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March 01, 2019

Windows 7 KeyBoard Shortcuts

Windows 7:

F1 (Help)
F2 (Rename)
CTRL + C (Copy)
CTRL + V (Paste)
CTRL + X (Cut)

CTRL + Z (Undo last operation)
CTRL + A (Select all)

ALT + TAB (Change between programs)
CTRL + ALT + DELETE (Calls options)
CTRL + SHIFT + ESC (Calls Task Manager)
CTRL + SHIFT + N (Creates New Folder)
LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT + NUM LOCK (use keyboard as mouse)
WIN + R (Run Task)
WIN + F (Search)
WIN + D (Desktop)
WIN + E (Computer)
WIN + L (Lock Screen)

TAB (next object)
SHIFT + TAB (previous object)

ALT + F4 (Close Window)
PRINT SCREEN (Takes screenshot)
ALT + PRT SCR (Takes screenshot of focused window)
ALT GRAPH + X (Editing Screenshot)
WIN+R, type "cmd", ENTER (Run command prompt)

CAPS LOCK OFF (lower case)

INSERT ON (Over type)
INSERT OFF (No over type)

DELETE - send folder (with subfolders and files if there is any) or file(s) to Recycle Bin.
SHIFT + DELETE - Permanently delete file

For those who want to know more:
Windows 7: Open Explorer; Click on top right corner blue question mark button and select View Help (blue book)
Search for "keyboard" in your system's language and there it should be in those links full Key Shortcut list for Windows 7. Depending on what you need.

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