Shortcut

A Windows file that points to another file or folder, details ...
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shortcut

[n] - a route shorter than the usual one
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shortcut

cutoff noun a route shorter than the usual one
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Shortcut

An icon which you can click to go directly to a program or document.
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shortcut

In computing, keyboard combination or icon that activates a procedure otherwise available only through pull-down menus and dialog boxes. Most commercial software comes with built-in keyboard shortcuts and pushbuttons, and many allow users to create their own custom shortcuts. In Microsoft Windows, a shortcut is an icon that launches a progr...
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Shortcut

[magazine] Shortcut is a Swedish-language magazine and meeting place centred on work and lifestyle. It is aimed at: As at August 8, 2004 it has 40,374 members. ...
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