Dynamics NAV is full of features to make life easier for users and developers. One of these little gems is the F2 key.
In the help about this shortcut it simply says: Edit. But did you know that is has some undocumented features as-well?
In the Dynamics NAV application:
When you navigate to a field, for example here on the Customer Card, when you click F2 then the content of the text-box is selected, then when you click F2 again the cursor is set to the beginning of the text-box and when you press End the cursor moves to the end:
In the development environment you can use F2 in different ways.
In a table or page or report or query or xmlport designer you can use it to jump to the beginning or end of the field, click F2 once to jump to the beginning, click F2 again to jump to the end:
In the C/AL Editor, F2 jumps to the end of the line, just like the End button.
Then there's also Alt+F2 which in the application hide's of shows the fact-box pane (and Ctrl+F2 to create a new document):
By the way, did you know that F2 also works in Excel?