive list together (through research aka googling) ~Smile~

Win = Start Menu, Win + Pause = System Properties,

Win + D = Show Desktop,  Win + M = Minimize all windows,  Win + E = Launch Win Explorer (@ My Computer), 

Win + R = Run Command,  Win + Shift + M = Maximize all windows,  Win + L (XP) = Lock OS, 

Alt + Tab = Shift between Windows, Alt + Shift + Tab = Shift between Windows (Reverse Order), Alt + Spacebar + N = Minimize current window,

Alt + F4 = Close Current Window, Alt + Spacebar + X = Maximize, Alt + Spacebar + R = Restore,

Ctrl+X = Cut, Ctrl+C = Copy, Ctrl+V = Paste, Ctrl+A = Select ALL, Ctrl+P = Print, Ctrl+ Shift + F10 = Shows Context Menu (Mouse Right Click Effect),

Ctrl+Esc = Start Menu, Ctrl + Shift + Esc  = Show Task Manager, 

Application Specific (generally): Ctrl + S = Save, Ctrl + F = Find

@ Desktop/Win Explorer: F2 = Rename File,  F3/Win + S = Launch Search

Quick Hint: Those who hate typing long folder names/paths can simply drag and drop the whole entry from Windows Explorer Address Bar to Command prompt. (click on the left most end to pick)

Win Key is usually a key which has either the word 'Win' inscribed on it or carries the Windows amblem on it. Such keys are usually present on Microsoft specifc keyboards so if you are from Non-MS side of world and have a 'non-MS' keyboard then it may be difficult to find that key cuz' it may not even exist on the keyboard. In summary the presence of the Win key it really depends on the kind of keyboard that you have.

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I've found on a few websites that "invert selection" is Ctrl+Shift+A or I...they just caps lock and italicize the selection, respectively. What is the true hotkey?
Left by Kel on Aug 25, 2005 4:49 PM

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Unfortunately, I have not come across that combo yet. I have seen, what you mentioned, as application specific commands not for Windows in general. Please do let me know if you happen to discover it.
Left by Farhan Khan on Aug 25, 2005 8:09 PM

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Ctrl+X = Cut
Ctrl+C = Copy
Ctrl+V = Paste
Ctrl+P = Print
Win = Start Menu
Ctrl+Esc = Start Menu
Ctrl+Shift+Esc = Task Manager
Left by Bob on Sep 03, 2005 8:22 AM

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Win m, and win d are practically the same thing. Why did windows make both of them as hotkeys. Also why isn't there a hotkey to minimize the current window. It would be usefull to have it there.
Left by Billy on Sep 14, 2005 1:52 PM

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This may not be a real 'hotkey', but it works. It goes thru the menu of a window/application to minimize it:
alt, spacebar, N
Left by an0nym0uZe on Sep 24, 2005 3:28 AM

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Thank you guys. I am going to update the original post with all your valuable hotkeys :)
Left by Farhan Khan on Sep 28, 2005 11:30 AM

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I use Alt+F4 all the time. It closes the current window. I am surprised it is not on the list.
Left by timmy on Oct 27, 2005 6:48 PM

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@Billy
Win+M and Win+D, though similar, are subtly different. Win+M minimizes all open windows, whereas Win+D shows the desktop. The show desktop feature will minimize all open windows, and, it also hides any open dialogue boxes.
Open one or more windows, then open say, display properties. Win+M minimizes the windows, but leaves dispaly properties open. Win+D minimize the windows, and hides the properties dialogue.
Left by patrick on Nov 19, 2005 12:32 AM

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hey, i'm just wondering if there was a hotkey for invert selection (it can generally be found under edit). It is kind of weird that i can't seem to stumble upon a hotkey for it.

