Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Free SMS India

www.way2sms.com

Use the table below, find out mobile email of our friend.

State / City - India

Cellular Operator

Series

Mobile Email SMS

Andhra Pradesh

AirTel

9849

919849xxxxxx@airtelap.com

Andhra Pradesh

Idea Cellular

9848

9848xxxxxx@ideacellular.net

Chennai

Skycell / Airtel

9840

919840xxxx@airtelchennai.com

Chennai

RPG Cellular

9841

9841xxxxxx@rpgmail.net

Delhi

Airtel

9810

919810xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Delhi

Hutch

9811

9811xxxxxx@delhi.hutch.co.in

Gujarat

Idea Cellular

9824

9824xxxxxx@ideacellular.net

Gujarat

Airtel

9898

919898xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Gujarat

Celforce / Fascel

9825

9825xxxxxx@celforce.com

Goa

Airtel

9890

919890xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Goa

BPL Mobile

9823

9823xxxxxx@bplmobile.com

Goa

Idea Cellular

9822

9822xxxxxx@ideacellular.net

Haryana

Airtel

9896

919896xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Haryana

Escotel

9812

9812xxxx@escotelmobile.com

Himachal Pradesh

Airtel

9816

919816xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Karnataka

Airtel

9845

919845xxxxxx@airtelkk.com

Kerala

Airtel

9895

919895xxxxx@airtelkerala.com

Kerala

Escotel

9847

9847xxxxx@escotelmobile.com

Kerala

BPL Mobile

9846

9846xxxxxx@bplmobile.com

Kolkata

Airtel

9831

919831xxxxxx@airtelkol.com

Madhya Pradesh

Airtel

9893

919893xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Maharashtra

Airtel

9890

919890xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Maharashtra

BPL Mobile

9823

9823xxxxxx@bplmobile.com

Maharashtra

Idea Cellular

9822

9822xxxxxx@ideacellular.net

Mumbai

Airtel

9892

919892xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Mumbai

BPL Mobile

9821

9821xxxxxx@bplmobile.com

Punjab

Airtel

9815

919815xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Pondicherry

BPL Mobile

9843

9843xxxxxx@bplmobile.com

Tamil Nadu

Airtel

9894

919894xxxxxx@airtelmail.com

Tamil Nadu

BPL Mobile

9843

919843xxxxx@bplmobile.com

Tamil Nadu

Aircel

9842

9842xxxxxx@airsms.com

Uttar Pradesh (West)

Escotel

9837

9837xxxx@escotelmobile.com

ONLINE FREE TUTORIALS

Here are some website links I want to share with Everyone. All these sites contains Tutorials of the following :


JAVA, ORACLE, VB, C, C++, DATA STRUCTURES, HTML, XHTML, SQL, JAVA SCRIPT, TCPIP, .NET, COMPUTER HARDWARE & SOFTWARE, TROUBLESHOOTING, PHOTOSHOP, FLASH, WEB-DESIGN, & many more. Just visit the links below.



http://www.w3schools.com/

http://www.good-tutorials.com/

http://www.rnel.net/

http://www.adesdesign.net/

Mesothelioma(You Must Know This!!!!!!!)

Malignant mesothelioma is an uncommon, but no longer rare, cancer that is difficult to diagnose and poorly responsive to therapy. Malignant mesothelioma is the most serious of all asbestos-related diseases.

A layer of specialized cells called mesothelial cells lines the chest cavity, abdominal cavity, and the cavity around the heart. These cells also cover the outer surface of most internal organs. The tissue formed by these cells is called mesothelium

The mesothelium helps protect the organs by producing a special lubricating fluid that allows organs to move around. For example, this fluid makes it easier for the lungs to move inside the chest during breathing. The mesothelium of the chest is called the pleura and the mesothelium of the abdomen is known as the peritoneum. The mesothelium of the pericardial cavity (the "sac-like" space around the heart) is called the pericardium.

Tumors of the mesothelium can be benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous). A malignant tumor of the mesothelium is called a malignant mesothelioma. Because most mesothelial tumors are cancerous, malignant mesothelioma is often simply called mesothelioma.

