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After approximately 20 years of using Frontage (I use it since 1996) I realized that my working habits in FrontPage that I spontaneously acquired during all those years of intensive daily usage are all wrong. That happened accidentally when I went to a conference and forgot my mouse.
I was forced to use keyboard shortcuts for a week and after that I realized how much time and effort I wasted for all those years. It simply amazing stupidity for a computer professional, who came from command line background.
Some very useful and enhancing productivity FrontPage shortcuts became evident to me only after ten or more years of usage ;-). Another problem is that brain capacity to remember keyboard shortcuts is limited and those that you use rarely are often forgotten and mouse and menu are used instead no matter how hard you try.
this problem is highly individual but for a giver program you usually can't remember more then a couple dozens of keystrokes. But you can split shortcuts into hierarchy of "mental pages" and this way you can actually remember much more, three dozens is not problem if they are split into multiple "mental pages" with 5-7 items in each.
That's why it is important to print cheat-sheet and put is over monitor when you are using Frontpage. Creation and maintenance of this cheat-sheet is an important productivity enhancing activity. This cheat sheet should consist of several "mental pages" with no more then a dozen related shortcuts in each.
|That's why it is important to print cheat-sheet and put is over monitor when you are using Frontpage. Creation and maintenance of this cheat-sheet is an important productivity enhancing activity.|
It is very important distinguish between vital but non-obvious shortcuts and "junk" shortcuts. Among non obvious shortcuts that have potential to enhance your productivity I would mention the following (of course this is highly subjective rating):
Ctrl-[, in code view ONLY: search matching tag
Ctrl-;, in code view ONLY
Ctrl-F2/F2/Shift-F2 is code view
Those are mostly unique for FrontPage.
Again, I would like to stress that in order to train yourself to use them printing "cheat-sheets" an putting it over the monitor is necessary for most people. You can use a thin PCB cooking board to attach it above the monitor, or use some other method (if monitor is close the wall the wall can be used). Base for a flag also can be used.
Otherwise you soon forget the shortcut and return to an old way of doing the same staff. Printed cheatsheet serves as your long-term memory and you can gradually polish it. It is important to limit yourself to just one double spaced sheet (say 20 shortcuts). Excessive zeal in using shortcuts in counterproductive. See also Frontpage Tips
Excessive zeal in using shortcuts in counterproductive. Limit yourself to only those few that really matter (less then 20). Usage of cheat-sheet in a mouse pad or over the display is a must.
Many Frontpage keystrokes are also used with other members of Microsoft Office family such as MS Word and Excel, so as such they are easier to remember then unique for FrontPage keystrokes. Here Microsoft has done an excellent job in unifying interfaces between components of the Office (generally Office is a masterpiece of Microsoft software; more so then Windows).
Among those that matter we can mention:
Here is the source of your inspiration ;-). There are way too many of them, so chose wisely :-)
|Create a hyperlink||CTRL+K|
|Display HTML tags||CTRL+/|
|Create an AutoThumbnail of the selected picture||CTRL+T|
|Preview a page in a Web browser||CTRL+SHIFT+B|
|Display the Microsoft Script Editor||SHIFT+ALT+F11|
|Create a new page||CTRL+N|
|To do this||Press|
|Run the accessibility checker.||F8|
|Create a new Web page.||CTRL+N|
|Open a Web page.||CTRL+O|
|Close a Web page.||CTRL+F4|
|Save a Web page.||CTRL+S|
|Print a Web page.||CTRL+P|
|Refresh a Web page; refresh the Folder List; when in Split view, refreshes Code view changes in Design view.||F5|
|Switch between open Web pages.||CTRL+TAB|
|Switch between open Web pages in reverse order.||CTRL+SHIFT+TAB|
|Preview a Web page in a Web browser.||CTRL+SHIFT+B|
|Quit Microsoft FrontPage.||ALT+F4|
|Display nonprinting characters.||CTRL+ SHIFT+8|
|Display HTML tags in Design view.||CTRL+ /|
|Find text or HTML on a Web page.||CTRL+F|
|Find the next occurrence of the most recent search.||F3|
|Find the previous occurrence of the most recent search.||SHIFT+F3|
|Find the next occurrence of the current selection.||CTRL+F3|
|Find the previous occurrence of the current selection.||CTRL+SHIFT+F3|
|Replace text or HTML on a Web page.||CTRL+H|
|Check spelling on a Web page.||F7|
|Look up a word in the thesaurus.||SHIFT+F7|
|Cancel an action.||ESC|
|Undo an action.||CTRL+Z or ALT+BACKSPACE|
|Redo or repeat an action.||CTRL+Y or SHIFT+ALT+BACKSPACE|
