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Microsoft auf der didacta 2015: „Besser lernen. Für alle.“

MSDN Blogs - 1 hour 14 min ago

Digitale Medien und Medienkompetenz sind seit langem wichtige Schlüsselqualifikationen in Bildung und Ausbildung. Ein Gesamtkonzept berücksichtigt sowohl didaktisch-methodische Komponenten als auch bedarfsgerechte, individuelle Lösungen. Unter dem Motto „Besser lernen. Für alle.“ zeigt Microsoft auf der Bildungsmesse didacta in Hannover (24.-28. Februar 2015, Halle 23, A30) sein breites Angebot für das Bildungswesen.

„Lebenslanges Lernen“ ist heute selbstverständliche Notwendigkeit. Microsoft engagiert sich seit vielen Jahren in der Bildungsförderung und unterstützt mit seinen Produkten, Lösungen und Initiativen alle Bildungsbeteiligten. Das Unternehmen präsentiert auf der diesjährigen didacta aktuelle Produkte und Lösungen. Mediengestütztes Lernen und Unterrichten in konkreten Szenarien steht sowohl am Microsoft-Stand (Halle 23, A 30) als auch an ausgewählten Partner-Ständen im Mittelpunkt. Die Besucher können sich mobile Geräte, flexible Lernangebote und Lernmanagement mit Produkten wie Office Mix, OneNote oder Sway anschauen und über kostengünstige Möglichkeiten der Lizenzierung informieren. Dazu gehören u.a. der Neue FWU-Vertrag, Office 365 sowie der Student Advantage Benefit und Teacher Benefit. Für den Administrationsbereich steht u.a. mit Microsoft Windows Intune ein Angebot für das Management mobiler Geräte zur Verfügung.

 „Mit ‚Besser lernen. Für alle.‘ bieten wir unseren Kunden ein aktuelles und neu gestaltetes Portfolio an Möglichkeiten, mediengestütztes Lernen und Lehren zu realisieren“, sagt  Stefan Schick, Area Lead Education bei Microsoft Deutschland. „Durch unsere Angebote können Schulen ihre IT zeitgemäß, kostengünstig und ohne großen administrativen Aufwand betreiben und ihren Schülerinnen und Schülern so den perfekten Einstieg in ihre zukünftige Arbeitswelt ermöglichen.“

Während der gesamten Messedauer werden in Zusammenarbeit mit unseren Partnern täglich in Halle 23 Vorträge und Trainings für Lehrkräfte angeboten.

Terminübersicht:

Microsoft-Stand (Halle 23, A30): täglich 11.45-12:00 Uhr und 14:45-15:00 Uhr
 „Expertengespräche“ (zuvor eingereichte Fragen werden von unseren Experten am Stand beantwortet)

Acer Computer GmbH-Stand (Halle 23, A32):  
-    täglich 11:00-11:30 Uhr und 14:00-14:30 Uhr,  „Microsoft Stiftnutzung mit OneNote und Office 365“
-    Mittwoch, 25.02.2015, 16:30-17:00 Uhr, „Office Mix“
-    Donnerstag, 26.02.2015, 16:30-17:00 Uhr, „OneNote Classbook Creator“
-    Freitag, 27.02.2015, 16:30-17:00 Uhr, „Microsoft Sway“

AIXConcept GmbH-Stand (Halle 23, C52):
-    Durchgängig: Testraum Office 365 und Lync: interaktives Lernen live sowie Microsoft Lync für die Schule am Multi-Touchscreen
-    Dienstag, 24.02.2015, 15:30-16:00 Uhr, Vorträge zu Microsoft OneNote, Lync, Sway, Office Mix und Tablets mit Stifteingabe
-    Mittwoch, 25.02.2015 bis Freitag, 27.02.2015, 10:00-10:30 Uhr, Vorträge zu Microsoft OneNote, Lync, Sway, Office Mix und Tablets mit Stifteingabe

Small Basic on Mac

MSDN Blogs - 2 hours 20 min ago

Today I'm writing this blog on my Mac mini.  Today's topic is how Small Basic programs run on Mac.

