Well, maybe not. I knew most of the shortcuts from the article that I am introducing here. But it is good to refresh your memory, or learn some more if you haven’t come across them yet. I am a big fan of keyboard shortcuts – it increases your speed on using your software because the mouse movement is always slower than keystrokes. Here are couple of universial shortcuts:
CTRL and A Selects all the items in the active window.
CTRL and C Copies the item or items to the Clipboard and can be pasted using CTRL and V.
CTRL and F Displays the Find all files dialog box.
CTRL and G Displays the Go to folder dialog box.
CTRL and N Displays the New dialog box.
CTRL and O Displays the Open dialog box.
CTRL and P Displays the Print dialog box.
CTRL and S Displays the Save dialog box.
CTRL and V Pastes the copied item or items from the Clipboard.
CTRL and X Cuts the item or items selected to the Clipboard.
CTRL and Z Undoes the last action.
CTRL and F4 Closes the active document window.
CTRL while dragging an item Copy the selected item
Windows keyboard shortcuts you never knew existed! – [IntelliAdmin]