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Default BlackBerry Shortcuts

Don't know if any message left here covers it, so I'll post it again...
Let me know if I missed anything.

Note: Word / PDF available to anyone who wants it, PM me for it.

BlackBerry Shortcuts

From Home Screen:

Note: Dial from Home Screen must be turned off.
Located here: Phone--> Options --> Dial from Home Screen

M – Messages
C – Compose
P – Phone
A – Address Book
B – Browser
L – Calendar
S – Search Messages
V – Saved Messages
T – Tasks
D – MemoPad
R – Alarm
F – Profiles
U – Calculator
O – Options
K – Keyboard Lock

From Messages:

Note: Use ‘Search’ to define new hotkeys to use in the message list

ALT+I – Incoming Messages
ALT+O – Outgoing Messages

E – Oldest / Next Oldest Delivery Error
R – Reply
T – Top
B – Bottom
N – Next
P – Previous
U – Next Unread
S – Search
C – Compose
V – Saved Messages

Calendar:

G – Go to date
C – New Appointment
A – List all Appointments
W – Week View
M – Month View
D – Day View
T – Today

In Month View:
N – Next Month
P – Previous Month

In Week View:
N – Next Week
P – Previous Week

In Day View:
No shortcuts… starts entering a new appointment

Other Handy Tricks:
ALT+CAP+DEL – Soft-Reset BlackBerry
ALT+CAP+H – Show the Help Screen

For the following, hold ALT and type the letters:
NMLL – Display signal strength in decibels, type it again for bars
LGLG – Display Event Log

Options:
Type the first letter of where you want to be, it will take you to that point in the list. i.e. typing ‘S’ will take you to Screen/Keyboard.

AutoText:
In any message body typing the items (on the left) will be replaced with information (description on the right):

mynumber – BlackBerry’s phone number
mypin – BlackBerry’s PIN
br – Left Bracket ‘(‘
ld – Long Date, i.e. Mon, Dec 27, 2004
lt – Long Time, i.e. 7:06:26 PM
myver – Model / Firmware Version, i.e. 6280 / 3.7.1.41
rb – Right Bracket ‘)’
sig – Owner Name
usrid – Owner Information

Note: You can define your own AutoText entries (Options --> AutoText, Click and Select ‘New’) … these are excellent for shorthand typing.

Some Possibilities (NOT DEFINED BY DEFAULT):
ofc – Office
smk – Smoke
cfe – Coffee
mtng – Meeting
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IFF you have upgraded to 4.0 then:

ALT+I, ALT+O, ALT+D, ALT+P, ALT+S functions don't work!!

You have to hold down ALT+SHIFT along with the letter, e.g., ALT+SHIFT+I
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Default Reset shortcut on 7100t?

I must be missing something here. The manual says that a reset is ALT + Shift + Backspace or remove the battery. On the 7100t, what 3 keys do this? There is no "half-moon" key. Thanks.
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The manual is incorrect. The only way to reboot a 7100t is to pop the battery.
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Thanks for the info everyone... I will need to update on BBguide to reflect this :( ... probably get to it tomorrow.
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You can move and hide icons by hitting Shift (up and down arrows) andth escape key on 7100t ! Enjoy!
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Yes, you can move and delete icons around on ANY BlackBerry doing that. Thanks. Now, have you come up with a way to move icons from one menu to another on the 7100t ;)
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Is there a way to send emails without using the scroll button. I know the hotkey to compose an email, but how do i send the email without using the scroll button?
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I have recently updated to an 8700g on T-mobile. I tried to use the shortcut "E" key in the message list. I got the following error message: No delivery error in list. It appeared inside a window with an "I" icon (information?)

Thanks in advance for your assitance.
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I have recently updated to an 8700g on T-mobile. I tried to use the shortcut "E" key in the message list. I got the following error message: No delivery error in list. It appeared inside a window with an "I" icon (information?)

Thanks in advance for your assitance.
Well, since the "E" shotcut on the 8700, as the message above states, takes you to the oldest delivery error, your mail folder must have no delivery errors in it, thus the message.
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Thanks for the reply. I was mistaken in my idea of the function associated with the key.

There is so much to learn. I better keep reading...
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