Silverlight

Silverlight plug-in supports Safari (browser for Mac OS X).  So published Small Basic programs can be run on Safari.  On Mac, some fonts are in common with Windows such like Arial, Courier New, Times New Roman, Trebuchet MS and so on.  But other fonts are not in Mac.  Details about fonts are here.

Mono

Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework.  So I tried to run the Small Basic environment.  But this trial was failed.  Because WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) is not supported by Mono.  Mono runs such like below as a command.  I tried to run TextWindow base Small Basic program with this command, but failed again. TextWindows base program also needs WPF.

Virtual Machine

Mac mini has Intel CPU and similar architecture with Windows preinstalled PCs.  So, Windows can be installed to Mac mini.  And there are some virtual machine softwares such like Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion.  I installed Parallels Desktop 10 to my Mac mini and Windows 8.1 on it.  Of course the Small Basic environment runs in this virtual machine.


Azure Websites の Application Insights 拡張機能により Azure Websites で Application Insights の新機能が利用可能に

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 23:45
このポストは、1 月 15 日に投稿された New Application Insights functionality on Azure Websites with the Application Insights Website extension の翻訳です。 Application Insights は Azure プレビュー ポータルで提供されているプレビュー サービスです。アプリケーションの可用性、パフォーマンス、利用状況など、あらゆる角度からアプリケーションに関する情報を開発チームが取得できるため、迅速で強力なトラブルシューティング、診断、および利用状況の把握が可能となります。 Azure Websites の新しい Application Insights 拡張機能は、Azure Application Insights チームと Azure Websites チームの緊密な協力により誕生しました。 お客様の Websites でこの拡張機能を有効化すると、アプリケーションの依存関係と関連する統計をすべて表示することができます。また、さらにドリルダウンして...(read more)

Tipp: PowerShell ISE - das richtige Werkzeug ist die halbe Arbeit!

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 23:42

Sobald Dinge komplex werden, braucht man gute Tools und bei Windows PowerShell ist das nicht anders. Wer also komplexere PowerShell-Skripte erstellt, dem empfehle ich die Windows PowerShell ISE.

Die Windows PowerShell ISE, kurz für Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment, bietet Standards wie Syntax-Highlighting und Autovervollständigung. Auf Windows 8 und Windows Server 2012 R2 ist die PowerShell ISE bereits vorinstalliert und kann auf anderen Versionen nachinstalliert werden.

Wer die PowerShell ISE nicht gleich findet, kann in meinem Blog-Beitrag Wo ist die Windows PowerShell ISE unter Windows 8 zu finden? nachlesen oder sich auf Channel 9 ein Video ansehen, wo und wie sie zu finden ist.

Der Arbeitsbereich der PowerShell ISE ist in drei Bereiche aufgeteilt. Links oben der Editor, links unten ein PowerShell-Eingabebereich und rechts eine Schnellsuche für PowerShell-Befehle oder je nach Add-On weitere Funktionen.

Der Editor unterstützt Syntax-Highlighting, Autovervollständigung, Regionen und Zeilennummern. Im PowerShell-Fenster darunter kann man direkt Befehle eingeben oder aber das Skript im Editor ganz oder zeilenweise ausführen. Mit dem Befehl "Skript ausführen (F5)" wird das gesamte Skript ausgeführt und mit "Auswahl ausführen (F8)" nur die aktuelle Zeile bzw. die markierten Zeilen ausgeführt. Letzteres ist gerade beim Testen von Skripten sehr hilfreich.

Regionen zum Auf- und Zuklappen (erkennbar am Minus- oder Plus-Symbol am Anfang der Zeile) können über Skript-, Kommentar- oder Regionsblöcke (#region Text … #endregion) erstellt werden.

