Saturday, May 30, 2015

Saturday News

Contents of This Week Saturday News May 30th / 2015
      Sticky Keys is an accessibility feature to help Windows users who have physical disabilities, but it is also used by others as a means to reduce repetitive strain injury (or a syndrome called the Emacs Pinky). It essentially serializes keystrokes instead of pressing multiple keys at a time: Sticky Keys allows the user to press and release a modifier key, such as Shift, Ctrl, Alt, or the Windows key, and have it remain active until any other key is pressed. In computing, a keyboard shortcut is a series of one or several keys that invoke a software or operating system operation (in other words, cause an event) when triggered by the user. The meaning of term "keyboard shortcut" can vary depending on software manufacturer.  A longer definition comes from Wikipedia.
                      -- 1. Turn ON Sticky Keys
                             -- Sticky Keys
                      -- 2. Use the Keyboard Shortcut (and practice a little bit... :-)
                            -- 25 Basic Mac Keyboard Shortcuts
                            -- 15 Best Keyboard Shortcuts Ever (Mac & PC)
                            -- Top 10 Keyboard Shortcuts You Didn't Know About
                      -- 2a. Word
                            -- Word 2010: Keyboard Shortcuts
                            -- Office for Mac Keyboard Shortcuts - Word
                      -- 2b. Excel
                            -- Office for Mac Keyboard Shortcuts - Excel
                            -- Excel Basics #2: Keyboard Shortcuts
                      -- 2c. PowerPoint
                            -- Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 4 Using Keyboard Shortcuts
                            -- 60 Sec. PowerPoint ProTip » Repeat Action Keyboard Shortcut
                      -- 2d. Raw Text - Emacs or Vim or ...
                            -- RT 2011: Screencast 01 - Emacs Keyboard Introduction
                            -- The Editor of a Lifetime
                            -- Learn How to Use Vim!
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