It would probably be a good idea if they implemented a hotkey for it in vista, if it doesn't exist already.. oh well :)
Left by kevin on Dec 01, 2005 9:09 AM

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any thing in the menubar menus that has an underlined letter has a hot key. try Alt+E+I for invert selection. just follow the underlined letters in the menu system in the format Alt+1+2+... these are of course application specific
Left by micah on Dec 10, 2005 12:03 PM

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Alt+Shift+Tab shifts between windows in reverse order
Left by micah on Dec 10, 2005 12:05 PM

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Alt+Spacebar+X - maximize
Alt+Spacebar+R - restore
Left by micah on Dec 10, 2005 12:09 PM

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some keyboards have a key between the Win key and Ctrl on the right of the Spacebar. this is the hotkey for the right-click menu. use this button plus underlined letter hierarchy for application specific right-click menu hotkeys
Left by micah on Dec 10, 2005 12:13 PM

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Win+Pause => System Properties
Left by joe on Dec 22, 2005 6:26 AM

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Control + Shift + F10 - Shows context menu (right click) without having the little button or a mouse. I hate that.
Left by Spork on Dec 22, 2005 5:53 PM

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Start + E launches explorer
Left by Steven on Jan 22, 2006 7:57 AM

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creating a folder ? any one know the hot key for that?

or... virtually all hot-keys for the right-click ??
Left by mike in charlotte on Jan 23, 2006 8:32 AM

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Alt + D toggles the desktop. Alt + M (minimize windows) is reversed by Shift + Alt + M.
Left by Mark F on Jan 27, 2006 9:16 AM

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Correction: Win + D toggles desktop. Win + M (minimize windows) is reversed by Shift + Win + M.
Left by Mark F on Jan 27, 2006 9:22 AM

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ctrl + w : close current window
Left by another steve on Mar 31, 2006 11:29 PM

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Yes, but can we program the Win+ key. For example, I think it would be great to have Win+C launch a command window.
Left by SamAntix on Apr 01, 2006 7:35 AM

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Nice job.

It might be worth noting some of the Windows Explorer hot keys... I use "Win+E" to launch, then the up/down/left/right arrows in the folders pane to get to a directory, and finally the tab key to get to the files pane.

This is just about only thing I can do faster on Windows than I can at a bash command line (with tab completions).

Of course once I get there I often have to touch the mouse which is way over there a few hundred milliseconds off the keyboard...
Left by Q Neill on Apr 20, 2006 1:56 PM

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Anybody knows the hotkey for renaming a file?
Kinda annoying if u r renaming alot of files and have to right click or slooow double click it.
Left by Eej Es Dee Ef on Jun 14, 2006 8:17 AM

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for a quick file rename solution, I use the button between the Win key and CTRL key on the right side (right click key). you can hit it and and then two clicks on the up arrow puts you at the rename option. you can get pretty quick after a few tries.
Left by Out to Water on Jun 14, 2006 11:10 PM

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Like the above poster said, the right click key, but press M to rename
Left by colt on Jun 21, 2006 11:51 AM

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press F2 to rename files/folder.
press F6 with IE as the active window and it will highlight the URL text box
press F1 for help
Left by keith on Jun 27, 2006 7:21 PM

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alt F closes window, i think thats an explorer hot key though...
Left by patrick on Aug 08, 2006 1:07 AM

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if you click once on a folder/file and then click it again a half second later you can rename it. You have to do it just a bit slower than double clicking.

I also often use f5 to reload a webpage.
Right click w f makes a new folder really fast when you are in a window.

Ctrl z = undo
ctrl d = bookmark a webpage
ctrl + = zooms on a webpage
ctrl wheel mouse also zooms a webpage
ctrl shift and right or left arrow highlights the entire next word

I found this site because I was looking for a hotkey to mimimize a window.
Left by No Use For A Name on Aug 19, 2006 8:34 PM

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Ctrl+A = select all, either text or icons
Home = go to the first icon inside a folder or go to the first letter in a text-line
End = go to last icon or last letter
Alt+ Print screen = screen-captures the current window ONLY without the taskbar and without anything else with it if it is a small window

shift+left (or right) arrow = selects sentences in a word processor in paces of letters (i.e. select letter by letter)

Ctrl+left (or right) arrow = moves to the left or to the right in a word processor in paces of one word

+shift = combined with the upper keys, it selects word by word (i.e. selection by words not letters)
Left by Dark Templar on Sep 13, 2006 9:35 AM

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WIN + F to open Find All Files (search disk for files)
Very useful if you need to collect files scattered all over the place.
Left by Maximus on Sep 28, 2006 9:35 AM

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..And of course, the [Alt]+[Ctrl]+[Del] combination opens WTM (Windows Task Manager) :)))
Left by Juozas on Oct 11, 2006 1:28 AM

