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keyboard-shortcut-prefs [2016/10/10 00:33]
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keyboard-shortcut-prefs [2016/10/10 00:33]
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 A keyboard shortcut is a character sequence that saves you from having to use the mouse to perform menu commands. One or more "​modifier keys" are held down, and then the final key is pressed to complete the shortcut. There are three primary modification keys, ''<​Ctrl>'',​ ''<​Shift>'',​ and ''<​Alt>''​. As an example, ''<​Alt+F4>''​ means you hold down the Alt key and then press the F4 function key at the top of the keyboard. Keyboard shortcuts can be assigned to all ToDoList menu items. ​ A keyboard shortcut is a character sequence that saves you from having to use the mouse to perform menu commands. One or more "​modifier keys" are held down, and then the final key is pressed to complete the shortcut. There are three primary modification keys, ''<​Ctrl>'',​ ''<​Shift>'',​ and ''<​Alt>''​. As an example, ''<​Alt+F4>''​ means you hold down the Alt key and then press the F4 function key at the top of the keyboard. Keyboard shortcuts can be assigned to all ToDoList menu items. ​
  
-**Note**: When a edit field has the focus (including the Comments fields) ​then ''<​Ctrl+C>'',​ ''<​Ctrl+V>''​ and ''<​Ctrl+X>''​ will operate on the edit field not the application as a whole.\\+**Note**: When a edit field has the focus (including the Comments fields) ''<​Ctrl+C>'',​ ''<​Ctrl+V>''​ and ''<​Ctrl+X>''​ will operate on the edit field not the application as a whole.\\
 **Note**: The following shortcut combinations have been reserved by the application itself:\\ **Note**: The following shortcut combinations have been reserved by the application itself:\\
   <Alt + B>   <Alt + B>
keyboard-shortcut-prefs.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/10 00:42 by admin