~To move the begining of the entry.Press HOME
~To move to the end of the entry.Press END
~To move character to the left or right.Press LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW
~To move one word to the left.Press CTRL +LEFT ARROW
~To move one word to the right.Press CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
~To select or unselect one character to the left.Press SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
~To select or unselect one character to the right.Press SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
~To select or unselect one word to the left.Press CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
~To select or unselect one word to the right.Press CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
~To select from the insection point to the beginning of the entry.Press SHIFT HOME
~To select from the insertion point to the end of the entry.Press SHIFT+END



.Move from an open dialog box back to the document,for dialog boxes such as Find and Replace that support this behaviour.Press ALT+F6
.Move to the next option or option group.Press TAB
Move to the previous option or option group.Press SHIFT+TAB
.Switch to the next tab in a dialog box.Press CTRL+TAB
.Switch to the previous tab in a dialog box.Press CTRL+SHIFT+TAB
.Move between options in an open drop down list, or between options in a group of options.Press ARROW KEYS
.Perform the action assigned to the selected button;select or clear the selected check box.Press SPACEBAR
.Select an option; select or clear a check box.Press ALT,the letter underlined in an option
.Select an option from a drop down list. First letter of an option in a drop-down list
.Open a selected drop down list.Press ALT+DOWN ARROW
.Close a selected drop-down list; cancel a command and close a dialog box.Press ESC
.Run the selected comman.Press ENTER


In a keyboard,if you want to: PRESS
¤ Switch to next window=>ALT+TAB
¤ Switch to the previous window=>ALT+SHIFT+TAB
¤Close the active window=>CTRL+W or CTRL+F4
¤ Restore the size of the active window after you have maximize it=>ALT+F6
¤ Move to a task pane from another pane in the program window (clockwise direction).You may need to press F6 more than once=>F6.
¤ When more than one window is open,switch to the next window=>CTRL+F6
¤ Switch to the previous window.=>CTRL+SHIFT+F6
¤ Copy a picture of the screen to the clipboard=>PRINT SCREEN
¤ Copy a picture of the selected window to the clipboard=>ALT+PRINT SCREEN
¤ Maximize or restore a selected window=>CTRL+F10.


Many people prefer using key combinations over the mouse when completing their work.
The keyboard shortcuts that are desribe in this particular topic refer to the U.S.keyboard layout.Keys on other layouts might not correspond exactly to the keys on a U.S.keyboard.As well as using your mouse to operate software,you can also use your keyboard to perform specific functions.This page provides a list of keyboard shortcuts which you may find useful.
For keyboard shortcuts in which you press two or more keys simultaneously,the keys to press separated by a plus sign (+) in Microsoft Office Word Help.For keyboard shortcuts in which you press one key immediately followed by another key,the keys to press are separated by a comma (,).
Traditionally.keyboard shortcuts are written like so: Alt +F1.This means that you should press the Alt and F1 keys simultaneously.This is normally (est achieved by holding down the modifier key (such as Ctrl or Alt) and then pressing the second key once.


Many people try to gain from their internet.welcome to idiongschool,a place where they would reveal all the secret about the internet online business.In my previous lesson i narrate the history of internet,if you did not paticipate on the history of internet just click here: history of internet.
Let’s go to the main point.
If you want to open a online business website,just ask your self what type of business website i’m i going to create?.Is it about education or is it about sport,fashion etc.After that move your mine to the type of hosting you want to buy.


Most pages contain hotlinks throughout the text,as well as lis.p of links to other sites judged by the author/sponsor to be of particular interest.Some sites contain hotlinks to places where you can download software,listen to a sound file,or view a video clip.
(6)Centerspan uses several applets,or small program segments run by java,website,and run only as long as you remain at that location.Applets can perform a variety of functions; the applets on the centerspan home page generates a scrolling banner,like the example below:
If your browser does not have the capability to display java applets,you will not be able to see this banner.
(7)To make it easy to contact the author or sponsor of a web site,most contain one or more E-mail links clicking in such a link brings up a form where you can type an E-mail message to a pre-set address(not shown here).
Centerspan is among more elaborate web sitep that contain forms,whe you can submit information in an easy to follow format,and bulletin board features.


A Web site may consist of a single web page, or may comprise multiple, interconnectd pages.The following is a view of iow the centerspan home page appears through a popular browser.
(1)Browser tools help you navigate around the web.These vary among browsers, but most include tools for moving bac and forth between pages,saving data to your hard disk, and controlling how web pages will appear on your screen.
(2)A “Bookmark” list,”favorites” list or “hotlist”lets you save the names and locations of favorite sites for easy reference (usualy accessible through pulldown menus)
(3)The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) is the address of a website.URLs for web pages begin with the code http:// (“http” standp for hypertext transfer protocol).
(4) some web pages contain special graphic buttons that,when clicked,take you to another resourcfp as would a regular hotlink.
(5)Hypertext hotlinks are connections to other pagfs and resources.To access,just click on them with your mouse or trackball.