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what is "win" ? i don't know where can i find it....lol
Left by ..... on Aug 26, 2007 7:46 AM

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hey guys what the hell is the word"win"....wer can i locate that????????????:(
Left by DotA on Aug 26, 2007 7:54 AM

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Win is usually a key which has either the word 'Win' on it or has the Microsoft Windows amblem on it.
Such keys are usually present on Microsoft specifc keyboards so if you are from Non-MS side of world and have a 'non-MS' keyboard then it may be difficult to find that key cuz' it may not even exist on the keyboard.
In summary the presence of the Win key it really depends on the kind of keyboard that you have.
Left by Farhan Khan on Aug 27, 2007 9:21 AM

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This helps so much. :)

Everything you guys have said, some I knew and some I didn't. But still, it helped remind me of some things I knew and forgot about.

I'm teaching some people basic computer skills and this helps give the student a little bit of fun. I told my student not to go to school--I'll show them all they need. I dislike how the classes teach you the basics and miss out what you REALLY need to know, such as hot-key commands, keeping a computer top notch and running efficiently, and the things to do and not to do to a computer.

It's the students of these classes that keeps us programmers and computer physicians in business. True those classes are helping us stay alive by creating not-so intelligent computer folk, but they are also crippling the world's future since technology is our future.

This forum helped me a TON! Half my students don't even know that the TAB key helps you skip around on the pages and is much faster than dragging the mouse all over the place. Some other ideas are the Ctrl keys with the arrows, to help you jump letters or words, Ctrl + Home/End to jump to the full beginning or end of the entire document. Print Screen copies the entire screen within your monitor's frame (unless you're one of those strange few who's computer ACTUALLY prints the entire screen :) ). On the number pad, if the Number Lock isn't turns on those arrows work much the same. Also about Tabs, it helps you jump around the entire page without using the mouse.

It bothers me when a student of mine has to call me for aid because their mouse suddenly doesn't work anymore and they can't do anything. I dislike school for this reason: they don't teach the student how to still be able to use the computer in case the mouse dies. I had to learn the hard way; I taught myself everything.

This post is far too long. I just want to give my compliments to everyone for adding in their thoughts in this forum. I plan to keep checking in from time-to-time.

Kitty
Left by Kitty Felone on Sep 05, 2007 3:24 PM

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These work in both IE and Firefox.

Middle mouse click over a tab in a web browser closes the tab.
Right Clicking shows several options.
Ctrl + T opens a new tab.
Ctrl + W closes the current tab.
F5 Refreshes the current tab.
Alt + Home goes back to the homepage.
Home makes you jump to the top of the current tab.
End makes you jump to the bottom of the current tab.
Ctrl + Tab cycles through all open tabs.
Left by . on Sep 13, 2007 5:41 PM

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does anyone know how to change or add hotkeys through the control panel?
Left by help?? on Oct 30, 2007 1:43 AM

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If U want 2 create your own hotkeys, U can use some already made application like 4 example http://www.snapfiles.com/get/qshotkeys.html
Left by Bench on Nov 13, 2007 5:18 AM

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Yep! This post helps me a lot! I usually use the Win key to pop the Start menu up, but my new laptop doesn't have that key! I've got to search and eventually see this post. Now, my problem is solved! ;)

More hotkeys:

Alt + (Shift) + Esc : Switch between windows. This is different from Alt + (Shift) + Tab in that it switch to the new window directly, without showing the "tasks window".
Left by CreatZy on Feb 28, 2008 12:23 PM

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for those of you who dont know the word Win means the lil windows drawing key right next to Ctrl and to the left of alt on the left down side of the keyboard
Left by Manuel on Mar 09, 2008 3:37 AM

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if you want to delete a file you use ctrl + d
Left by vinod on Jun 24, 2008 7:49 PM

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A useful way to combine the benefits of the command prompt and the hotkeys is to CREATE NEW COMMANDS. You can do this by dragging a shortcut to the folder named WINDOWS.

For instance drag a shortcut named skype to that folder and you're able to start skype with just hitting first the hotkey WIN+R and then writing skype. I start all the programs I use like this.
Left by creating own commands on Aug 15, 2008 9:34 PM

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This thread is full of win. Bless you all.
Left by Fernando on Oct 02, 2008 12:48 PM

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I thought there was a way of assigning a hotkey to a command through registry, without needing to turn to thirty party sofware. Does anyone knows if it is possible?
Left by David on Oct 14, 2008 2:10 AM

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love this
Left by chris on Jan 18, 2009 1:12 PM

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It kinda sucks that most keyboard and mouse drivers won't recognize the "win" key.

