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End-User Windows 8 Touch/Mouse Cheat Sheet

01.15.2013
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 Windows Enterprise Desktop - John Savill Offers Nifty Win8 Cheat Sheet

John Savill has been a player in the Windows world since the late 1990s, when his Windows NT FAQ became a go-to resource for IT professionals looking for Windows NT tips, tricks, and details that was both accurate and reliable. He’s continued to play a positive role in that world ever since, as a Microsoft MVP and a regular contributor to Windows publications and Websites of all kinds. These days, he works for Microsoft as a virtualization expert (his most recent book Microsoft Virtualization Secrets, provides lots of great info about Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V v3, and a panoply of uses for MS virtualization technologies). When he’s not busy doing his job, he’s still digging into new MS technologies, and building better tools to help ordinary users be productive. His Windows 8 Cheat Sheet for Keyboard and Touch...

Windows IT Pro - Windows 8 Cheat Sheet for Keyboard and Touch

Q: Where can I find a Windows 8 end-user cheat sheet with the most useful keyboard and touch commands?

A: Windows 8 users need help with touch and keyboard commands. Below is an image that displays the key shortcuts I've seen used by many organizations and that are most useful to a user.

Print it out as a small card and leave it on the desks of users. You can put your organization's logo on the back if double sided.

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