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sqlyog press f9 to run query

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sqlyog press f9 to run query
how can I select the line I want to run without using my mouse and clicking on the line

I am looking for a keyboard shortcut to  select the line and press f9 to run that line
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Ctrl+E (if not in SQL window)
Ctrl+G
Enter line you want to go to
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