Win-keyboard-commands meaning

Although Windows was designed to be used with a mouse, you can also navigate and command the computer from the keyboard. Following are most of the keyboard options.Keyboarding the MenusAll menus are selectable by pressing the Alt key and the "underlined" letter of the menu title. For example, Alt-F for File menu is universal.All menu options are also selectable by pressing the underlined letter in their name. Most of the time, it is the first letter. However, if two menu options start with the same letter, one of them will use a letter in the middle of the name as a keyboard command.Keyboard CommandsSTART/STOP APPLICATIONDisplay Start menu: CTRL-ESCLaunch app from highlighted icon: ENTER keyClose application: ALT-F4 or ALT-SPACEBAR/C.SWITCH BETWEEN, MOVE AND RESIZE WINDOWSGo to all windows: ALT-TAB-TAB...Go between last two: ALT-TABGo to next tab in a dialog box: CTRL-TABMove or resize window: Use ALT-SPACEBAR. Select M or S and then use the Arrow keys to move window on screen. Press ENTER when done.MINIMIZE/MAXIMIZE WINDOWSMinimize: ALT-SPACEBAR/NMaximize: ALT-SPACEBAR/XCLIPBOARDHighlight text: Hold SHIFT down while moving cursor.Copy selected item into clipboard: CTRL-CCut selected item into clipboard: CTRL-XPaste from clipboard: CTRL-VUNDO LAST OPERATIONCTRL-ZSWITCH BETWEEN DOS WINDOW AND FULL SCREENALT-ENTER (not valid in Vista)
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