Keyboard shortcuts for Domino

This tip describes using keyboard shortcuts for Domino.

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 tim...

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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
[F5] Logoff/Lock Notes
[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

This was first published in April 2003

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