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Article editor shortcut summary
Published on October 19, 2004 By Adam Najmanowicz In
Stardock Blog Navigator Professional offers a host of keyboard accelerators while you edit your articles.
Here you have a short summary of the most important keystrokes used by the article editor.


Formatting

Description (Command) Key
Toggle bold formatting CTRL+B
Toggle italic formatting CTRL+I
Toggle underlining CTRL+U
Increase paragraph indent CTRL+T
Decrease paragraph indent CTRL+SHIFT+T


Posting and file operations

Description Key
Save the edited article into a locally stored file CTRL+S
Post the edited article to online blog (make it visible for the user butnot to the general public) ALT+S
Publish the edited article to online blog  (make it visible for the general public) CTRL+SHIFT+S
Upload a file/image to an associated FTP account for use in the edited article ALT+U
Insert Image CTRL+SHIFT+I
Insert Horizontal line at the end of the edited article CTRL+SHIFT+H
Print edited article

CTRL+P



Movement

Description Key
Move one character to the right. If an absolutely positioned element is selected, nudge the element one pixel to the right. RIGHT ARROW
Move one character to the left. If an absolutely positioned element is selected, nudge the element one pixel to the left. LEFT ARROW
Move down one line. If an absolutely positioned element is selected, nudge the element down one pixel. DOWN ARROW
Move up one line. If an absolutely positioned element is selected, nudge the element up one pixel. UP ARROW
Move right one word CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Move left one word CTRL+LEFT ARROW
Move to the end of the current line END
Move to the start of the current line HOME
Move down one paragraph CTRL+DOWN ARROW
Move up one paragraph CTRL+UP ARROW
Move down one page PAGE DOWN
Move up one page PAGE UP
Move to the beginning of the document CTRL+HOME
Move to the end of the document CTRL+END
Cycle selection through block-level elements within the control TAB
Reverse-cycle selection through block-level elements within the control SHIFT+TAB



Selection

Description (Command) Key
Extend the selection one character to the right SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Extend the selection one character to the left SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Extend the selection right one word CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Extend the selection left one word CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Extend the selection up one line SHIFT+UP ARROW
Extend the selection down one line SHIFT+DOWN ARROW
Extend the selection to the end of the current line SHIFT+END
Extend the selection to the start of the current line SHIFT+HOME
Extend the selection down one page SHIFT+PAGE DOWN
Extend the selection up one page SHIFT+PAGE UP
Extend the selection to the end of the document CTRL+SHIFT+END
Extend the selection to the beginning of the document CTRL+SHIFT+HOME
Select all elements in the document CTRL+A



Editing

Description (Command) Key
Delete the selection or, if there is no selection, the character to the left of the insertion point BACKSPACE
Delete all of a word to the left of the insertion pointer, not including the space before CTRL+BACKSPACE
Copy the selection to the Clipboard CTRL+C
Paste the contents of the Clipboard to the current location CTRL+V
Cut the selection to the Clipboard CTRL+X
Delete the selection without placing it on the Clipboard DELETE
Toggle between inserting and overwriting text INSERT
Undo the most recent formatting commands CTRL+Z
Re-do the most recently undone commands CTRL+Y
Find text CTRL+F
Display the Hyperlink dialog box if the insertion point is within an element CTRL+L
Toggle absolute positioning for the selected element CTRL+K



absolute positioning

A CSS feature that allows elements in a Web page to be positioned using style attributes that function like x and y coordinates. Using CSS styles, absolutely positioned elements also support a z-index that allows them to appear in front of or behind other elements on the page. Absolute positioning is a DHTML feature implemented through various style attributes. .
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