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We've gathered cheat sheets for fast reference to Windows information. You'll find cheat sheets listing commands, keyboard shortcuts, admin tips and more. Do you have a favorite Windows cheat sheet? Let us know!

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  • Windows 7 Hotkeys -- This reference lists keyboard shortcuts for Windows 7.

  • Power Point Cheat Sheet -- Do you work in Power Point a lot? Print this list of Power Point keyboard shortcuts and keep it on hand for a quick reference.

  • Power Point Quick Reference -- This guide provides the fundamentals of working with Power Point.

  • Windows Alt Key Codes --This page list codes for accented letters and other characters. (It's also a handy reference for figuring out how to stop typing unwanted characters when you inadvertently hit shortcut combos.)

  • Windows Command Line -- Use the command line to give you more power over your system. See this A-Z index.

  • Windows 2000 Error Messages -- This is a long list of error codes with associated messages.

  • XP Pro Error Messages -- Similar to the Windows 2000 resource.

  • Windows 7 Info Sheet -- This Windows 7 resource offers IT solutions providers the information they need for customers considering Windows 7 migrations.

  • XP Keyboard Shortcuts -- This guide lists the keyboard shortcuts for common Windows tasks.

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This was last updated in April 2010

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