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F2 Rename the selected item
Ctrl+Right Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word Ctrl+Left Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word Ctrl+Down Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph Ctrl+Up Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph
Ctrl+Shift with an arrow
key Select a block of text
Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document
Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop
Shift with any arrow key
Ctrl with any arrow key+Spacebar Ctrl+A Select all items in a document or window F3 Search for a file or folder
Alt+Enter Display properties for the selected item
Alt+F4 Close the active item, or exit the active program
Windows logo key Open the Start menu
Alt+Tab Switch between open programs or windows Alt+F4 Close the active item, or exit the active program Ctrl+S Save the current file or document (works in most programs) Ctrl+C Copy the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+V Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z Undo an action
Ctrl+A Select all items in a document or window F1 Display Help for a program or Windows Windows key +F1 Display Windows Help and Support Esc Cancel the current task
Application key (near to right Ctrl key) Open a menu of commands related to a selection in a program. Equivalent to right-clicking the selection.
Monday, 13 August 2012
YOU determine what success is for you. It’s not based on any judgment other than your own. It’s not dependent upon materialistic measurements. And, for some, success is the journey, itself. Success may be something material, such as money or a new home. It could be something egotistical, as the power and notoriety that comes with the position of CEO. It could be emotional, as finding love and commitment. Success may even be unselfish and altruistic, as seeing children in third world countries healthy and safe. Success has no particular name or identity. There is no one method to describe what success is, other than the definition above. It means something different to each individual. All successful people, however, have one thing in common — determination! To be a success, you must first determine to be so. Though not always a conscious decision, the seed that leads to action is to first determin
Being successful is a two-part process — determination and belief! Both of which begin in the mind. Diane was fortunate that her determination to write became a career. She began to believe, because the determination was creating opportunities — her bosses praised her writing and gave her more, college professors praised her abilities, and once a man wept after having read one of her poems. That’s when she began to believe in her ability to write. She began to believe she had talent — if she hadn’t, she would not be a writer today. It was enough to thrust her forward to enter the Profession her heart desired. She might have achieved her success much sooner had she bee consciously working toward it.
It’s important to be consciously on your path to success, and equally important to prepare your mind, spirit and body for the success you seek. It’s not enough to be an anonymous member of society, who lets others decide your fate. To allow life to “pull you along” creates conflicts, resentments and lost opportunities. Without a clear notion of where you want to be means that you: • End up in situations not to your liking. Why? Because if you don’t have a clear idea of what you want in life, you get whatever is left over, causing conflicts by not having what you believe you desire but never
determined, being in one bad relationship after another, being in one bad job after another, and so on. • Resent your life and many of the people in it. This isn’t what you imagined for yourself! In truth, if you had taken the time to truly imagine something for yourself and went beyond dreaming and wanting it to determining and believing, you would be there now and would not be reading this book. • Pass up many opportunities that could help you get to where you’re going faster. You don’t take risks — you play it safe. Why? You don’t recognize the opportunities as such, when they present themselves. The chapters that follow show you the steps to take to change your life NOW! We teach you how to be consciously on your path. It’s never too late to start. The principles herein are used for any type of success you seek, regardless of what it is. So, get ready to open yourself to new opportunities and to succeed in any way you desire — you can be anything at any time, anywhere. You only need to open your mind to the possibilities, then ... Change Your Mind — Change Your Life.