Re: [NTB] Re: Changing library
- Hi Lotta,
Control+f6 doesn't work for me. But shift+f4 works well!
After that I can choice the clips using the arrow keys and enter.
If I press shift+tab I can select the libraries.
To turn back to the master document control+g is working well.
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Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 10:14 PM
Subject: Re: [NTB] Re: Changing library
>And how can I make a library that name does not display any underlined
>letters in the list displayed with Shift-F10?
>I am a blind person and it is impossible to mi use the mouse.
>Does anyone know if is there an other way to change libraries using the
>keyboard in Notetab 5 under Windows XP Pro SP2?
Yes, there is, but I don't know if it will work for you.
Ctrl+F6 will get you to the combo box at the top of the clipbook. All
libraries are listed in a drop-down there. The arrow keys will let you
scroll through them. Typing the first letters in a library name loads the
first library that matches. If you only have one library beginning on the
letter "F", "F" is all you have to type. If you have several you need to
type a few letters more until the string is unique for the library you
want. Ctrl+G to get back to the document.
Would that work?
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