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Windows 2.03


Experienced Member
Jun 21, 2003
Ontario, Canada... the frosty north.
Because of a lack of mouse, I have to use the keyboard, and as a result there are some keystroke commands I dunno about yet. For instance, to switch drive menus, you press Ctrl+(drive letter), for instance "Ctrl+C", but how can I go up in folders? Example, right now when I go to D drive in Windows, I'm in "D:\win-2-03". What keystroke command(s) do I press to get just into the root of the drive, "D:\"?

If anyone has the actual help file for Windows 2.x or even 1.x it would be most helpful! Thanks in advance..