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Monday, June 20, 2011

Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts

How to select all data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [A]
How to a select a portion of data in MS word?
Press and hold [Shift] and then use the [UP/DOWN/RIGHT/LEFT] arrow keys to select the data.
How to copy the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [C]
How to cut the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [X]
How to paste the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [V]
How to underline the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [U]
How to bold the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [B]
How to apply italics on the selected data?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [I]
How to undo?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [Z]
How to select fonts?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [Shift] + [F], this activates the Font list box in the Formatting toolbar.
Press the
[Down] Arrow or [Up] Arrow keys to select the font you want to use.
Press
[Enter] to apply the font.
How to open a new document without closing the other?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [N]
How to save?
Press and hold [Ctrl] + [S]
How to close the active document or window?
Press and hold [Alt] + [F4]
Or
Press and hold [Alt] + [spacebar] + [C]
 How Do I Minimize An Active Window?
Press and hold [Alt] + [spacebar] + [N]
How Do I Maximize An Active Window?
Press and hold [Alt] + [spacebar] + [X]
How Do I Restore An Active Window?
Press and hold [Alt] + [spacebar] + [R]
How Can I select a Check Box or Options Button?
Use the [Tab] key to move around a dialog box or options window.
Activate the check box or options button (using the
[Tab] key).
To select the check box or options button; press the
[spacebar].
How Can I move around a dialog box or an options window?
Use the [Tab] key to move around a dialog box or options window.
How to move the cursor without the mouse?
Press and hold [ALT] + [SHIFT] + [Num Lock]
This will activate MouseKeys, enabling you to use [8],[4],[6] and [2] to control the cursor.
To be continued
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