These keyboard shortcuts are designed to save time by allowing you to rapidly navigate and perform actions on comments.
If your blog gets a large number of comments, you will find these shortcuts especially useful. Check the Keyboard Shortcuts checkbox to enable keyboard shortcuts for comment moderation. Please note, the keyboard shortcuts are designed to use both hands, simultaneously, on a QWERTY style keyboard layout.
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The keyboard shortcuts are used for navigation and for actions. For any action to affect a comment, that comment must be first selected. The comment that is considered selected is indicated with a light-blue background. By default, no comment is selected, so, you will need to press either the letter j key, or letter k key, to start navigating.
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Navigating comments is accomplished with the j and k keys. When you first visit the Comments page, no comments is selected, so, first press the letter j , or the letter k , to select the first comment. After that, just press the letter j to move the select to the next comment. Note that if you come to the bottom of a page of comments and press j again, you will be taken to the next page and the first comment of that next page will be selected.
Select a range of text: Click in front of the first character, then hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and click at the end of the text you want to select. You can select just a few characters or a large amount of text across paragraphs or pages.
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For more ways to select text, see Pages for Mac keyboard shortcuts. The insertion point is a blinking vertical line or I-beam in text that indicates where the next character you type will appear. In a text box or shape: Click the object.
If the object already contains text, click once to select the object, then click again in the text where you want to place the insertion point. In a table cell: Click the cell to select it, then click again where you want to start typing.
After you place the insertion point, you can use the arrow keys to move it.