Mesothelioma was recognized as a tumor of the pleura, peritoneum and pericardium in the late 1700's. However it was not until much later, in 1960, that this particular type of tumor was described in more detail and even more importantly, its association with asbestos exposure was recognized. The first report linking mesothelioma to asbestos exposure was written by J.C.Wagner, and described 32 cases of workers in the "Asbestos Hills" in South Africa. Since then, the relationship between mesothelioma and asbestos exposure has been confirmed in studies around the world.

The incidence of mesothelioma in the United States remains very low, with 14 cases occurring per million people per year. Despite these numbers, the noticed threefold increase in mesothelioma in males between 1970 and 1984, is directly associated with environmental and occupational exposure to asbestos, mos

Although the disease is much more commonly seen in 60-year-old men, it has been described in women and early childhood as well. The cause of the disease is not so well understood in these latter two groups, but there is some evidence of possible asbestos exposure for some of these cases as well.

Malignant mesothelioma is divided into three main types. About 50% to 70% of mesothelioma occurrences are the epithelioid type. This type has the best prognosis (outlook for survival). The other two types are the sarcomatoid type (7%-20%), and the mixed/biphasic type (20%-35%). Treatment options for all three types are the same.

About three-fourths of mesothelioma occurrences start in the chest cavity and is known as pleural mesothelioma. Another 10% to 20% begin in the abdomen and is called peritoneal mesothelioma. Pericardial mesothelioma, starting in the cavity around the heart, is very rare. The covering layer of the testicles is actually an outpouching of peritoneum into the scrotum. Mesothelioma that affects this covering of the testicles is quite rare.

LASER HAIR REMOVAL

Laser Hair Removal in Washington DC and Northern Virginia. Laser Plus Lasertrolysis utilizes the combination of laser hair removal + electrolysis = permanent hair removal. We specialize in lasertrolysis and we do it better then anyone in the area.

Laser Hair Removal Benefits

Benefits for Women
As a woman, you may be surprised to learn that just about your entire body is covered with hair. Because most of this hair is fine and pale, it usually isn't visible to the naked eye. In fact, you may be surprised to know that the largest number of hair follicles is actually on your forehead.
But when darker, coarser hair appears in places we don't like or expect - like on the face, neck, abdomen, breasts, arms or underarms - or prevents us from wearing a high-cut bathing suit, shorts, or even a short skirt, it may be time to consider hair removal with either our LightSheerTM Diode Laser or our Altus CoolGlideTM Yag Laser.


Benefits for Men
As a man, you may already know that just about your entire body is covered with hair. Some is coarse and dark, and some is so fine and pale that it isn't visible to the naked eye. Humans, in fact, have more hair follicles per square inch than most higher primates, including chimpanzees and gorillas. Our LightSheerTM Diode Laser or our CoolGlideTM Yag Laser can remove hair from any chosen area.

Understanding Hair Removal
In the past, the usual remedies for unwanted hair were plucking, shaving, waxing or chemical depilatories. Some are painful, some are messy and all are only temporary.
For long-term hair removal, electrolysis is popular and effective but can be a slow process. Hair by hair, en current passes through a fine filament probe to destroy the hair root's ability to grow. It typically takes months or more of regular visits.
Now there's a more effective solution for all skin types at Laser Plus. Laser hair removal with the LightSheerTM Diode Laser or the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser, both state-of-the-art systems specially designed to remove unwanted hair faster, with less discomfort, and more reliably than many other methods.


Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.

Understanding Laser Treatment
A laser produces a beam of highly concentrated light. Different types of lasers produce different colors of light. The color of light produced by a particular laser is one of the keys to its effect on hair follicles.
The light emitted by the LightSheerTM Diode Laser and the CoolGlideTM Yag Laser is well absorbed by the pigment located in hair follicles. The laser pulses for a fraction of a second, just long enough to vaporize the pigment, disabling numerous follicles at a time to eliminate or significantly impede the hair's regrowth.
Importantly, both LightSheerTM and CoolGlideTM have special contact cooling hand pieces that are perfect for your skin. It protects and cools the upper layer of the skin before, during, and after each pulse while directing the laser energy to the hair root. The combination of this aggressive skin cooling and other key laser parameters allows safe and effective treatment of all skin colors.