|Move through open dialog boxes.||ALT+F6|
|Move through open dialog boxes in reverse order.||ALT+SHIFT+F6|
|Delete a Web page or folder in the Folder List or any dialog box.||DELETE|
|Move up one level.||BACKSPACE|
|To do this||Press|
|Preview the current page in a Web browser.||F12|
|Move between Code, Design, Split, and Preview views.||CTRL+PAGE DOWN or CTRL+PAGE UP|
|Move between Code and Design panes in Split view.||ALT+PAGE DOWN or ALT+PAGE UP|
|Show or hide the Folder List.||ALT+F1|
|Rename the currently selected file in the Folder List.||F2|
|Check out the currently selected file in the Folder List.||CTRL+J|
|Check in the currently selected file in the Folder List.||CTRL+SHIFT+J|
|In Hyperlinks view, move through hyperlink nodes.||UP ARROW, DOWN ARROW, LEFT ARROW, or RIGHT ARROW|
|Expand the current node and move to the right in Hyperlinks view.||SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW|
|Expand the current node and move to the left in Hyperlinks view.||SHIFT+LEFT ARROW|
|Move through the AutoFilter settings for the columns in Reports view.||CTRL+T|
|To do this||Press|
|Quick tag editor. (design view)||CTRL+Q|
|Insert temporary bookmark (code view only)||CTRL+F2|
|Next temporary bookmark.||F2|
|Previous temporary bookmark.||SHIFT+F2|
|Go to line (code view only)||CTRL+G|
|Insert code snippet.||CTRL+ENTER|
|Insert end tag.||CTRL+.|
|Insert start tag.||CTRL+,|
|Insert HTML comment.||CTRL+/|
|Find matching tag.||CTRL+;|
|Go to definition of function.||CTRL+[|
|Find matching brace.||CTRL+]|
|To do this||Press|
|Change the font.||CTRL+SHIFT+F|
|Change the font size.||CTRL+SHIFT+P|
|Apply bold formatting.||CTRL+B|
|Apply an underline.||CTRL+U|
|Apply italic formatting.||CTRL+I|
|In the More Colors dialog box, activate the color picker.
Note SHIFT +TAB should activate, in order: Cancel, OK, Select, Custom, Value, and then the color picker.
|Use the color picker (follow the instructions for the previous entry first).||LEFT, RIGHT, BACK, or FORWARD ARROW KEY|
|Apply superscript (superscript: Describes text that is slightly higher than other text on a line, such as a footnote reference mark.) formatting.||CTRL+PLUS SIGN|
|Apply subscript (subscript: Describes text that is slightly lower than other text on a line. Subscripts are often used in scientific formulas.) formatting.||CTRL+EQUAL SIGN|
|Copy formatting.||CTRL+ SHIFT+C|
|Remove manual formatting.||CTRL+SHIFT+Z or CTRL+SPACEBAR|
|Center a paragraph.||CTRL+E|
|Left align a paragraph.||CTRL+L|
|Right align a paragraph.||CTRL+R|
|Indent a paragraph from the left.||CTRL+M|
|Indent a paragraph from the right.||CTRL+ SHIFT+M|
|Apply a style (style: Styles are used to control the font, alignment, and spacing of text; appearance of background pages; and other HTML attributes. A collection of styles is called a style sheet.).||CTRL+ SHIFT+S|
|Apply the Normal style.||CTRL+SHIFT+ N|
|Apply the Heading 1 style.||CTRL+ALT+1|
|Apply the Heading 2 style.||CTRL+ALT+2|
|Apply the Heading 3 style.||CTRL+ALT+3|
|Apply the Heading 4 style.||CTRL+ALT+4|
|Apply the Heading 5 style.||CTRL+ALT+5|
|Apply the Heading 6 style.||CTRL+ALT+6|
|Apply the List style.||CTRL+ SHIFT+L|
Common hotkeys in FrontPage to help you be more productive
FrontPage is a full-featured HTML editor. In addition to common text file editing, many other functions are included, such as table layouts, and a complete list of HTML tags. Below are the keystrokes required to perform almost any command available in FrontPage. For page designers, knowing these hotkeys will greatly increase performance and productivity.
Common TasksF8 Run the accessibility checker. Ctrl+N Create a new Web Page. Ctrl+O Open a Web Page. Ctrl+F4 Close a Web Page. Ctrl+S Save a Web Page. Ctrl+P Print a Web Page. F5 Refresh a Web Page or Folder List in Split view. Refresh Code view changes in Design view. Ctrl+Tab Switch between open Web Pages. Ctrl+Shift+Tab Switch between open Web Pages in reverse order. Ctrl+Shift+B Preview a Web Page in a Web browser. Alt+F4 Quit Microsoft FrontPage. Ctrl+ Shift+8 Display nonprinting characters. Ctrl+ / Display HTML tags in Design view. Ctrl+F Find text or HTML on a Web Page. F3 Find the next occurrence of the most recent search. Shift+F3 Find the previous occurrence of the most recent search. Ctrl+F3 Find the next occurrence of the current selection. Ctrl+Shift+F3 Find the previous occurrence of the current selection. Ctrl+H Replace text or HTML on a Web Page. F7 Check spelling on a Web Page. Shift+F7 Look Up a word in the thesaurus. ESC Cancel an action. Ctrl+Z or Alt+Backspace Undo an action. Ctrl+Y or Shift+Alt+Backspace Redo or repeat an action. Alt+F6 Move through open dialog boxes. Alt+Shift+F6 Move through open dialog boxes in reverse order. Delete Delete a Web Page or folder in Folder List or dialog boxes. Backspace Move Up one level.
