Documentation keystrokes

#1
Seem to remember back in CIS's JPSoft's forum there was a PDF or even a TXT file that had the tables of various commands (List, view, command line editing, etc.) that one could print out to use for reference. Is there a similar document that pertains to the current TCMD/TCC version ? URL or download address?
 
#5
There's this (on the "LIST" help page).
LIST recognizes the following keys and buttons:

Key (Button) Meaning
Home Display the first page of the file
End Display the last page of the file
Esc (ListExit) Exit the current file
Ctrl-C (Quit) Quit LIST
Ctrl-PgUp Display previous file
Ctrl-PgDn Display next file
Up Arrow Scroll up one line
Down Arrow Scroll down one line
Left Arrow Scroll left 8 columns
Right Arrow Scroll right 8 columns
Ctrl Left Arrow Scroll left 40 columns
Ctrl Right Arrow Scroll right 40 columns
Del Prompt whether to delete the file
Ins Prompt whether to save the pipe or file to a new name
Tab Prompt for a new default tab size
F1 Display online help
F5 (ListRefresh) Refresh the display
B (ListPrevious) Go back to the previous file in the current group of files
Ctrl-B (ListClipboard) Copy the current filename to the clipboard
C (ListContinue) Continue with the next file
e Edit the file with the editor associated with that filetype. If there is no association, LIST will use the editor defined in the Editor configuration option. If no editor is defined, LIST will use Notepad. If LIST is displaying a pipe, the contents are saved to the clipboard and the editor is started. (You will need to manually paste the clipboard contents.)
F (Find) Prompt and search for a string or a sequence of hexadecimal values
Ctrl-F Prompt and search for a string, searching backward from the end of the file
G (Goto) Go to a specific line or, in hex mode, to a specific hexadecimal offset
H (High) Toggle the "strip high bit" (/H) option
I (Info) Display information on the current file (the full name, size, date, and time)
L(ine numbers) Toggle the line numbering option
N (ListNext) Find next matching string
Ctrl-N Find previous matching string in the file
O (ListOpen) Open a new file
Ctrl-O Open a new file
P (Print) Print selected pages or the entire file (make your selection in the Windows "Print" dialog)
R ListFindRegex) Prompt and search for a regular expression
Ctrl-R Prompt and search backwards for a regular expression
U (ListUnicode) Toggle the Unicode display mode
W (Wrap) Toggle the "line wrap" (/W) option
X (Hex) Toggle the hex-mode display (/X) option
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#6
I guess I was wanting a PDF or TXT file with each command (List, view, command line editing, etc) with what each key does. Guess i'll look thru the main PDF that Rex replied with the link to - and extract what I need.....