Most of this book is written in the English language, which appears to be just fine with you. However, I discuss keyboard shortcuts so frequently that it helps to refer to them in shorthand. As the name suggests, a keyboard shortcut is a quick way to access a program command from the keyboard, and you execute them by pressing two or three keys simultaneously — special keys, such as Control (Ctrl), and a letter, such as C. (This is a common shortcut to copy text.) Rather than spelling out shortcuts each time, I abbreviate them as key+letter (for example, Ctrl+C).
When I suggest or mention keywords that can be entered on-screen as search terms, I put them in italic. When you have to choose commands from menus, I write File Exit when you should choose the Exit command from the File menu.