Beim Skripten für Azure bietet es sich an, den Modul-Filter vom Befehls-Add-On auf der rechten Seite auf "Azure" einzustellen, damit man nur die PowerShell-Befehle für Azure sieht. Über das Suchfeld unter dem Modul-Filter kann man dann zusätzlich nach Teilen aus den Befehlen suchen. Wem diese Suche nicht ausreicht, kann auch noch einmal einen Blick in meinen Blog-Beitrag Tipp: PowerShell für Microsoft Azure - Alle Befehle für einen Service finden werfen.

Sobald ein Befehl in der Befehlsliste ausgewählt wurde, werden darunter die möglichen Parameter für diesen Befehl angezeigt. Auf diese Weise kann man sich einen Befehl in Ruhe (meist unter Zuhilfenahme der Dokumentation) zusammenbauen. Unter dem Bereich für die Parameter gibt es drei Aktionen: Ausführen, Einfügen und Kopieren. Diese führen respektive den Befehl mit den angegebenen Parametern direkt aus, fügen ihn in das PowerShell-Fenster ein (ohne Enter zu "drücken") oder kopieren ihn in die Zwischenablage.

Weitere Informationen

Wo ist die Windows PowerShell ISE unter Windows 8 zu finden? (Channel 9)

Wo ist die Windows PowerShell ISE unter Windows 8 zu finden? (MSDN Blog)

Windows PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) in TechNet

Windows PowerShell ISE Add-On Tools

Grundlagen: PowerShell für Microsoft Azure installieren (MSDN Blog)

English Summary

On Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 R2 the Windows PowerShell ISE is preinstalled. PowerShell ISE is a handy editor for Windows PowerShell scripts with syntax highlighting, auto completion, regions etc. Very useful for testing is the possibility to run just selected code instead of the whole script. It does not matter if you select whole lines or only some commands.

ExpressRoute を無料でご利用いただけるプロモーションを展開

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 23:30
このポストは、1 月 15 日に投稿された Try ExpressRoute Free of Charge with this Promotion の翻訳です。 マイクロソフトはこのたび、Azure ExpressRoute のプロモーションについて発表しました。この機会に、オンプレミス環境と Azure 間を高速で接続するプライベート接続をぜひお試しください。2015 年 1 月 1 日から 2015 年 6 月 30 日まで、ネットワーク サービス プロバイダー (NSP) による 10 Mbps の Azure ExpressRoute 接続を 無料でご利用いただけます *。このプロモーションは、 現在 ExpressRoute が提供されているリージョン 全域で、新規のお客様と既存のお客様の双方に適用されます。 また、一部のパートナー企業が今回のプロモーションに合わせてさまざまなサービスを展開していますので、お手軽な料金で ExpressRoute 接続をお試しいただけるようになっています。パートナー各社が同時提供しているプロモーションは次のとおりです。 ...(read more)

Pública una increíble Página Web en Microsoft Azure

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 23:29

URL video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxjMMm6BR5s&feature=youtube_gdata

Windows na desce Intel Galileo

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 22:40
Internet of Things je označení skloňované ze všech stran a ani my k němu nejsme lhostejní. Vzhledem k tomu, že deska s mikropočítačem Galileo je široce dostupná a různé experimenty s ní nám připadají zajímavé, přinášíme vám příspěvek z blízkého zahraničí. Autorem článku je Ľuboslav Lacko, https://novywindows.wordpress.com/ . Aby ste mohli...(read more)

Windows 10: Další kapitola

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 22:40
Asi vám neuniklo, že ve středu 21. ledna 2015 bylo oznámeno, že Windows 10 bude k dispozici jako upgrade zdarma pro miliony stávajících uživatelů počítačů s Windows. Také byly představeny některé nové klíčové funkce, které budou postupně dostupné. Pokud jste živý přenos minuli nebo si ho chcete znovu připomenout, nabízíme několik odkazů: Webcast on demand The next generation...(read more)

Editar Página Web para montarla en Microsoft Azure

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 22:32

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBXIipotKQQ&feature=youtube_gdata

データベース バックアップでイベント ID 3014 が記録される

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 21:00

 