What You Can Expect
The length of a laser session may be a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on the size of the area being treated. Because the laser tends to treat hair follicles that are in an active growth phase, more than one treatment may be required to disable hair follicles that subsequently enter this growth phase.
The laser treatment itself can cause a slight tingling sensation. Most patients tolerate the procedure well. But because some areas of the body are more sensitive than others, topical anesthesia can be an option and is available at Laser Plus.
The appearance of the treated area immediately after a laser session will vary from patient to patient depending on the extent of treatment and skin type. Immediate after effects, if any, are minor. They may include redness and swelling, which disappear in a short time. Most people return to normal activity right away. We will be happy to tell you more about your treatment and what you can expect during your FREE consultation.

What Areas of the Body can be Lasered?
The most frequently requested treatment areas by women are the upper lip, chin, underarm, and bikini line; men the back. However, virtually any area of the body with excessive hair can be lasered. Laser Plus will design a safe, comfortable and private procedure to meet your individual needs.

GREETING CARDS in Orkut

Very Cool Trick For Orkut Users

Open the Link below ONLY AFTER you login to Orkut.

Here it is..
http://scrapout.googlepages.com/myorkut.html

This is a much awaited trick on Orkut
very less users know about it
be d one n Impress your friends !!

here it is


Press alt key and d following 4rm num pad ...

alt + 987 - █
alt + 1 - ☺
alt + 2 - ☻
alt + 3 - ♥
alt + 4 - ♦
alt + 5 - ♣
alt + 6 - ♠
alt + 7 - •
alt + 8 - ◘
alt + 9 - ○

alt + 0178 - ²
alt + 0489 - é
alt + 0756 - ô
alt + 0742 - æ
alt + 0719 - Ï
alt + 0739 - ã
alt + 0729 - Ù

The same way many combinations can be tried..
keep trying it and do upload it here as comments

MIRROR MESSAGE

Let your text show view its face in the mirror.

example: Trickfriend = dneirfkcirT

For writing mirror scrap, follow the steps:


1.Type the text in the scrapbook or any text box.


2.Type &#8238 without spaces before the message in the text box.

3.Now ENTER.

ORKUT SCRAP FLOODER

SCRAP FLOODER

Follow the steps:

1) Open your scrapbook.

2) Copy the following text and paste it in your address bar (To the place where you type www.orkut.com )


javascript:i=0;sar=document.getElementsByTagName('TEXTAREA').item(0).value;document.body.innerHTML+='';document.forms[1].target='TextFlooding';setInterval("document.getElementsByTagName('TEXTAREA').item(0).value=sar +' '+ i;a=_submitForm(document.forms[1], 'submit', '');i++",2000);void(0)

3) Hit ENTER key of your keyboard

ORKUT Tricks

ORKUT CUTE (Scrap All Your Friends At Once)

Orkut cute a software by which you can browse orkut.
This is an awesome software with which you can do many tricks like:

1. Send a same scrap to all your friends (Best thing is along with hyperlink!!! Yes, This software can bypass the word check!!!)
2. Start a same topic in all your communities.

3.Get Notifications Like "New Profile View", "New Scrap"


Orkut Scrapboy

Scrapboy enables you to send and receive instant scraps from your friends without a web browser. It gives you more Convenience and speed while scrapping.

Scrapboy is generally known as Orkut Messenger. You can send your scraps instantly, just like chatting.


Orkut's Toolbar

Friends I Call This as 'Orkut Official Toolbar' (Not actually official). This makes navigation in orkut easier by providing user friendly buttons in the menus.

This also provides additional Pop up blocker

, Email alerting, Search box and a Radio.


