Most AnyZip functions can be accessed from the AnyZip Toolbar. In addition these can also be launched from the AnyZip menus by scrolling down to the required action. Keyboard shortcuts allow you to launch an action within AnyZip without the need to click on the Tool Bar icons or on individual menu items.
A key or combination of keys that when pressed will quickly perform an action within an application that would normally require several user actions, such as menu selections. Also called: application shortcut key
a combination of keys that can be pressed to do something that you normally do with the mouse
a combination of keys that can be used to quickly access a specific function
a combination of keys that can be used to replace a command otherwise selected with the mouse
a combination of keys that, when pressed simultaneously, perform some task that ordinarily requires use of a mouse or other input device and may take longer to do
a combination of keys that you press on your keyboard to perform a particular function
a combination of keystrokes to perform some sort of action, like Ctrl-P to print or Ctrl-S to save
a computer term to refer to a sequence of keys that, when pressed, performs a function often requiring several mouse clicks
a key or combination of keys that you can use to access button functions while you are working in SAP
a sequence of keys (such as Control-A) that activates a menu command
a single keystroke or a combination of keystrokes that executes a command
A quicker method of achieving a goal. For example pressing CTRL + A to select all of the text in your document is much quicker than finding the command on the toolbar. Learning keyboard shortcuts for commands in the programs you use most frequently saves a lot of time.
A key that selects a menu item. The shortcut works only if the menu is displayed. Contrast hotkey.
A combination of key presses that one can use instead of a mouse action to perform a task. Keyboard shortcuts include a combination of a command key (control, alt, option), and usually a letter key. They are convenient alternatives to using the mouse to choose menu commands as one becomes more acclimated. Often they are indicated by a note alongside a menu command. Keyboard shortcuts are available in both system software and application programs. See Menu, Toolbar, Software.
A combination of keystrokes that, when pressed, will perform a certain action.
keyboard shortcut is a key or combination of keys that provides an alternative to standard ways of performing an action.
A key combination that issues the same command as pressing a mouse button would but without using the mouse. Keyboard shortcuts in Windows—based applications are indicated by the underlined character in a button's caption. (Press the underlined character and the alt key at the same time instead of clicking the command button with the mouse.) AKA "hot key"
A keyboard shortcut is a key sequence (q.v.) which invokes a command. What other programs call "assign a keyboard shortcut" Emacs calls "bind a key sequence". See `binding.'
A keyboard sequence that performs a common menu command without using the mouse. For a list of shortcuts available in Personal Knowbase, see Keyboard Shortcuts.
Two or more keys you can press to accomplish an action more efficiently. A keyboard shortcut requires the use of at least one modifier key (the command key or the Option key) to complete the action.
A keystroke combination (usually a modifier key and a character key, like Control-C) that activates a menu item from the keyboard even if the relevant menu is not currently displayed. See also keyboard operations, mnemonic.
a combination of keystrokes that performs some function otherwise found in a pulldown menu.
A single key or combination of keys that sends instructions to the computer. The only way of doing so if you do not use a mouse but sorely underused by those who do.
A keyboard shortcut (or accelerator key, shortcut key, hot key, key binding, keybinding, key combo, etc.) is a key or set of keys that performs a predefined function. These functions can often be done via some other, more indirect mechanism, such as using a menu, typing a longer command, and/or using a pointing device. By reducing such sequences to a few keystrokes, this can often save the user time, hence "shortcut".