SQL Server の新しいバージョンで、データベース バックアップ時に記録されるログが追加されましたので、ご紹介します。

変更点

SQL Server 2012 SP2、SQL Server 2014 から、イベントログ(アプリケーション) と SQL Server エラーログに、バックアップ完了時に次のようなメッセージが記録されるようになりました。

ログの名前:         Application
ソース:           MSSQLSERVER
イベント ID:       3014
レベル:           情報
説明:
BACKUP DATABASE により 322 ページが 0.733 秒間で正常に処理されました (3.430 MB/秒)。

 

例: SQL Server 2014

イベント ID 18264 とともに、イベント ID 3014 が記録されます。

イベントログ (アプリケーション)

SQL Server エラーログ

2015-01-22 09:29:33.45 Backup      Database backed up. Database: db1, creation date(time): 2015/01/22(09:28:36), pages dumped: 330, first LSN: 33:56:65, last LSN: 33:86:1, number of dump devices: 1, device information: (FILE=1, TYPE=DISK: {'C:\work\db1.bak'}). This is an informational message only. No user action is required.
2015-01-22 09:29:34.02 Backup      BACKUP DATABASE successfully processed 322 pages in 0.733 seconds (3.430 MB/sec).

 

例: SQL Server 2012 SP1

イベント ID 18264 のみが記録されます。

イベントログ (アプリケーション)

SQL Server エラーログ

2015-01-22 09:22:52.89 バックアップ      Database backed up. Database: db1, creation date(time): 2015/01/22(09:15:46), pages dumped: 290, first LSN: 31:56:64, last LSN: 31:86:1, number of dump devices: 1, device information: (FILE=1, TYPE=DISK: {'C:\work\db1.bak'}). This is an informational message only. No user action is required.

 

補足

このメッセージは、以前はバックアップ完了時にクライアントに返されるだけでした。

しかしながら、バックアップ パフォーマンス等バックアップの調査をするにあたり、過去のバックアップの実行時間が重要な手がかりになることがあります。 クライアントだけではなく、サーバーにも記録して残しておくことで、よりスムーズな調査ができるようにするための変更となります。バックアップの動作自体には全く影響はないため、ご安心ください。

¡Activa tu cuenta de Microsoft Azure para aprovechar el máximo potencial del programa BizSpark!

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 20:29

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PF49J2l3_b8

 

Activa Microsoft Azure en 3 sencillos pasos.

Forgot password for your Azure VM?

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 18:45

Unfortunately Azure Portal doesn’t have this simple feature. The only solution I know is using Azure Powershell Cmdlets. There are different articles talking about this. But they are not concise at all. To me I just need simple steps to reset password for one single VM. So here you go. Just “8 simple steps” you can get your VM back.

Read on http://paullou.com/ for the steps.

Activa tu aplicación a BizSpark y entra a tu cuenta MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) ¡Portal para descarga de software!

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 18:33

URL de video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVUiZujRsPQ&feature=youtube_gdata

Aplica al programa de apoyo a emprendimiento: BizSpark. !Software y cómputo en la nube sin costo!

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 18:26

Es hora de llevar tu idea o empresa al siguiente nivel, aprovecha al máximo el programa de apoyo por parte de Microsoft para desarrollar todo tu potencial. 

¡Les comparto guía paso a paso de cómo generar la aplicación para entrar a ésta gran comunidad!

Link para ver el video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY_b2hCs-9I&feature=youtube_gdata

 

 

Cómo crear una cuenta Microsoft

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 18:16

Uno de los requisitos básicos para entrar al ecosistema Microsoft es tener una cuenta de outlook o hotmail, es muy sencillo y en menos de 2 minutos puedes activarla. Aquí un video que explica paso a paso este procedimiento.