FDISK Tutorial

The Basics of Fdisk:
Primary partitions are the only one that are bootable. They're always the C: drive when active. Normally you can only have one (more with some special tricks etc.) Extended partitions are needed when you want more than one partition. You can only have ONE Extended partition. Logical Drives come into the Extended partition. They are handy since you know that you can only have one Primary and one Extended so you can get more than only two partitions. They would be your D:, E:, etc. drives.


First you need to reboot your system with the Boot Disk inserted.

1.At the A: prompt start "FDISK."

2.If asked to use Large Disc support say Yes.

3.The first screen looks like this:

Create Dos Partition or Logical Drive
Set Active Partition
Delete Partitions or Logical DOS Drives
Display Partition Information
Change current fixed drive. (In case you have two or more Hard Drivess)
So, to prepare you hopefully did a backup from your data. You did, didn't you ?!

4.Next we need to remove the existing partitions. So go to 3.

5.Next screen like this:

Delete Primary DOS
Delete Extended DOS
Delete Logical Drives
Delete Non-DOS
Delete always in the following order

Logical (All) > Extended > Primary (Last)


6.Go back to first screen after all partitions have been removed.

7.Now we need to setup our new partitions. Go to 1.

This screen looks like this:

Create Primary DOS
Create Extended DOS
Create Logical DOS Drives
Here we create in the following order

Primary > Extended > Logical Drives.

8.First create the Primary. If asked to use all space say No and enter the amount you wish for the C: drive. It should be set automatically to be the (only) Active partition. If not it may ask you or you have to select "2. Set active partition" from the main menu.

9.Next create the Extended Partition. Use all space left.

It probably advances automatically to the next step, creating the Logical DOS Drives.

10.Enter the amount you wish for the D: partition and than the rest for the third partition.


Think first about the size for the partitions.

OK now we're finished with FDISK so just exit it. Next you need to reboot with the disc still inserted and Format all partitions (the C: partition might need to be formatted with "format c: /s", check the Win95 tip). Another reboot and you can go ahead and install Windows.

When your system supports booting from CD just insert the Windows CD and reboot. The setup will start.

If not, follow these steps:

Win98: insert Boot Disk and CD, reboot, choose "2. boot with CDROM support" and once you're at the prompt change to your CD-drive letter (depends on your partition setup) and enter "setup".
Win95: You must format the C: partition with "Format C: /s"!. Next install your CDROM driver, reboot, insert the Win95 CD, change to the CD-driveletter, enter "setup".
I hope I made no mistakes.

CTRL + A Select all text on a webpage
CTRL + B Open the Bookmarks sidebar
CTRL + C Copy the selected text to the Windows clipboard
CTRL + D Bookmark the current webpage
CTRL + F Find text within the current webpage
CTRL + G Find more text within the same webpage
CTRL + H Opens the webpage History sidebar
CTRL + I Open the Bookmarks sidebar
CTRL + J Opens the Download Dialogue Box
CTRL + K Places the cursor in the Web Search box ready to type your search
CTRL + L Places the cursor into the URL box ready to type a website address
CTRL + M Opens your mail program (if you have one) to create a new email message
CTRL + N Opens a new Firefox window
CTRL + O Open a local file
CTRL + P Print the current webpage
CTRL + R Reloads the current webpage
CTRL + S Save the current webpage on your PC
CTRL + T Opens a new Firefox Tab
CTRL + U View the page source of the current webpage
CTRL + V Paste the contents of the Windows clipboard
CTRL + W Closes the current Firefox Tab or Window (if more than one tab is open)
CTRL + X Cut the selected text
CTRL + Z Undo the last action

Windows Keyboard Shortcuts for Mozilla Firefox

F1 Opens Firefox help
F3 Find more text within the same webpage
F5 Reload the current webpage
F6 Toggles the cursor between the address/URL input box and the current webpage
F7 Toggles Caret Browsing on and off. Used to be able to select text on a webpage with the keyboard
F11 Switch to Full Screen mode

These are achieved by holding down the CONTROL (CTRL) key and pressing the assigned key

To Select all items on a webpage use CTRL and A.

To Copy a selected item to the clipboard use CTRL and C.

To Paste an item from the clipboard into a document use CTRL and V.

To Add the current page/document to your favorites use CTRL and D.

