Every once in a while, you come across something that saves you a few steps every time you do something, and it...
is so simple, you don't understand why you didn't know about it before. I remember the first time I found out about the [CTRL] + M shortcut. EUREKA! It saves so much time and actually helps me get a lot done, because I can jot off the message when I think about it, without regard to what else I'm doing in Notes at the time.
Below are some of my favorites. I've even included the obvious one's that are Windows standards, because just last week, someone reminded me of the [CTRL] + O shortcut.
|Anywhere in Notes|
|[ALT]||Displays the shortcut key to use for actions or windows|
|[ALT] + [Enter]||Toggles the properties window Open/Closed|
|[CTRL] + M||Opens a new Mail Memo|
|[CTRL] + O||Opens the Open Database Dialog|
|[CTRL] + P||Opens the Prints Dialog|
|[CTRL] + S||Save the current document/form|
|[CTRL] + [BREAK]||Stop an operation|
|[F1]||Context Sensitive Help|
|[F9]||Refresh a view/document|
|In a view|
|[TAB]||Next unread document in the view|
|[SHIFT] + [TAB]||Previous unread document in the view|
|[INS]||Toggles a document as Read/ UnRead|
|In a document being viewed/edited|
|[Enter]||Opens the Next document in the view (view only)|
|[Shift] + [Enter]||Opens the Pevious document in the view (view only)|
|[CTRL] + A||Selects All|
|[CTRL] + R||Toggles ruler On/Off|
|[CTRL] + Z||Undo last operation|
For more shortcuts and more information on these keyboard shortcuts and their Macintosh equivalents, see Most commonly used keyboard shortcuts