Hi Kirk, Thanks for the pointer! It's a bit of a reach but Ctl-F6 does exactly what I wanted! Regards Rick DuVall Systems Manager Dealer's Auto Auction of Okc 405 947-2886 Ext:143 rick@xxxxxxxxxx Kirk.Palmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Said: I believe that Alt-Left and Alt-Right work like in a web browser... One, I think, goes back in your history of files opened. If you go back far enough, it will re-open source you have already closed. Ctl-F6 will allow you to navigate between the files opened in the editor, but will also go back through your history. However, it will only navigate the files currently opened in the editor, and it will show a small window to allow you to select which file to go to, like the Alt-Tab in the Windows environment. Hope this helps, Kirk Palmer IT Project Manager Walsworth Publishing Company, Inc.
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