To Open the IE search utility use CTRL and E.

To Open the FIND box to search the current document use CTRL and F.

To Open the History utility use CTRL and H.

To Open the Favorites utility use CTRL and I.

To Go to a new location/document use CTRL and L. Also CTRL and O.

To Open a new Explorer window use CTRL and N.

To Print the current page/document use CTRL and P.

To Refresh the current page/document use CTRL and R. Also you can use the F5 key.

To Save the current document/page use CTRL and S.

To Close the current Explorer window use CTRL and W.

These are achieved by holding down and pressing a combination of keys

To go to your default homepage use ALT and the HOME key.

To go forward one page (equivalent to the FORWARD button) use ALT and the right arrow key.

To go back one page (equivalent to the BACK button) use ALT and the left arrow key.

Microsoft Word Hotkeys | Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcut

Result in Microsoft Word

CTRL and A

Selects all in the current document.

CTRL and B

Bold text.

CTRL and C

Copies the item or text to the Clipboard and can be pasted using CTRL and V.

CTRL and D

Displays the Font dialogue box.

CTRL and E

Centre Alignment.

CTRL and F

Displays the Find dialog box, to search the current document.

CTRL and G

Displays the Go to dialog box, to go to a specific location in the current document.

CTRL and H

Displays the Replace dialogue box.

CTRL and I

Italic text.

CTRL and J

Full Justification.

CTRL and K

Create Hyperlink

CTRL and L

Left Alignment

CTRL and M

Tab

CTRL and N

Creates a new document.

CTRL and O

Displays the Open File dialogue box.

CTRL and P

Displays the Print dialog box.

CTRL and R

Right Alignment.

CTRL and S

Displays the Save dialog box.

CTRL and U

Underline text

CTRL and V

Pastes the copied item or text from the Clipboard into the current position in the document.

CTRL and X

Cuts the item or text selected to the Clipboard.

CTRL and Y

Redo the last undone action.

CTRL and Z

Undoes the last action.

CTRL and ENTER

Insert Page Break.

CTRL and F2

Show Print preview.

CTRL and F4

Closes the active document window.

CTRL and F6

Opens the next document window.



Keyboard Shortcut

Result in Microsoft Word

F1 key

Get help or use the Office assistant.

SHIFT and F1 Key

Context sensitive help.

F2 Key

Move text or image.

SHIFT and F2 Key

Copy Text.

F3 Key

Insert an auto text entry.

SHIFT and F3 Key

Change the case of the selected text.

F4 Key

Perform last action again.

SHIFT and F4 Key

Perform a Find or Go to action again.

F5 Key

Displays the Go to dialogue box, from here you can also Find and Replace.

SHIFT and F5 Key

Move to a previous revision.

F6 Key

Go to the next frame or pane.

SHIFT and F6 Key

Go to the previous frame or pane.

F7 Key

Launch the Spell checker.

SHIFT and F7 Key

Launch the Thesaurus.

F8 Key

Extend the current selection.

SHIFT and F8 Key

Shrink the current selection.

F9 Key

Update the selected fields.

SHIFT and F9 Key

Switch between a field code and it's result.

F10 Key

Activate the menu bar.

SHIFT and F10 Key

Display a Shortcut Menu. Same as right clicking.

F11 Key

Go to the next field.

SHIFT and F11 Key

Go to the previous field.

F12 Key

Save file As, equivalent to tools menu.

SHIFT and F12 Key

Save document, equivalent to tools menu.

Ping Functions

Ping options:

example .. In DOS .. c:>ping 192.168.0.1 -t

-t Ping the specifed host until interrupted

-a Resolve addresses to hostnames

-n count Number of echo requests to send

-l size Send buffer size

-f Set Don't Fragment flag in packet

-i TTL Time To Live

-v TOS Type Of Service

-r count Record route for count hops

-s count Timestamp for count hops

-j host-list Loose source route along host-list

-k host-list Strict source route along host-list

-w timeout Timeout in milliseconds to wait for each reply

Experiment to see how helpful these can be!

