Version 1.0October 25, 2007
76 keyboard shortcuts for moving fasterin Windows Vista
By Scott Lowe
As is normal with Windows, Microsoft has provided a huge number of keyboard shortcuts to make interaction withthe product easier for those who enjoy the productivity that almost 100 percent keyboard use can supply. I’veprovided a list of Vista keyboard shortcuts that are available when you're working on the Vista desktop, inWindows Explorer (not Internet Explorer), in the Vista Sidebar, in dialog boxes, and in Vista Help.
Windows key Opens or closes the Start menuWindows + D Displays your desktopWindows + E Opens the Computer windowWindows + F Opens the Search windowCtrl + Windows + F Searches for computers (if you're on a network)Windows + L Locks your computer or switches usersWindows + M Minimizes all windowsShift + Windows + M Restores minimized windowsWindows + R Opens the Run dialog boxWindows + T Cycles through programs on the TaskbarWindows + U Opens the Ease of Access CenterCtrl + A Selects everything in a windowCtrl + C Copies selected itemsCtrl + X Cuts selected itemsCtrl + V Pastes cut or copied itemsCtrl + Y Redoes an actionCtrl + Z Undoes an actionF1 Displays HelpF2 Highlights the label of a selected item for editing
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