This shortcut is used by 94 programs in our database.
There isn't any generic description for this shortcut.
What this shortcut does in different programs?
All programs using this shortcut, by category.
Audacity - Move forward through currently focused toolbar in Upper Toolbar dock area, Track View and currently focused toolbar in Lower Toolbar dock area
Adobe Acrobat 2017 (Windows and Unix) - Move to next open document window (when focus is on document pane)
OneNote for the web - (then press Tab to put focus on different pages. Press Enter to select a page) Move from current page to the ribbon, and then move among commands.
OneNote for the web - (then press Tab to focus on different ribbon tabs, Enter) Activate a different ribbon tab
OneNote for the web - (then tab to a section, Shift+F10, Down Arrow to New Section command, Enter) New section
LibreOffice Base - Sets the focus (if not in design mode) to the first control. The first control is the first one listed in the Form Navigator
Microsoft Excel 2019 - Switches to the next workbook window when more than one workbook window is open
Excel for the web - Move between the cells, sheet tabs, status bar, list of services, and the ribbon
QuickBooks Desktop - Move to the next open window and make it active. Note: Some windows, such as the Accountant Center, does not allow this
Eplan Platform 2.9 - Switch between the windows such as graphical editors, navigators etc., that are docked as a tab
Sparx Systems Enterprise Architect 16.1 - When debug stepping, automatically run to the end of the current context/method and return the the calling context
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