“The Complete Windows 7 Shortcuts” A Free eBook For Windows 7 Users

As we all know that Windows 7 comes with lots of new features and new keyboard shortcut as well.Microsoft has included many new keyboard shortcuts in Windows 7 which are unknown to many users yet.

Nitin Agarwal has release “The Complete Windows 7 Shortcuts eBook.This eBook contains more than 200 keyboard shortcuts.These shortcuts are available for Windows 7 and for its default programs like Paint, WordPad, MS Office, Calculator, Help, Media Player, Media Center, Etc.

The eBook is pretty exhaustive and the topics covered include:

  • What is Keyboard & how to use it?
  • How keys are organized on a standard Keyboard
  • Typing & editing the text using Keyboard
  • Using Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Find program shortcuts
  • Choose menus, commands, and options
  • Some useful shortcuts
  • Using the keyboard extras
  • Using navigation keys
  • Using the numeric keypad
  • Three odd keys
  • Use your keyboard safely
  • Create keyboard shortcuts to open programs
  • Make the keyboard easier to use
  • Type without using the keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard)
  • Set On-Screen Keyboard to use for various handy tasks
  • The Shortcuts Collection
  • General Windows functions keyboard shortcuts
  • Dialog box keyboard shortcuts
  • Windows logo key keyboard shortcuts
  • Windows Explorer keyboard shortcuts
  • Ease of Access keyboard shortcuts
  • Magnifier keyboard shortcuts
  • Remote Desktop Connection keyboard shortcuts
  • Keyboard shortcuts for MS Paint
  • Keyboard shortcuts for WordPad
  • Keyboard shortcuts for Calculator
  • Windows Journal keyboard shortcuts
  • Windows Help viewer keyboard shortcuts
  • Windows Media Player keyboard shortcuts
  • Internet Explorer keyboard shortcuts
  • Windows Media Center keyboard shortcuts

The eBook is bookmarks-ready, both in PDF and XPS format, with a fully linked content index.

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