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OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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Shortcut Keys Result
F1Starts the Help.
In the Help: jumps to main help page.
Shift+F1Activates What's This? (extended tip) for the mouse pointer, which turns into a question mark. Move the pointer over an item (command, icon or control) to view the extended tip.
Shift+F2Displays an extended tip for the item (command, icon or control) currently selected by using the keyboard.
Ctrl+F4 or Alt+F4Closes the current document. Closes when the last open document is closed.
F6Sets focus in next subwindow.
Shift+F6Sets focus in previous subwindow.
F10Activates the first menu (File menu).
Shift+F10Opens the context (pop-up) menu.
Ctrl+F11Opens the Style Catalog.

OpenOffice 3.x Getting Started Guide
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