Alt + arrow keys allows you to scroll through your program menubar. Pretty obvious, but some people honestly don't know.
Left by Anonymous on Mar 01, 2009 4:01 PM

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like said above:
ctrl+w closes a tab in Internet explorer and firefox, it closes a window in (normal) explorer, and it closes a file in adobe programs (pdf reader, photoshop, etc)

ctrl + q closes all tabs in firefox, and all files in adobe (pdf reader, photoshop, etc)

ctrl+(shift+) tab is also usefull in a lot of programs, for tabbing between parts of the program, or files opened in the program.
(shift=reverse)

esc closes menu's or cancelles something you are doing

ctrl + home / ctrl+ end is going to the full start or full end of something (like a list of files in explorer)

middlemouse/mousewheel-click or leftmouse+rightmouse on a link opens it in a new tab (in firefox at least, i guess internet explorer also)

ctrl+ l = set focus on the adressbar (in firefox)
ctrl + e = set focus on searchbar (in firefox)

f11 = full screen in much programs
alt+enter = also full screen in much programs


and i also want to point to a really magnificent program(not exaggerating, i love it) called autohotkey. It's free, and it is a very easy programming/scripting thing with which you can make your own hotkeys for whatever you want. (and you can do very much more with it) If you want to customize something for your own needs, this thing is great.

thanks for all the hotkeys! i found some which are new for me also, and very usefull :D
Left by Spot on Apr 12, 2009 8:37 AM

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forgot a really obvious one:
alt+f4 shuts down a program


and i'm not sure if this one is mentioned befroe:
ctrl+y is redo (the opposite of ctrl+z, undo)
Left by Spot on Apr 12, 2009 9:04 AM

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hotkey to rename a file: F2
Left by JJ on May 15, 2009 3:00 AM

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thank very much
Left by rot on May 29, 2009 9:12 PM

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shift+insert = ctrl+v
Left by orochimaru on Jul 24, 2009 10:29 AM

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ALT+B+U inverses the selection on a german xp.
When you hit ALT you see that a letter is underlined, that's your shortcut. Hit ALT+B for the menu item "Edit" than U to inverse.
Left by Xsss4hell on Jul 28, 2009 10:56 AM

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ALT+ENTER to enter any properties dialog of a folder/file.
OR MENU+I as said before.. remember the underlined letters.
Left by Xsss4hell on Jul 28, 2009 10:59 AM

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Thanks for Win + E really helped me out!

But I should probably be thanking Microsoft :s
Left by Dave on Sep 21, 2009 7:27 AM

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ctrl+alt+arrow key= rotate screen
Left by ben. on Oct 07, 2009 5:06 AM

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Win+Tab - Vista style Alt-Tab (under Vista)
Left by alexander on Oct 21, 2009 1:07 PM

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I would like to edit my shortcut keys so that I can push "control 2" and it enters my home address or type "zc" and it types in my email.
This would save us a lot of typing.
Most of all I would like to write a program that does this.
Left by tl on Dec 02, 2009 12:16 PM

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When url highlighted, Alt+Enter copies the current tab. (firefox, ie at least)
Quite convenient to use F6 or Ctrl+L to highlight url and then Alt+Enter to copy tab.
Left by kehveli on Dec 19, 2009 8:57 AM

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Guys,
My daughter was fiddling with my laptop when i was not around.Afterwards when I try maximising a window it only opens till half the screen(Monitor).

Any thoughts on how I can undo this?

Thanks In advance
Left by Umesh on Jan 05, 2010 11:46 AM

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In addition to Patrick (http://geekswithblogs.net/cenvy/archive/2005/08/18/50562.aspx#60552)

Win+D also shows all the windows wich have been hidden by this command. Win+m doesn't

I agree it's sucks that is not a hotkey to minimize the current window
Left by another(Ilya, Russian) on Jan 05, 2010 7:42 PM

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New hotkeys for Windows 7 that most people don't know about:

WIN+LEFT ARROW - Move window to the left maximized, or rotate through monitors
WIN+RIGHT ARROW - Same
WIN+UP ARROW - Maximizes current application to current monitor
WIN+DOWN ARROW - Minimizes current application
Left by Matt on Feb 03, 2010 11:54 AM

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Hey!

