I found this, but I haven't tested it out to still see if it still works.
Thanks a lot for this, Rhett7660. The only option listed in this text that is completely cursor free is number 1, which is the one I'm using. However, it doesn't allow me to move through documents as the text suggests. It only brings up a list of the open documents, and the only way I have managed to actually select one of them is by using the cursor. I've tried to combine this short cut with different other commands to see if there is another way to scroll though the documents and select one using the keyboard, but I haven't been able to find one so far.
Edited to add: I just fixed it, there was a setting in System Preferences that messed it up. I also just discovered the app exposé option, which is very useful.
So you are able to switch now without using the mouse?
I was able to switch between the open documents by using the "command+~". Was that not working for you? When I tested it after I read your post it actually just switched between documents. No list showed up.
I have a Norwegian keyboard and it doesn't have the "~"-key. Having looked around on the internet, it seems like the type of keyboard can affect how this is done. However, if I now use the (command+') (the last button being the one above the tab-key, to the left of the keyboard), I get all the open docs up on the screen and I can navigate through them using arrows and then selecting one of them using the enter key.
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