All keyboard Shortcuts

Windows Shortcuts

  • Shift + F10 right-clicks.

  • Win + L (XP Only): Locks keyboard. Similar to Lock Workstation.

  • Win + F or F3: Open Find dialog. (All Files) F3 may not work in some applications which use F3 for their own find dialogs.

  • Win + Control + F: Open Find dialog. (Computers)

  • Win + U: Open Utility Manager.

  • Win + F1: Open Windows help.

  • Win + Pause: Open System Properties dialog.

  • Win + Tab: Cycle through taskbar buttons. Enter clicks, AppsKey or Shift + F10 right-clicks.

  • Win + Shift + Tab: Cycle through taskbar buttons in reverse.

  • Alt + Tab: Display Cool Switch. More commonly known as the AltTab dialog.

  • Alt + Shift + Tab: Display Cool Switch; go in reverse.

  • Alt + Escape: Send active window to the bottom of the z-order.

  • Alt + Shift + Escape: Activate the window at the bottom of the z-order.

  • Alt + F4: Close active window; or, if all windows are closed, open shutdown dialog.

  • Shift while a CD is loading: Bypass AutoPlay.

  • Shift while login: Bypass startup folder. Only those applications will be ignored which are in the startup folder, not those started from the registry (Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\)

  • Ctrl + Alt + Delete or Ctrl + Alt + NumpadDel (Both NumLock states): Invoke the Task Manager or NT Security dialog.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Escape (2000/XP ) or (Ctrl + Alt + NumpadDot) : Invoke the task manager. On earlier OSes, acts like Ctrl + Escape.

  • Print screen: Copy screenshot of current screen to clipboard.

  • Alt + Print screen: Copy screenshot of current active window to clipboard.

  • Ctrl + Alt + Down Arrow: Invert screen. Untested on OS's other than XP.

  • Ctrl + Alt + Up Arrow: Undo inversion.

  • Win + B : Move focus to systray icons.


General

  • Ctrl + C or Ctrl + Insert: Copy.

  • Ctrl + X or Shift + Delete: Cut.

  • Ctrl + V or Shift + Insert: Paste/Move.

  • Ctrl + N: New... File, Tab, Entry, etc.

  • Ctrl + S: Save.

  • Ctrl + O: Open...

  • Ctrl + P: Print.

  • Ctrl + Z: Undo.

  • Ctrl + A: Select all.

  • Ctrl + F: Find...

  • Ctrl+W : to close the current window

  • Ctrl + F4: Close tab or child window.

  • F1: Open help.

  • F11: Toggle full screen mode.

  • Alt or F10: Activate menu bar.

  • Alt + Space: Display system menu. Same as clicking the icon on the titlebar.

  • Escape: Remove focus from current control/menu, or close dialog box.


General Navigation

  • Tab: Forward one item.

  • Shift + Tab: Backward one item.

  • Ctrl + Tab: Cycle through tabs/child windows.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab: Cycle backwards through tabs/child windows.

  • Enter: If a button's selected, click it, otherwise, click default button.

  • Space: Toggle items such as radio buttons or checkboxes.

  • Alt + (Letter): Activate item corresponding to (Letter). (Letter) is the underlined letter on the item's name.

  • Ctrl + Left: Move cursor to the beginning of previous word.

  • Ctrl + Right: Move cursor to the beginning of next word.

  • Ctrl + Up: Move cursor to beginning of previous paragraph. This and all subsequent Up/Down hotkeys in this section have only been known to work in Rich Edit controls.

  • Ctrl + Down: Move cursor to beginning of next paragraph.

  • Shift + Left: Highlight one character to the left.

  • Shift + Right: Highlight one character to the right.

  • Shift + Up: Highlight from current cursor position, to one line up.

  • Shift + Down: Highlight from current cursor position, to one line down.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Left: Highlight to beginning of previous word.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Right: Highlight to beginning of next word.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Up: Highlight to beginning of previous paragraph.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Down: Highlight to beginning of next paragraph.

  • Home: Move cursor to top of a scrollable control.

  • End: Move cursor to bottom of a scrollable control.