 

Liga para ver el video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FluEU68TSk

 


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Office Graph (Delve) の開発 (Office 365 API) #dotnetlab

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 17:28

この投稿では、Office Graph API を使った開発 (Office 365 API 開発) について紹介します。

...(read more)

Installing And Configuring PowerShell To Build Out a Linux-based High Performance Storage Infrastructure In The Cloud

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 16:11

This post is about provisioning a Linux VM (Ubuntu) with Premium storage. Most posts focus on Windows but the customers I work with our 100% Linux based.

Microsoft has recently gone into preview with an amazingly fast storage infrastructure. I am very excited about this because I am working with a lot of companies who want the fastest possible on disk. It is called Azure premium storage.

I don't know if you've been paying attention but we have taken the lead when it comes to the fastest possible infrastructure running in a public cloud. I am working with companies who are experiencing even better performance than other leading public cloud providers.

Imagine the power of our G5 machine:

  1. 32 cores

  2. RAM = 448 GB

  3. Local SSD disk = 6,144 GB

  4. 64 attached 1 TB drives

  5. 64 x 500 IOPS or 32,000 IOPS

No other leading public cloud vendor today is offering a machine of this caliber in the public cloud.

And with our D series machines you can attach SSD drives. This is about low latency performance for applications that made superfast IO. How fast, you ask?

50,000 IOPS per VM at less than one millisecond latency for read operations is hard to beat.

There are numerous ways to provision resources in Azure. Some whose changes are coming down the pike, notably the Azure resource manager (ARM). It represents a declarative way to build your infrastructure, as opposed to the traditional way of imperatively building out your infrastructure, step-by-step.

The ARM will enable you to build out a JSON-based text file that defines such things as networking, virtual machines, storage, services, and anything that you can do today manually through the portal or through scripting.

You can read more about it here: Using Windows PowerShell with Resource Manager

There are two scripting environments that support the automation for provisioning Azure infrastructure:

  1. Windows PowerShell

  2. Cross-Platform CLI (xPlat CLI)

PowerShell is the most complete and thorough way to provision resources. Microsoft works hard instead keeping this scripting language the most up to date. Unfortunately, the Xplat CLI lags behind the supported feature set. So this post will focus on PowerShell because it's the most complete.

Installing PowerShell

Linux users won't be very thrilled to know that PowerShell is only supported on a Windows platform. I must confess that although I like all scripting languages, PowerShell is beautiful and elegant. It's very compact and easy to write. My view is to use the best tool for the job, and if it means learning something new, so be it.

This guidance here probably provides the easiest way to get PowerShell onto your Windows environment:

Many versions of Windows are supported I will be using Windows 8.1 for this post.

Installing the PowerShell Azure CmdLets

Once the scripting environment of PowerShell is installed, your next step is to install the Azure

How to install and configure Azure PowerShell

http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=320552#

Once you have figured the Azure CmdLets, we are ready to start provisioning resources. For the moment, we will disregard the Azure resource manager, which hasn't been officially released at this time.

Running PowerShell

Once you have it installed, it's fairly simple to get the environment up and running. Let's begin by hitting the Windows key. You can also right mouse click on the Windows taskbar icon and select search . Type in PowerShell .

Figure 1: Starting PowerShell

Select Microsoft Azure PowerShell .

Figure 2: PowerShell Command Line

At the command prompt type in ISE .

Figure 3: Starting the PowerShell IDE

At this point the IDE will show up. This is a wonderful scripting environment that has a powerful help system built-in as well as integrated debugging.

Figure 4: The PowerShell IDE

Notice the various panes and a full debugging experience.

Background - Premium Resources

MS has built specialized machines with built in caching technology, optimized to provide low read latency. As you know, there are four categories of VMs:

(1) A Series

(2) D Series

(3) DS Series

(4) G Series

The DS Series are currently (as of 1/23/2015) the VMs that support Premium Storage. Note that they can also leverage standard storage, just like the other 3 types of VMs.

It goes without saying that you will need an Azure subscription to get started. To sign up for Premium Storage, you will need to go to the Azure Preview page, and sign up for the Microsoft Azure Premium Storage service using one or more of your subscriptions. As subscriptions are approved for the Premium Storage preview, you will get an email notifying you of the approval.

