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A Tale of Two Enter Keys — CreativePro.com article

If you use an extended keyboard, you might think that the keys on the numeric keypad are mere duplicates. But in some applications they work differently than those on the main keyboard, particularly the Enter key. 66 more words

Adobe Photoshop

SSMS Tip: What happened to my keyboard shortcuts? Ctrl+R (Show/Hide Result)

Ctrl+R is a good friend of mine. It is very handy to use this command not only to hide the results pane away and focus on the query, but to also be able to bring the results back just as quickly – without having to run the query again… 169 more words


The low down on highlighting/selecting/grouping/scoping math

**Guest post by Andrew McGough**

When highlighting math in an equation in PTC Mathcad there is historically a confusion of terms used to refer to the functionality – highlighting itself, selecting, grouping, even scoping, though that last one doesn’t seem to have made it outside conversations of the PTC Mathcad team itself. 745 more words


Ctrl+A can be more convenient than you think of...

If you think Ctrl+A does merely Select All, then you are likely not using it frequently.  Let’s me take you through how to boost your efficiency working with Excel with… 316 more words

Excel Tips

XFCE move window to next monitor with vertical and horizontal monitor setup

Unfortunately the script of Arne Hartherz doesn’t work with a vertical setup (I have the DVI screen above the Laptop screen). I adapted it so it works for a 2 monitor setup, both vertical and horizontal. 827 more words


CTRL+D or CMD+D Quite Efficient!!!

Today during another Twitter shout for help I learned about using the keyboard shortcut CTRL+D (Windows) or CMD+D (MAC).  This shortcut is amazing because it eliminates the need to copy & past.   29 more words

Ed Tech

Selecting a Dataset Without Using a Mouse

Synopsis: Select an Excel dataset quickly without using a mouse to drag your cursor.
Step 1: Select and hold down Ctrl+Shift.

Step 2: Hit the down arrow to get all the data in the column below, up arrow to get all the data above, or left or right arrow to get everything in the row (to the left or right, of course). 22 more words