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    Anyone read How-To Geek 20 Windows Keyboard Shortcuts You Might Not Know ?


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    BTW, I noticed this thing:
    Ctrl+Tab does show the open Sticky Notes, but Win+Tab won't!!!

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    Default diet ebook

    That is such a nice post.Carry on guys.

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    Middle Click Shortcuts In Windows 7 | PCMech

    I utilize middle click shortcuts in my browser all the time. By middle clicking a link, it opens the location in a new tab and by middle clicking a tab, it closes it. So when I ‘accidentally’ did this on my Windows 7 taskbar I was pleasantly surprised to see that is works (almost) exactly the same.

    By middle clicking on an item in the taskbar, it opens the program. Additionally, if you middle click on an open program, such as your browser, it opens another copy of the program (note: this assumes the program allows multiple instances). Alternately, if you middle click on the thumbnail (by hovering your mouse over the program in the taskbar), it closes the selected window. Yes, you could simply click the X in the preview, much like you can do with browser tabs, but the middle click is so much easier.

    Ever since I found this, I have been using it extensively. Hopefully you will find it as useful as I do.

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    HappyAndyK, I am glad you liked it.

    From that link, I like:
    11. Notepad: Insert the current timestamp with F5
    10. Windows: Capture a screenshot of only the active window with Alt+PrintScreen

    NEW link by the way:

    Computer keyboard shortcut keys



    By the way, did you know if in Firefox, you hover your mouse over a link, and then right click, and press D, what happens?
    It sends the link into Outlook email message! Its pretty nifty. I tried to Google about that. Maybe you can find about it on Google?
    But i think Email This! Add-on for Firefox, is best.

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    LOL, so many shortcuts I lose track!

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    5 Lesser Known Windows Tips
    number three seems interesting for copy jobs.

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    AHSO; I really like #2 "Ctrl+C to copy error messages". Hope I remember this next time needed........

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