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I've used the example of a keyboard shortcut here but the principle can apply to almost any task - we begin without knowing a certain skill or function exists and, through learning, practice and progress, we end by carrying out the task without thinking about it.
Users can have a favourite shortcuts menu in front of them to use when required.
The shortcut vulnerability is present in Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server R2.
If you're a math person like me, you will appreciate a shortcut that is 80 percent quicker
Local residents said the spot where he was killed was commonly used as a shortcut between Llanbradach and Ystrad Mynach.
Like standard shortcuts, creating a folder shortcut in a Cabinet is as simple as dragging the desired folder directly from Windows Explorer into the desired Cabinet.
Peter Borwein and Plouffe realized that about 20 other mathematical constants have similar shortcut formulas.
Active Tray also lets users activate the system tray items easily and faster with shortcut keys and the ability to customize the way users want the system tray to look and feel.
For example, Upslash+B is the shortcut to Beam; Up-slash+C corresponds to Cut.
A SHORTCUT is a special kind of icon that allows you to perform an action without having to go through the usual procedure of opening menus and sub-menus.
Hastings had touted a shortcut to California in his 1845 bestseller The Emigrants Guide to Oregon and California.
Pope offers shortcut to salvation" said a headline in the National Post, commenting on the papal bull ("bulla" is Latin for seal) proclaiming the Great Jubilee of the year 2000.