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Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcuts



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Published by: Ashrin Kumar on Nov 14, 2010
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By Team Digit
The People Behind This Book
EDITORIALRobert Sovereign-Smith
Assistant Editor
Nimish Chandiramani
Nash David
Copy Editor
Layout Designer
Rohit Chandwaskar
Cover Design
© 9.9 Interactive Pvt. Ltd.Published by 9.9 InteractiveNo part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any formor by any means without the prior written permission of the publisher.
August 2008
Free with Digit. Not to be sold separately. If you have paid separately for this book, pleasee-mail the editor at
along with details of location of purchase, forappropriate action.
The Need For Speed
omputing today is all about one thing—speed! It’s not justenough to be able to
computers, because, let’s face it,everyone and their monkey can use a computer thesedays. What’s more important, and what will set you apart fromthe crowd, is how fast you can use the computer to do your bidding. The difference between an average computer user, andan advanced user often comes down to how many shortcuts youknow. Many of you reading this book are already adept at some basic shortcuts—
[Ctrl] + [C]
to copy, and
[Ctrl] + [V]
topaste. Some of you may have graduated to more advancedshortcuts, such as
[Ctrl] + [Shift] + [C]
to copyformatting in a document, or maybe you just go to
Start >Run
, and type
when you want to open Windows’User Account Management tool. Whatever the case, there’s no way you’re going to remember all the shortcuts you need to...OK, so we lied! Apparently, there is a way for you toremember all that you need to know. You’re way ahead of ustoo—you’ve already bought, and are reading this book! No matterhow much of a computer whiz you imagine yourself to be,there’s bound to be something you will learn from this book.For beginners, we have almost every keyboard shortcut for Windows, so you won’t need to hunt through menus and clickaway like mad to get to what you’re looking for.For working professionals, most of whom use MicrosoftOffice at work and home, our MS Office shortcuts areguaranteed to give you an edge over your colleagues. You’re going to surf faster, and get more done online thanksto our Internet tools shortcuts. Those just starting off with Adobe Photoshop need to just memorize our imaging chapter. Audio and video editing enthusiasts are a patient lot, waitingfor hours for stuff to render or changes to occur, and hopefullythey’ll save hours with the shortcuts provided. Lastly, all movieand music buffs will not waste any time on their media playersthanks to the last chapter. We hope you enjoy this Fast Track.

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