LEARN HOW TO TAP YOURALT BUTTON.. .. IT'S AMAZING!!
When you tap the ALT button you access all nine or ten menus at the top of your screen.
When you tap and release ALTthen V, you can tap, for example, the letter X so you can look up to your screen and see a menu offering to change the size of the text that you're viewing. MANY pages on the internet have lettering that's either too small or too large. We can fix it in a blink by tapping ALT, V, X one after the other. Go ahead. Give it a try.
Whether it's creating a form letter or having instant "paste-ability" of a set of actions you repeatedly take, the fact is, there are thousands of shortcuts available to you. WHATEVER your primary interest in a computer it, you only need a few of them to instantly multiply rather than just increase your computer-time productivity. When you can accomplish a 45-minute task in four or five minutes, the proverbial light bulb pops on.
Think carefully, it's the only purpose of this page: ten or twelve shortcuts is all you need to double and triple your productivity QUICKLY. Which ten or twelve are best for you are easily determined by whether you are focusing on:
For most of us, even a few of the following shortcuts are all we need for good control of a device that is designed to multiply your own personal/professional productivity.
Knowing what to do is not a tenth of doing what you know. Not a tenth, not a twentieth.
Internet Explorer keyboard shortcuts
It's well worth printing these pages so you can hang them near you for quick reference
Viewing and exploring Web pages
Using the Address Bar
Working with Favorites