I'm trying to find something the IT guy at my work is using. I forgot to ask him last week, and now he is off for vacation for a week.
He is running with three monitors, and had shitloads of windows/programs open.
When he was changing from one program to another, he was using hotkeys to make all the open windows shrink and align themself next to eachother on the monitor, so he could easily see every window and page he had open in a minimized version.
Kind of like Windows Vista does when you alt-tab or w-tab,
just different..
It's hard to explain, but I'm sure if anyone of you have been working with this, you know what I mean.

I have no idea if this was a program he was using, or a windows default. I've never seen it before, so I don't know.
Left by Hege Ch. on Feb 12, 2010 5:57 PM

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shift+delete = delete file (bypasses recycle bin)
ctrl+n = new window
Left by . on Feb 22, 2010 12:31 PM

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F6 - Pointer moves to addressbar
F11 - Full screen mode.
Left by Karthik on Jul 21, 2010 1:36 AM

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Oh, c'mon... WIN + 1, 2, 3, 4... starts the 1st, 2nd, 3rd... program in your quick launch list (left-bottom corner beside the Windows logo / Start button)
Left by darkplant on Aug 30, 2010 9:30 AM

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Try WinKeyPlus (http://www.winkeyplus.com).
It allows you to map custom hotkeys and disable keys.
Left by Curator on Nov 03, 2010 10:54 PM

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CTRL + F4 will close active window/tab inside the active program
Left by teohell on Nov 17, 2010 8:03 AM

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oh, and F5 refreshes page in all browsers
Left by teohell on Nov 17, 2010 8:07 AM

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for windows 7 not really a shortcut for inverse but if you go to edit and select inverse that works: a semi shortcut - alt+E+I
Left by dood345 on Nov 27, 2010 12:46 AM

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Win = Start Menu, Win + Pause = System Properties,

Win + D = Show Desktop,
Win + M = Minimize all windows,
Win + E = Launch Win Explorer (@ My Computer),
Win + Shift + M = Maximize all windows,
Alt + Shift + Tab = Shift between Windows (Reverse Order),
Alt + Tab = Shift between Windows
Alt + Spacebar + N = Minimize current window,
Alt + F4 = Close Current Window,
Alt + Spacebar + X = Maximize
Alt + Spacebar + R = Restore

Win + R = Run Command, Win + L (XP) = Lock OS,
ctrl+alt+arrow key= rotate screen
Ctrl+Esc = Start Menu
Ctrl + Shift + Esc = Show Task Manager
ctrl + w : close current window

Alt+ Print screen = screen-captures the current window ONLY
F2 = Rename File

Internet Commands

Middle mouse click over a tab in a web browser closes the tab.
Right Clicking shows several options.
Ctrl + T opens a new tab.
Ctrl + W closes the current tab.
F5 Refreshes the current tab.
Alt + Home goes back to the homepage.
Home makes you jump to the top of the current tab.
End makes you jump to the bottom of the current tab.
Ctrl + Tab cycles through all open tabs.

BASIC Commands

Ctrl+X = Cut
Ctrl+C = Copy
Ctrl+V = Paste
Ctrl+A = Select ALL
Ctrl+P = Print
Ctrl+ Shift + F10 = Shows Context Menu (Mouse Right Click Effect),


Ctrl + S = Save, Ctrl + F = Find

, F3/Win + S = Launch Search
Left by Sroom on Dec 16, 2010 5:35 AM

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What would really be useful is a hotley similar to Alt+Tab, but would push one window forward after another to the front of the stack. Just a thought.
Left by Joshua Stowers on Mar 23, 2011 10:52 PM

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Looking for a hotkey similar to ALT+Space Bar that instead of activating the application menu, activates the similar menu at the upper left corner of an active window within the application window. For example, if you do not have a spread sheet file window maximized within the Excel application window, there is a menu that activates on the upper left corner of the spread sheet file window. That is the menu that I would like a hotkey for. Other applications besides Excel have a similar menu.
Left by Steve Rook on Jun 04, 2012 9:58 AM

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