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Re: Keyboard shortcut for switching between open notebooks

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  • Subject: [mg17276] Re: Keyboard shortcut for switching between open notebooks
  • From: dreiss at ! (David Reiss)
  • Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 02:34:52 -0400
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  • References: <7fp7tr$>
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In article <7fp7tr$3hj at>, Silvia Heubach
<sheubac at> wrote:

> I have a seeing-impaired student in my introductory course on
> Mathematica. He operates mainly using the keyboard, and would like to
> find out whether there is a keyboard command that allows to cycle
> through the open notebooks (a la windows). Please send any answers to
> silvi at or sheubac at
> Thanks,
> Silvia Heubach

WRI Technical support said the following when I queried 
them on this:

"There is a keyboard shortcut defined for the Windows platform users. It is
'cntrl + F6'.  However, there is no known shortcut for
any other platforms at this time. The suggestion for creating such a
shortcut will be forwarded to the appropriate people in our development

"Information on this keyboard shortcut as well as other shortcuts can be
found in the Mathematica Help Browser under "Other Information"."




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