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Clive has attended:
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F keys

Is there an easy way to remember which keys are which when progressing through the programme?

RE: f keys

Hi Clive

Thanks for your post - sorry for late reply
the easiest way to remember shortcut keys is to use the menu's and the toolbars as these will show you the keyboard alternative's and as you go through the program - you could also write them down and the main thing is to use them - also go to help and look for keyboard shortcuts then print as many as you can and again use them

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