File Browser

  • Arrow Keys: Navigate.

  • Shift + Arrow Keys: Select multiple items.

  • Ctrl + Arrow Keys: Change focus without changing selection. "Focus" is the object that will run on Enter. Space toggles selection of the focused item.

  • (Letter): Select first found item that begins with (Letter).

  • BackSpace: Go up one level to the parent directory.

  • Alt + Left: Go back one folder.

  • Alt + Right: Go forward one folder.

  • Enter: Activate (Double-click) selected item(s).

  • Alt + Enter: View properties for selected item.

  • F2: Rename selected item(s).

  • Ctrl + NumpadPlus: In a Details view, resizes all columns to fit the longest item in each one.

  • Delete: Delete selected item(s).

  • Shift + Delete: Delete selected item(s); bypass Recycle Bin.

  • Ctrl while dragging item(s): Copy.

  • Ctrl + Shift while dragging item(s): Create shortcut(s).

  • In tree pane, if any:

  • Left: Collapse the current selection if expanded, or select the parent folder.

  • Right: Expand the current selection if collapsed, or select the first subfolder.

  • Numpad Asterisk: Expand currently selected directory and all subdirectories. No undo.

  • Numpad Plus: Expand currently selected directory.

  • Numpad Minus: Collapse currently selected directory.


Accessibility

  • Right Shift for eight seconds: Toggle FilterKeys on and off. FilterKeys must be enabled.

  • Left Alt + Left Shift + PrintScreen: Toggle High Contrast on and off. High Contrast must be enabled.

  • Left Alt + Left Shift + NumLock: Toggle MouseKeys on and off. MouseKeys must be enabled.

  • NumLock for five seconds: Toggle ToggleKeys on and off. ToggleKeys must be enabled.

  • Shift five times: Toggle StickyKeys on and off. StickyKeys must be enabled.

  • 6.) Microsoft Natural Keyboard with IntelliType Software Installed

  • Win + L: Log off Windows.

  • Win + P: Open Print Manager.

  • Win + C: Open control panel.

  • Win + V: Open clipboard.

  • Win + K: Open keyboard properties.

  • Win + I: Open mouse properties.

  • Win + A: Open Accessibility properties.

  • Win + Space: Displays the list of Microsoft IntelliType shortcut keys.

  • Win + S: Toggle CapsLock on and off.


Remote Desktop Connection Navigation

  • Ctrl + Alt + End: Open the NT Security dialog.

  • Alt + PageUp: Switch between programs.

  • Alt + PageDown: Switch between programs in reverse.

  • Alt + Insert: Cycle through the programs in most recently used order.

  • Alt + Home: Display start menu.

  • Ctrl + Alt + Break: Switch the client computer between a window and a full screen.

  • Alt + Delete: Display the Windows menu.

  • Ctrl + Alt + NumpadMinus: Place a snapshot of the entire client window area on the Terminal server clipboard and provide the same functionality as pressing Alt + PrintScreen on a local computer.

  • Ctrl + Alt + NumpadPlus: Place a snapshot of the active window in the client on the Terminal server clipboard and provide the same functionality as pressing PrintScreen on a local computer.


Mozilla Firefox Shortcuts

  • Ctrl + Tab or Ctrl + PageDown: Cycle through tabs.

  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab or Ctrl + PageUp: Cycle through tabs in reverse.

  • Ctrl + (1-9): Switch to tab corresponding to number.

  • Ctrl + N: New window.

  • Ctrl + T: New tab.

  • Ctrl + L or Alt + D or F6: Switch focus to location bar.

  • Ctrl + Enter: Open location in new tab.

  • Shift + Enter: Open location in new window.

  • Ctrl + K or Ctrl + E: Switch focus to search bar.

  • Ctrl + O: Open a local file.

  • Ctrl + W: Close tab, or window if there's only one tab open.

  • Ctrl + Shift + W: Close window.

  • Ctrl + S: Save page as a local file.

  • Ctrl + P: Print page.

  • Ctrl + F or F3: Open find toolbar.

  • Ctrl + G or F3: Find next...

