OK, I have to admit, there is a couple more that I use, but I seriously did not realize so very many, eeks!!! Don't you like windows? Great day. Cindi
No, I despise windoze with a passion. BSOD(Blue Screen of Death), viruses, trojans, patches and service packs that break more than they fix. Restrictive EULA's (End User License Agreements) that mean if I wanted windoze and office on the computers in my house I would be out a couple of grand. Considering the XP and 2003 full versions are both over $200 (retail) and M$ office is over $300 (retail). FreeBSD retail is about $80 if I buy it retail and openoffice.org is about the same if I buy it retail and I can buy it once and load it on as many machines as I want I save a great deal.
The only reason I have windoze on a machine is because I use autocad (another highly expensive program). So I have one machine with windoze (it's a dual boot) so I can spend time fixing the mistakes overpriced and over educated engineers and architects make.
Back to shortcuts.
Being that I hang with geeks. The deal we made was to try and find as many keyboard shortcuts and methods out there so we could limit our using a mouse.
We managed to restrict on our best day to 3 times. None us got lower than that but there are others out there (ubergeeks) who can do none.
SHIFT+DELETE: Delete selection immediately, without moving the item to the Recycle Bin (be careful)
CTRL + LEFT CLICK When want to copy some files but not others in no paticular order you can move you mouse over the file or folder and hold down the CTRL button and left click each file as you move the mouse over it. When you have selected the stuff you want to move/copy/delete then release the CTRL button and go to you next action.
SHIFT + LEFT CLICK When you want to copy a section of files or folders in group move your mouse over the one on top , left click then move the mouse to the bottom of the selection and press the SHIFT + LEFT CLICK and you will highlight everything from your top to where you decided was the bottom of the section you want.
Both of these are handy for dealing with large amounts of information in one fell swoop.
CTRL + Z Undo the last command . Very handy if you didn't mean to delete that stuff.
ALT + HOME go to your home page.
CTRL +/- Increase/Decrease the size of text on a web page. Please understand this will not work with poorly coded html pages but if your vision needs a little help and less strain this is very nice.
CTRL + 0 returns page to normal size
Okay there are some more. Enjoy.