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revised MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
the 4 top points are not answer to the question (seem not to be useful at all for the solution)
Oct
22
comment MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
:-( unless someone else comes up with some trick ...
Oct
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suggested approved edit on MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
Oct
22
comment MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
Alt(shift)tab and (Shift)F6 doesn't answer the question (I have a single window Word, it is specified in the question). These are different shortcuts.
Oct
22
comment MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
Thanks. Ctrl-(Shift)-F6 is almost there... but... this way i have no control over what is the next/previous document. So is there 1) something that would allow me to choose the document from the list? 2) some shortcut that would switch to the previous window but not in the sense of some fixed order, but in the sense of "previously used document"? Thanks!
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asked MS Word 2007 keyboard shortcut for switching between word documents
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Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't register newly added repository
And also I noticed that perhaps the order of items in sources.list matters? Seems that if you add at the end it has priority over what is before it.
Feb
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revised apt-get doesn't register newly added repository
this could be very useful as well, as he already noted in the comment (should be part of the answer)
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accepted apt-get doesn't register newly added repository
Feb
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comment apt-get doesn't register newly added repository
No I haven't! I am apt-get newbie!
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asked apt-get doesn't register newly added repository
Dec
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accepted What does %Path% mean at the end of PATH?
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comment What does %Path% mean at the end of PATH?
Anthony, so my general conclusion is, that I can simply ignore the %Path% and add things behind it, right? (I am not really into debugging system scripts to fix it unless it actually causes any problem.)
Dec
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revised What does %Path% mean at the end of PATH?
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Dec
12
comment What does %Path% mean at the end of PATH?
Thanks Anthony! This looks like an explanation! I removed the confusing ... part from my answer.