Once you get approved, you can then go to the Microsoft Azure Preview Portal and create a new Premium Storage account using the approved subscription.

You need to pay special attention to providing the right information when provisioning Premium Storage. For example, Premium Storage is not available in all regions. Currently, Premium Storage is available for preview in the following regions:

  • West US

  • East US 2

  • West Europe

Provisioning Resources

We have completed the following:

  1. Installed PowerShell

  2. Azure Cmdlets

  3. Started PowerShell and brought up the IDE

It is now time to use powershell to provision the appropriate VM and storage.

Making your Azure account and its subscriptions available in Windows PowerShell PowerShell Add-AzureAccount $cred = Get-Credential Add-AzureAccount -Credential $cred

The steps above authenticates through Windows Azure Active Directory and downloads associated subscriptions.

Creating a storage account

The following command creates a storage account. The storage account name is terkalystorage . ****

PowerShell New-AzureStorageAccount -StorageAccountName ?terkalystorage" ` -Location "East US 2" -Type "Premium_LRS" Creating a DS series VM with a storage account

We will now create a virtual machine to which we will attach our storage account. When you provision your virtual machine you specify the type of operating system you would like.

Getting a list of available operating systems (virtual machine types)

This is an awesome command that will list out list the available virtual machines from which you can choose. Notice that it outputs in grid format.

PowerShell Get-AzureVMImage | Select * | Out-Gridview ?Passthru

If you like to filter out only the Linux images:

PowerShell Get-AzureVMImage | Select * | Where-Object {$_.OS -eq 'Linux'} ` | Out-Gridview ?Passthru Associated the current storage account

I found this to be a little confusing and I'm not sure I still really fully understand it.

PowerShell Set-AzureSubscription ?SubscriptionName "Windows Azure Internal Consumption" ` -CurrentStorageAccount terkalystorage

Notice that the subscription name is easily obtained at the portal. Or you can use this command, which outputs the information to a text file:

PowerShell Get-AzureSubscription | out-file c:\temp\sub.txt

The terkalystorage part is based on the name you provided for your storage account in a previous step.

Let's get a list of available Linux VMs

In order to build a Linux (or Windows for that matter) vm, you will need the imagename . PowerShell can give you those image names pretty easily, even in a grid format.

Figure 5: PowerShell Output Grid

Notice in the code below we found the image name of 0b11de9248dd4d87b18621318e037d37__RightImage-Ubuntu-14.04-x64-v14.2.

The following commands creates a VM and associates the previously created storage account.

PowerShell $storageAccount = "terkalystorage" $adminName = "YOUMAKETHISUP" $adminPassword = "THISISYOURSECRET" $vmName = "terkalyfastvm" $location = "East US 2" $imageName = "0b11de9248dd4d87b18621318e037d37__RightImage-Ubuntu-14.04-x64-v14.2" $vmSize = "Standard_DS2" $OSDiskPath = "https://" + $storageAccount + ".blob.core.windows.net/vhds/" + ` $vmName + "_OS_PIO.vhd" $vm = New-AzureVMConfig -Name $vmName -ImageName $imageName ` -InstanceSize $vmSize -MediaLocation $OSDiskPath Add-AzureProvisioningConfig -Linux -VM $vm -LinuxUser ` $adminName -Password $adminPassword New-AzureVM -ServiceName $vmName -VMs $VM -Location $location

Figure 6: Provisioning the VM and linking Premium Storage

Summary

We are done. Here is what we've created.

Figure 7: What we built

Here is what it looks like in the portal.

Figure 8: Verifying the VM at the Portal

And here is the storage account.

