Keyboard shortcuts are sequence of keys that you can enter on your e-reader to execute different functions. Generally, you can approach these similar actions using the five-way executives to choose an array of menu benefits. But the keyboard shortcuts offer a beneficial and agile way of carrying out frequently desired actions.

Along with these key sequences, the kindle tech support providers explained that you can press on the shortcut directions in any exploration field. To easily get the search screen, users need to click on the Home button, then click on the Menu button, and then choose the Search. You can look at this list of those shortcut commands by entering @help in the search field. Then click on the Enter key, which is right below the Del key.

Here is the list of the keyboard shortcuts and shortcut commands released by Amazon kindle technical support available for your e-reader:

To Make This HappenDo This
Show the timeType @time or click on the Menu button then the time will appear at the top of the screen
Display free memoryClick on the Menu button (free memory appears in the top-left side corner of the screen)
Capture a screenshotClick Alt + Shift + G (the image is saved as a .gif file in the documents folder, and you can copy or view it when the Kindle is connected to your computer)
Go to the Kindle StoreClick Alt + Home button
Open the Kindle store with search results for book titles containing keywordType @store keyword
Jump to a specific page on your Home screenClick and hold Alt, type the page number, and then click the five-way controller
Go to the next article in a newspaper or magazineMove the five-way controller to the right, or click Alt + Next Page or Alt+ Previous Page
Instantly search the Web from your Home screenType your search terms, use the five-way controller to move the cursor to the right, and then choose the Google as the search category
Add a bookmarkClick Alt + B
Play or pause an MP3 trackClick Alt + spacebar
Advance to the next songClick Alt + F
Pause an Audible audiobookClick the spacebar
Start or stop the Text-to-Speech featureClick Shift + SYM
Pause or resume the Text-to-Speech featureClick the spacebar
Change the spacing and number of lines per page (the default is 3)Click Alt + Shift + number (where number is from 1

through 9)

Delete all text in the editing windowClick Alt + Del
Refresh the displayClick Alt + G

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