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    Full screen shortcut in windows

    I have Windows XP Media Center Edition and i watch a lot of movies. I want to know what is full screen shortcut in windows? I want to learn all the shortcuts that i possibly can. Please help me guys.. I'm not too techie when it comes to using keyboard...

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    Re: Full screen shortcut in windows

    The shortcut for full screen for windows media player is Alt+Enter key for Internet Explorer is F11 key. For a complete list see this : Windows Keyboard Shortcuts

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    Re: Full screen shortcut in windows

    I recommend that you visit microsoft's official website. Here is a link for Windows Media player 9 shortcut list from microsoft : http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...er9series.mspx

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    Re: Full screen shortcut in windows

    Thanks for the help guys, but i have Windows Media Player 10. Will all the shortcuts be same or different? Thanks again!

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    Re: Full screen shortcut in windows

    Generally, the new shortcuts would have new combination but the general shortcut combination keys remains the same. But still you can have this link for windows media player 10 : http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win.../player10.mspx

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