Figure 9: Verifying Storage at the portal

RStudio Keyboard Shortcuts

MSDN Blogs - Sun, 01/25/2015 - 08:30
RStudio Keyboard Shortcuts Console DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Move cursor to Console Ctrl+2 Ctrl+2 Clear console Ctrl+L Command+L Move cursor to beginning of line Home Command+Left Move cursor to end of line End Command+Right Navigate command history Up/Down Up/Down Popup command history Ctrl+Up Command+Up Interrupt currently executing command Esc Esc Change working directory Ctrl+Shift+H Ctrl+Shift+H   Source DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Goto File/Function Ctrl+. Ctrl+. Move cursor to Source Editor Ctrl+1 Ctrl+1 New document (except on Chrome/Windows) Ctrl+Shift+N Command+Shift+N New document (Chrome only) Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N Command+Shift+Alt+N Open document Ctrl+O Command+O Save active document Ctrl+S Command+S Close active document (except on Chrome) Ctrl+W Command+W Close active document (Chrome only) Ctrl+Alt+W Command+Option+W Close all open documents Ctrl+Shift+W Command+Shift+W Preview HTML (Markdown and HTML) Ctrl+Shift+Y Command+Shift+Y Knit Document (knitr) Ctrl+Shift+K Command+Shift+K Compile Notebook Ctrl+Shift+K Command+Shift+K Compile PDF (TeX and Sweave) Ctrl+Shift+I Command+Shift+I Insert chunk (Sweave and Knitr) Ctrl+Alt+I Command+Option+I Insert code section Ctrl+Shift+R Command+Shift+R Run current line/selection Ctrl+Enter Command+Enter Re-run previous region Ctrl+Shift+P Command+Shift+P Run current document Ctrl+Alt+R Command+Option+R Run from document beginning to current line Ctrl+Alt+B Command+Option+B Run from current line to document end Ctrl+Alt+E Command+Option+E Run the current function definition Ctrl+Alt+F Command+Option+F Run the current code section Ctrl+Alt+T Command+Option+T Run previous Sweave/Rmd code Ctrl+Alt+P Command+Option+P Run the current Sweave/Rmd chunk Ctrl+Alt+C Command+Option+C Run the next Sweave/Rmd chunk Ctrl+Alt+N Command+Option+N Source a file Ctrl+Shift+O Command+Shift+O Source the current document Ctrl+Shift+S Command+Shift+S Source the current document (with echo) Ctrl+Shift+Enter Command+Shift+Enter Fold Selected Alt+L Cmd+Option+L Unfold Selected Shift+Alt+L Cmd+Shift+Option+L Fold All Alt+O Cmd+Option+O Unfold All Shift+Alt+O Cmd+Shift+Option+O Go to line Shift+Alt+G Cmd+Shift+Option+G Jump to Shift+Alt+J Cmd+Shift+Option+J Switch to tab Ctrl+Alt+Down Ctrl+Option+Down Previous tab Win: Ctrl+Alt+Left, Linux: Ctrl+PageUp Ctrl+Option+Left Next tab Win: Ctrl+Alt+Right, Linux: Ctrl+PageDown Ctrl+Option+Right First tab Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Left Ctrl+Shift+Option+Left Last tab Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Right Ctrl+Shift+Option+Right Navigate back Ctrl+F9 Cmd+F9 Navigate forward Ctrl+F10 Cmd+F10 Extract function from selection Ctrl+Alt+X Command+Option+X Extract variable from selection Ctrl+Alt+V Command+Option+V Reindent lines Ctrl+I Command+I Comment/uncomment current line/selection Ctrl+Shift+C Command+Shift+C Reflow Comment Ctrl+Shift+/ Command+Shift+/ Transpose Letters   Ctrl+T Move Lines Up/Down Alt+Up/Down Option+Up/Down Copy Lines Up/Down Shift+Alt+Up/Down Command+Option+Up/Down Jump to Matching Brace/Paren Ctrl+P Ctrl+P Find and Replace Ctrl+F Command+F Find Next Win: F3, Linux: Ctrl+G Command+G Find Previous Win: Shift+F3, Linux: