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GUI Testing Checklist - Shortcut keys / Hot Keys

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GUI Testing Checklist - Shortcut keys / Hot Keys

Note: The following keys are used in some windows applications, and are included as a guide.
Key No Modifier Shift CTRL ALT
F1 Help Enter Help Mode n\a n\a
F2 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F3 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F4 n\a n\a Close Document / Child window. Close Application.
F5 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F6 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F7 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F8 Toggle extend mode, if supported. Toggle Add mode, if supported. n\a n\a
F9 n\a n\a n\a n\a
F10 Toggle menu bar activation. n\a n\a n\a
F11, F12 n\a n\a n\a n\a
Tab Move to next active/editable field.  Move to previous active/editable field.  Move to next open Document or Child window. (Adding SHIFT reverses the order of movement). Switch to previously used application. (Holding down the ALT key displays all open applications).
Puts focus on first menu command (e.g. 'File'). n\a n\a n\a

3.3. Control Shortcut Keys
Key Function
CTRL + Z Undo
CTRL + X Cut
CTRL + C Copy
CTRL + V Paste
CTRL + N New
CTRL + O Open
CTRL + P Print
CTRL + S Save
CTRL + B Bold*
CTRL + I Italic*
CTRL + U Underline*

* These shortcuts are suggested for text formatting applications, in the context for
which they make sense. Applications may use other modifiers for these operations.

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