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9 Ways To Faster
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slow mouse can steal seconds of precious time
that add up to hours of frustration over weeks and
If you suffer from a "slow mouse," click <Start> then "Control Panel" then "Mouse".
Then you'll see a tab that says "Pointer Options" or "Motion" (or something similar) and you can adjust the slider left or right to increase or decrease the speed of your mouse's movement across the screen.
I call this the "panic button."
Hold down the "Ctrl" key and hit the letter Z and you can often undo the last action you took in Windows.
This comes in especially handy when you've deleted something (like a term paper or 500 word article) and want it back.
If you accidentally do something wrong, STOP hitting keys immediately and do <Ctrl>+Z to undo what you just did.
<Windows Key>+D - Ever wonder what the little "flag" key is on the keyboard next to "Alt?" (I sure have wondered.)
Well, it turns out that little key has some cool uses.
Hold down <Windows Key>+D and you can minimize all the open windows on your desktop. (Very handy when you keep many programs running and need to hit your desktop in a hurry.)
<Windows Key>+F - allows you to search for any file on your computer immediately.
Spell Checker - Hit the <F7> key in any
application to launch the spell checker.
Quick Save - Hit <Ctrl>+S to save any open file (very handy to quickly save a file repeatedly during a heavy typing session without having to grab the mouse).
Quick Copy - Hit <Ctrl>+C to copy any highlighted text or cells.
Quick Paste - Hit <Ctrl>+V to paste anything on the
clipboard into a current document or spreadsheet.
Insert Date - In Word you can insert the date with
<Alt>+<Shift>+D. You can insert the date in Excel with <Ctrl>+; (semi-colon).
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