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Shortcut Keys For RegEdit In Windows

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Searching:
“Ctrl+F” — Opens the Find dialog box.
“F3” — Repeats the last search.

Browsing:
“Keypad +” — Expands the selected branch.
“Keypad -” — Collapses the selected branch.
“Keypad *” — Expands all the selected branch’s sub keys.
“Up Arrow” — Selects the previous key.
“Down Arrow” — Selects the next key.
“Left Arrow” — Collapses the selected branch if it’s not collapsed; otherwise, selects the parent key.
“Right Arrow” — Expands the selected branch if it’s not already expanded; otherwise, selects the key’s first sub key.
“Home” — Selects My Computer.
“End” — Selects the last key that’s visible in the key pane.
“Page Up” — Moves up one page in the key pane.
“Page Down” — Moves down one page in the key pane.
“Tab” — Moves between the key and value panes.
“F6” — Moves between the key and value panes.

Others:
“Delete” — Deletes the select branch or value.
“F1” — Opens Regedit’s Help.
“F2” — Renames the selected key or value.
“F5” — Refreshes the key and value panes.
“F10” — Opens Regedit’s menu bar.
“Shift+F10” — Opens the shortcut menu for the selected key or value.
“Alt+F4” — Closes Regedit.

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