Introduction
Entering Commands
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File Names
Directories
Commands A-C
Commands D-F
Commands G-L
Commands M-Z
Wildcards
Command Line Buffer
Redirecting
Piping
More Keys
Tips, Tricks & Hints
Closing
Legal Notices

More Keys
INSERT - Toggles between insert and overwrite mode.
HOME - Moves cursor to the begining of the command line.
END - Moves cursor to the end of the command line.
ESC - Cancels changes you made to the command line buffer and
restores it to the original contents, must be pressed before
ENTER KEY, return, is pressed, also erases the command line.
BACKSPACE - Moves cursor left one position on the active command line
and erases the character in that position.
LEFT ARROW - Same as backspace key.
CAPS LOCK - Locks the shift key in place.
CTRL-C - Stops a DOS command and returns to the DOS prompt,
CTRL-PauseBreak also does this.
CTRL-H - Same as backspace.
CTRL-P - Causes everything on the screen to be sent to the
printer, entering a CTRL-P a second time stops this function.
CTRL-S - Pauses the execution of DOS commands, the
pause/break key alone does the same, pressing
"any key" except CTRL-C resumes processing.
SHIFT-PrtSc - Sends the current screen contents to the printer.
F5 - Pauses the AUTOEXEC.BAT and CONFIG.SYS
files on bootup if the F5 key is pressed.