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Re: [NTO] Keyboard commands

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  • Larry Hamilton
    I think this is the full list from Help: Keyboard Shortcuts Previous Top Next The letter following Ctrl or Shift+Ctrl is not case sensitive. Note that some
    Message 1 of 11 , Jul 19 10:54 PM
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      I think this is the full list from Help:

      Keyboard Shortcuts
      Previous Top Next


      The letter following Ctrl or Shift+Ctrl is not case sensitive. Note that
      some the following shortcuts may not apply if you have modified them.

      DOCUMENT
      New Ctrl+N
      Open Ctrl+O
      Save Ctrl+S
      Save as Shift+Ctrl+S
      Export Shift+Ctrl+N
      Close document Ctrl+F4
      Close all documents Ctrl+Shift+F4
      Print Ctrl+P
      Display 2 documents Shift+Ctrl+W
      Insert date & time F5
      Insert doc name Shift+F5
      Word wrap Ctrl+W
      Launch document Ctrl+T
      Show nonprinting text (NTP) Shift+F12
      Next document Ctrl+Tab
      Previous document Shift+Ctrl+Tab


      CURSOR MOVEMENT
      L/R one character <- ->
      Word right Ctrl+->
      Word left Ctrl+<-
      End of line End
      Beginning of line Home
      Previous paragraph Ctrl+Up
      Next paragraph Ctrl+Down
      Next screen up Page Up
      Next screen down Page Down
      Top of screen Ctrl+Page Up
      Bottom of screen Ctrl+Page Down
      End of document Ctrl+End
      Top of document Ctrl+Home
      Move text downwards (NTP) Shift+Ctrl+Up
      Move text upwards (NTP) Shift+Ctrl+Down


      TYPING MODE
      Insert/type over Insert


      EDIT
      Undo Ctrl+Z
      Undo Alt+BkSp
      Redo Shift+Ctrl+Z
      Cut Ctrl+X
      Copy Ctrl+C
      Paste Ctrl+V
      Paste new Shift+Ctrl+V
      Use as paste board Shift+Ctrl+P
      Select all Ctrl+A
      Delete current line Ctrl+Y
      Delete word before cursor Ctrl+Backspace
      Page char. break Ctrl+Enter
      Remove HTML tags Shift+Ctrl+T
      Char. to HTML tags Shift+Ctrl+H


      SEARCH
      Find Ctrl+F
      Replace Ctrl+R
      Search again F3
      Search reverse Shift+F3
      Quick find Ctrl+F3
      Search disk Ctrl+D
      Go to hyperlink Ctrl+H
      Go to line Shift+Ctrl+L
      Match brackets Ctrl+M


      TABS, INDENT, BULLET
      Tab right Tab
      Tab back <- Backspace
      Indent Ctrl+I
      Unindent Shift+Ctrl+I
      Join lines Ctrl+J
      Split lines Shift+Ctrl+J
      Insert bullet Ctrl+B


      OUTLINE
      Add heading Shift+Ctrl+A
      Copy heading Shift+Ctrl+B
      Remove heading Shift+Ctrl+R
      Move next Ctrl+Alt+Down
      Move previous Ctrl+Alt+Up
      Move first Ctrl+Alt+Home
      Move last Ctrl+Alt+End


      CHANGE CASE (Must select text)
      Invert case Ctrl+K
      Upper case Ctrl+U
      Lower case Ctrl+L
      Capitalize Shift+Ctrl+K
      Sentence Shift+Ctrl+U


      FUNCTION KEYS
      F1 Help contents
      F2 Expand text
      F3 Search again
      F4 Clipbook
      F5 Date and time
      F6 File list
      F7 Open file at caret
      F8 View in browser
      F9 Open link
      F10 Move the focus to the menu
      F11 Spelling
      F12 Thesaurus


      BOOKMARKS (NTP)
      Toggle bookmark #1 Shift+Ctrl+1
      Toggle bookmark #2 Shift+Ctrl+2
      ...
      Toggle bookmark #0 Shift+Ctrl+0
      Move to bookmark #1 Ctrl+1
      Move to bookmark #2 Ctrl+2
      ...
      Move to bookmark #0 Ctrl+0
      Next bookmark Alt+Ctrl+F3
      Previous bookmark Shift+Ctrl+F3


      CHANGE FOCUS
      To document Ctrl+G
      document <-> Clipbook Shift+F4
      document <-> list Shift+F6
      combo box <-> list Ctrl+F6
      document <-> QuickList Shift+F7
      Left <-> right document Shift+Ctrl+G


      CLIPBOOK
      In-Context Clipbook Esc
      Open/Close Clipbook F4
      Add new Clip Ctrl+F2
      Add from Clipboard Shift+Ctrl+F2
      Clip editor Shift+Ctrl+E
      Copy selection Shift+Ctrl+C
      Cut selection Shift+Ctrl+X
      Paste current Clip Ctrl+Spacebar
      Open library #1 Alt+1
      Open library #2 Alt+2
      ...
      Open library #0 Alt+0


      FAVORITES
      Add favorite document Shift+Ctrl+D
      Add favorite folder Shift+Ctrl+F
      Go to favorites Shift+F2


      E-MAIL
      Quote text Ctrl+Q
      Remove Quotes Shift+Ctrl+Q


      TOOLS
      Open link Ctrl+double-click
      Tidy HTML Code (requires HTML Tidy)
      Ctrl+F7
      Validate HTML (requires CSE HTML Validator)
      Shift+Ctrl+F7
      Other browser Shift+F8
      Launch document Ctrl+T
      Calculate Ctrl+E
      HTMLib Help Ctrl+F11
      HTMLib Color Wizard Shift+Ctrl+O


      Based on QuickRef.txt, written by Edward S. Wozniak

      Also an explanation of ^!Keyboard:

      Use keyboard macros to simulate keys being pressed, either in NoteTab or
      other applications. Use blank characters as delimiters between the keys
      to play. To specify plain text, wrap it with the # character.

      Characters can also be represented as hexadecimal values by using a $
      symbol in front of the number. For example, $20 represents the spacebar
      character and $09 the tab key.

      Since version 4.6, the keyboard command supports delay settings between
      key instructions. The value represents milliseconds (1000 milliseconds
      is one second) and should be preceded with the "&" symbol.

      Valid control keys are:
      CTRL, SHIFT, ALT

      Or with UP or DOWN suffix to hold the key down or release it.

      CTRLUP, CTRLDOWN, SHIFTUP, SHIFTDOWN, ALTUP. ALTDOWN

      Function keys:
      F1, F2, ..., F12

      Other keys:
      BACKSPACE, TAB, ENTER, ESC, SPACEBAR,
      PAGEUP, PAGEDOWN, END, HOME, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, DOWN,
      INSERT, DELETE, HELP

      There is also the related ^!KeyboardDelay nnn

      Controls the speed of typing with the ^!Keyboard command. nnn specifies
      the approximate delay in milliseconds between each keystroke. Set nnn to
      0 for maximum speed. The scope of this command is limited to the current
      Clip execution.

      Also another similar one: ^!PlayBack Keys

      Similar to the TypeBack command but plays back the specified key
      sequences (same used by ^!Keyboard command). Works with most programs.

      Larry Hamilton
      lmh@...
      My Webpage
      http://members.tripod.com/~notlimah/index.htm

      Jeff Scism wrote:
      > Is there a list somewhere odf the !KEYBOARD Commands?
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