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How to use Windows Shortcuts to be a more proficient Writer
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How to use Windows Shortcuts to be a more proficient Writer

Windows shortcuts are those little snippets of helpfulness hidden within Windows that make work go a lot faster and a lot easier. I use ‘em all the time in my work as a TES (Technical Engagement Specialist) on the SHARP Account as it much faster at editing my annotations than using the Mouse, which takes infernally long to react at times. So today, I’ve decided to let you in on a secret as to why I’m so good at my job; I’m a Blogger trapped in the body of a Sub-Par typist using Shortcut codes to get by in my job as a TES on the SHARP Account! This is because the keyboard, also an analog input device like the Mouse (even the Optical Mouse is analog!), doesn’t require the use of the Graphics Card to carry out its commands; it communicates directly with whichever program that’s loaded into ...