Access and use views
F12 Preview the current Page in a Web browser.
Ctrl+Page Down or Ctrl+Page Up Move between Code, Design, Split, and Preview views.
Alt+Page Down or Alt+Page Up Move between Code and Design panes in Split view.
Alt+F1 Show or hide the Folder List.
F2 Rename the currently selected file in the Folder List.
Ctrl+J Check out the currently selected file in the Folder List.
Ctrl+Shift+J Check in the currently selected file in the Folder List.
Up, Down, Left, or Right Arrow In links view, move through link nodes.
Shift+Right Arrow Expand current node and move to Right in links view.
Shift+Left Arrow Expand current node and move to Left in links view.
Ctrl+T Move through AutoFilter column settings in Reports view.
Work with coding tools
Ctrl+Q Quick tag editor.
Ctrl+F2 Insert temporary bookmark.
F2 Next temporary bookmark.
Shift+F2 Previous temporary bookmark.
Ctrl+G Go to line.
Ctrl+ENTER Insert code snippet.
Ctrl+. Insert end tag.
Ctrl+, Insert start tag.
Ctrl+/ Insert HTML comment.
Ctrl+Space Complete word.
Ctrl+: Select tag.
Ctrl+; Find matching tag.
Ctrl+í Select block.
Ctrl+[ Go to definition of function.
Ctrl+] Find matching brace.
Format text and paragraphs
Ctrl+Shift+F Change the font.
Ctrl+Shift+P Change the font size.
Ctrl+B Apply bold formatting.
Ctrl+U Apply an underline.
Ctrl+I Apply italic formatting.
Ctrl++(Plus) Apply superscript formatting.
Ctrl+= Apply subscript formatting.
Ctrl+ Shift+C Copy formatting.
Ctrl+Shift+V Paste formatting.
Ctrl+Shift+Z or Ctrl+Space Remove manual formatting.
Ctrl+E Center a paragraph.
Ctrl+L Left align a paragraph.
Ctrl+R Right align a paragraph.
Ctrl+M Indent a paragraph from the Left.
Ctrl+ Shift+M Indent a paragraph from the Right.
Ctrl+ Shift+S Apply a style
Ctrl+Shift+ N Apply the Normal style.
Ctrl+Alt+1 Apply the Heading 1 style.
Ctrl+Alt+2 Apply the Heading 2 style.
Ctrl+Alt+3 Apply the Heading 3 style.
Ctrl+Alt+4 Apply the Heading 4 style.
Ctrl+Alt+5 Apply the Heading 5 style.
Ctrl+Alt+6 Apply the Heading 6 style.
Ctrl+ Shift+L Apply the List style.
Edit and move text and graphics
Backspace Delete one character to the Left.
Delete Delete one character to the Right.
Ctrl+Backspace Delete one word to the Left.
Ctrl+Delete Delete one word to the Right.
Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert Copy text or graphics.
Ctrl+X or Shift+Delete Cut selected text to the Microsoft Office Clipboard.
Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert Paste the Clipboard contents.
Shift+ENTER Insert a line break.
Ctrl+Shift+Space Insert a non-breaking space.
Select text and graphics
Shift+Right Arrow Move one character to the Right.
Shift+Left Arrow Move one character to the Left.
Ctrl+Shift+Right Arrow Go to the end of a word.
Ctrl+Shift +Left Arrow Go to the beginning of a word.
Shift+END Go to the end of a line.
Shift+HOME Go to the beginning of a line.
Shift+Up Arrow Move one line Up.
Shift+Down Arrow Move one line Down.
Ctrl+Shift+Down Arrow Go to the end of a paragraph.
Ctrl+Shift+Up Arrow Go to the beginning of a paragraph.
Shift+Page Down Move one screen Down.
Shift+Page Up Move one screen Up.
Ctrl+A Select the entire Page.
Alt+ENTER Display the properties of a selection.
Work with Tables, graphics, and links
Shift+Ctrl+Alt+T Insert a Table.
Tab Select the next Table cellís content.
Shift+Tab Select the preceding Table cellís content.
Shift+ Left or Right Arrow Extend a selection to adjacent cells in a row.
Shift+ Up or Down Arrow Select a column.
Ctrl +T With the graphic selected, create an auto thumbnail.
Ctrl+K Create a link on a Web Page.
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