Ctrl+Shift+G Command+Shift+G Use Selection for Find Ctrl+F3 Command+E Replace and Find Ctrl+Shift+J Command+Shift+J Find in Files Ctrl+Shift+F Command+Shift+F Check Spelling F7 F7   Editing (Console and Source) DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Undo Ctrl+Z Command+Z Redo Ctrl+Shift+Z Command+Shift+Z Cut Ctrl+X Command+X Copy Ctrl+C Command+C Paste Ctrl+V Command+V Select All Ctrl+A Command+A Jump to Word Ctrl+Left/Right Option+Left/Right Jump to Start/End Ctrl+Home/End or Ctrl+Up/Down Command+Home/End or Command+Up/Down Delete Line Ctrl+D Command+D Select Shift+[Arrow] Shift+[Arrow] Select Word Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right Option+Shift+Left/Right Select to Line Start Alt+Shift+Left Command+Shift+Left Select to Line End Alt+Shift+Right Command+Shift+Right Select Page Up/Down Shift+PageUp/PageDown Shift+PageUp/Down Select to Start/End Ctrl+Shift+Home/End or Shift+Alt+Up/Down Command+Shift+Up/Down Delete Word Left Ctrl+Backspace Option+Backspace or Ctrl+Option+Backspace Delete Word Right   Option+Delete Delete to Line End   Ctrl+K Delete to Line Start   Option+Backspace Indent Tab (at beginning of line) Tab (at beginning of line) Outdent Shift+Tab Shift+Tab Yank line up to cursor Ctrl+U Ctrl+U Yank line after cursor Ctrl+K Ctrl+K Insert currently yanked text Ctrl+Y Ctrl+Y Insert assignment operator Alt+- Option+- Insert pipe operator Ctrl+Shift+M Cmd+Shift+M Show help for function at cursor F1 F1 Show source code for function at cursor F2 F2   Completions (Console and Source) DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Attempt completion Tab or Ctrl+Space Tab or Command+Space Navigate candidates Up/Down Up/Down Accept selected candidate Enter, Tab, or Right Enter, Tab, or Right Dismiss completion popup Esc Esc   Views DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Move focus to Source Editor Ctrl+1 Ctrl+1 Move focus to Console Ctrl+2 Ctrl+2 Move focus to Help Ctrl+3 Ctrl+3 Show History Ctrl+4 Ctrl+4 Show Files Ctrl+5 Ctrl+5 Show Plots Ctrl+6 Ctrl+6 Show Packages Ctrl+7 Ctrl+7 Show Environment Ctrl+8 Ctrl+8 Show Git/SVN Ctrl+9 Ctrl+9 Show Build Ctrl+0 Ctrl+0 Sync Editor & PDF Preview Ctrl+F8 Cmd+F8 Show Keyboard Shortcut Reference Alt+Shift+K Option+Shift+K   Build DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Build and Reload Ctrl+Shift+B Cmd+Shift+B Load All (devtools) Ctrl+Shift+L Cmd+Shift+L Test Package (Desktop) Ctrl+Shift+T Cmd+Shift+T Test Package (Web) Ctrl+Alt+F7 Cmd+Alt+F7 Check Package Ctrl+Shift+E Cmd+Shift+E Document Package Ctrl+Shift+D Cmd+Shift+D   Debug DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Toggle Breakpoint Shift+F9 Shift+F9 Execute Next Line F10 F10 Continue Shift+F5 Shift+F5 Stop Debugging Shift+F8 Shift+F8   Plots DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Previous plot Ctrl+Shift+PageUp Command+Shift+PageUp Next plot Ctrl+Shift+PageDown Command+Shift+PageDown   Git/SVN DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Diff active source document Ctrl+Alt+D Ctrl+Option+D Commit changes Ctrl+Alt+M Ctrl+Option+M Scroll diff view Ctrl+Up/Down Ctrl+Up/Down Stage/Unstage (Git) Spacebar Spacebar Stage/Unstage and move to next (Git) Enter Enter   Session DescriptionWindows & LinuxMac Quit Session (desktop only) Ctrl+Q Command+Q Restart R Session Ctrl+Shift+F10 Command+Shift+F10  

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