Keyboard shortcuts, in my opinion, are one of the most productive tricks when it comes to basic computer usage. Whether it be copying or pasting, undoing a mistake or opening a previously closed browser tab, keyboard shortcuts make those tasks simpler and more efficient. Below is a list of keyboard short that I use the most on a day to day basis as a technician at CCR. My personal favorite is Ctrl-F as it makes finding specific things in a large document very easy.
|Ctrl-C||Copies any highlighted text|
|Ctrl-X||Cuts any text that is highlighted|
|Ctrl-Z||Undo that last action made|
|Ctrl-A||Select all the items in the current window|
|Ctrl-Shift-T||Opens a previously closed tab in most internet browsers|
|Alt-Tab||Switch to another running program (hold down the ALT key and then press the TAB key to view the task-switching window)|
|Ctrl-F||Opens a search window that allows you to search for key words in application or windows|
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