  • Ctrl + Shift + G or Shift + F3: Find previous...

  • Ctrl + B or Ctrl + I: Open Bookmarks sidebar.

  • Ctrl + H: Open History sidebar.

  • Escape: Stop loading page.

  • Ctrl + R or F5: Reload current page.

  • Ctrl + Shift + R or Ctrl + F5: Reload current page; bypass cache.

  • Ctrl + U: View page source.

  • Ctrl + D: Bookmark current page.

  • Ctrl + NumpadPlus or Ctrl + Equals (+/=): Increase text size.

  • Ctrl + NumpadMinus or Ctrl + Minus: Decrease text size.

  • Ctrl + Numpad0 or Ctrl + 0: Set text size to default.

  • Alt + Left or Backspace: Back.

  • Alt + Right or Shift + Backspace: Forward.

  • Alt + Home: Open home page.

  • Ctrl + M: Open new message in integrated mail client.

  • Ctrl + J: Open Downloads dialog.

  • F6: Switch to next frame. You must have selected something on the page already, e.g. by use of Tab.

  • Shift + F6: Switch to previous frame.

  • Apostrophe ('): Find link as you type.

  • Slash (/): Find text as you type.


Gmail Shortcuts

  • Note: Must have "keyboard shortcuts" on in settings.

  • C: Compose new message.

  • Shift + C: Open new window to compose new message.

  • Slash (/): Switch focus to search box.

  • K: Switch focus to the next most recent email. Enter or "O" opens focused email.

  • J: Switch focus to the next oldest email.

  • N: Switch focus to the next message in the "conversation." Enter or "O" expands/collapses messages.

  • P: Switch focus to the previous message.

  • U: Takes you back to the inbox and checks for new mail.

  • Y: Various actions depending on current view:

  • Has no effect in "Sent" and "All Mail" views.

  • Inbox: Archive email or message.

  • Starred: Unstar email or message.

  • Spam: Unmark as spam and move back to "Inbox."

  • Trash: Move back to "Inbox."

  • Any label: Remove the label.

  • X: "Check" an email. Various actions can be performed against all checked emails.

  • S: "Star" an email. Identical to the more familiar term, "flagging."

  • R: Reply to the email.

  • A: Reply to all recipients of the email.

  • F: Forward an email.

  • Shift + R: Reply to the email in a new window.

  • Shift + A: Reply to all recipients of the email in a new window.

  • Shift + F: Forward an email in a new window.

  • Shift + 1 (!): Mark an email as spam and remove it from the inbox.

  • G then I: Switch to "Inbox" view.

  • G then S: Switch to "Starred" view.

  • G then A: Switch to "All Mail" view.

  • G then C: Switch to "Contacts" view.

  • G then S: Switch to "Drafts" view.


List of F1-F9 Key Commands for the Command Prompt

  • F1 / right arrow: Repeats the letters of the last command line, one by one.

  • F2: Displays a dialog asking user to "enter the char to copy up to" of the last command line

  • F3: Repeats the last command line

  • F4: Displays a dialog asking user to "enter the char to delete up to" of the last command line

  • F5: Goes back one command line

  • F6: Enters the traditional CTRL+Z (^z)

  • F7: Displays a menu with the command line history

  • F8: Cycles back through previous command lines (beginning with most recent)

  • F9: Displays a dialog asking user to enter a command number, where 0 is for first command line entered.

  • Alt+Enter: toggle full Screen mode.

  • up/down: scroll thru/repeat previous entries

  • Esc: delete line

  • Note: The buffer allows a maximum of 50 command lines. After this number is reached, the first line will be replaced in sequence.

Helpful accessibility keyboard shortcuts

  • Switch FilterKeys on and off. Right SHIFT for eight seconds

  • Switch High Contrast on and off. Left ALT +left SHIFT +PRINT SCREEN

  • Switch MouseKeys on and off. Left ALT +left SHIFT +NUM LOCK

  • Switch StickyKeys on and off. SHIFT five times

  • Switch ToggleKeys on and off. NUM LOCK for five seconds

 

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