Thursday, 16 February 2012

short cut keys of windows 7..


General Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Alt + D Move focus to address bar in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer
  • Alt + D, Tab Move focus to search bar in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer
  • Alt + Enter or Alt + Double Click on File Open Properties window of selected item
  • Alt + Esc Cycle through all open windows.
  • Alt + P Turn Preview Pane on or off in Windows Explorer
  • Alt + Left Arrow Go back in Windows Explorer
  • Alt + Right Arrow Go forward in Windows Explorer
  • Alt + underlined letter Display the corresponding menu or Perform the menu command
  • Alt + Up Arrow Go Up a directory in Windows Explorer
  • Alt + Tab select a open items or windows to see.
  • Alt + Spacebar Open menu of the current active window
  • Ctrl + Alt + Tab Use the arrow keys to switch between open items or windows
  • Ctrl + Down Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph
  • Ctrl + Up Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph
  • Ctrl + Left Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word
  • Ctrl + Right Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word
  • Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Select a block of text
  • Ctrl + Arrow + Spacebar Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop
  • Ctrl + A Select all items in active open window
  • Ctrl + C Copy the selected item
  • Ctrl + Esc Open Start menu
  • Ctrl + Mouse Wheel Increase or decrease icon size in current active Windows Explorer window or desktop
  • Ctrl + N Opens new Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer window
  • Ctrl + Shift + N Creates a New Folder on the active desktop or in the active Windows Explorer window.
  • Ctrl + Shift + Esc Open Task Manager
  • Ctrl + V Paste the selected item
  • Ctrl + X Cut the selected item
  • Ctrl + Y Redo an action
  • Ctrl + Z Undo an action
  • Delete Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin
  • End Scroll to the bottom of the current active window
  • Esc Cancel the current task
  • Home Scroll to the top of the current active window
  • Right Arrow Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu
  • Left Arrow Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu
  • Shift + Arrow Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document
  • Shift + Delete Delete selected item permanently without it going to the Recycle Bin first.
  • Shift + Left Click Select a item or multiple items
  • Shift (when you insert a CD) Prevent the CD from automatically playing   
Help and Support Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Alt + A Display the customer support page
  • Alt + C Display the Table of Contents
  • Alt + N Display the Connection Settings menu
  • Alt + Left Arrow Move back to the previously viewed help topic
  • Alt + Right Arrow Move forward to the next previously viewed help topic
  • Alt + Home Display the Help and Support home page
  • Ctrl + F Search the current help topic
  • Ctrl + P Print the current help topic
  • End Move to the end of a help topic
  • F3 Move focus to the Search box
  • F10 Display the Options menu
  • Home Move the to beginning of a help topic
Magnifier Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Ctrl + Alt + Arrow keys Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
  • Ctrl + Alt + D Switch to docked mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + F Switch to full-screen mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + I Invert colors
  • Ctrl + Alt + L Switch to lens mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + R Resize the lens
  • Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar Show the mouse pointer
  • Windows Key + Esc Exit Magnifier
  • Windows Key + Plus Sign (+) or Minus Sign (-) Zoom in or out
 Function Key Keyboard Shortcuts


NOTE: On multimedia keyboards, you may need to press the F-Lock or Function key first.
  • F1 Open Help window
  • F2 Rename the selected item
  • F3 Opens Search window
  • F4 Display the Address bar drop down list in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer
  • F5 Refresh the current active window
  • F6 Cycle through items in current active window
  • F10 Displays the menu bar in the active window and underlines the menu bar shortcut keys
  • F11 Toggle Full Screen Mode On or Off in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer
  • Alt + F4 Close the current active window or program. From the desktop, it opens the Shut Down Windows window.
  • Ctrl + F4 Close the active document (in programs that allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)
  • Shift + F10 Open context menu of selected item
Command Prompt Keyboard Shortcuts
  • F1 or Right Arrow Auto fills characters from previously ran command one by one in the current command prompt session
  • F2 Copies characters from previously ran command in the current command prompt session
  • F3 Repeats running the last command ran in the current command prompt session
  • F5 or Up/Down Arrow Cycles through previously ran commands from command history in the current command prompt session
  • F7 Displays list of all previously ran commands in the numerical order that they were ran in from the current command prompt session. You can use the Up or Down arrow keys to cycle though them, and press Enter to run the selected command.
  • F8 Auto fills matching command name from previously ran command history in the current command prompt session when you type a charater and press F8. Continuing to press F8 will allow you to cycle through all matching names.
  • F9 When pressed, this will ask you to "Enter command number". Type in the command number from the order it was ran (F7 to see number) in and press Enter to run the command.
  • ALT+F7 Clears command history
  • Esc Erases current line
  • Tab Auto fills matching file or folder names in current directory when you type a charater and press tab. Continuing to press tab will allow you to cycle through all matching names in current directory.
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