Tip – Using F3 key in PowerShell

Tip – Using F3 key in PowerShell
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Tip – Using F3 key in PowerShell window

Pressing the F3 function key in the console window displays the last-executed statement on the current prompt line. Using the up and down arrows, you can page through the other previous statements. This is useful for repeating or correcting previous command entries.

following info will also be very helpful

Use the left and right arrow keys to place the cursor within the command text for corrections.

Pressing the Insert key on the keyboard allows you to overwrite text within the command text without pushing the text out.

December 7, 2013 В· Adi В· No Comments
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