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Keyboard shortcuts make computer work faster, easier

5:36 PM, Apr. 12, 2013
Keyboard shortcuts can speed up many computing tasks. A single, quick shortcut can accomplish the same thing as moving your mouse across the screen and clicking through several menus or hunting down buttons.
Keyboard shortcuts can speed up many computing tasks. A single, quick shortcut can accomplish the same thing as moving your mouse across the screen and clicking through several menus or hunting down buttons.
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The great thing about computers is that they can work much faster than you can. But telling them what to do is often a slow process. Well, there's a fix.

I'm talking about keyboard shortcuts. To perform a keyboard shortcut, you press two, three or sometimes four keyboard keys at once. A single, quick shortcut can accomplish the same thing as moving your mouse across the screen and clicking through several menus or hunting down buttons.

There are dozens of them, from pressing Ctrl+A to select everything in a window to pressing Ctrl+B to make selected text bold. Press Ctrl+F to find a word in a ...

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