Navigating with the keyboard


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Navigating with the keyboard

While you can always rely on the thumbnails and the mouse to move around in your document you can get around much faster by using the navigation keys on your keyboard. Let's go down to the slide 6. We will work in the text box on the left. Click anywhere in the text, take a look at the six pack of keys on the right side of your extended keyboard. The ones above the Up and Down arrows where it says Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down. Home takes you to the beginning of a row. End takes you to the end of a row. Ctrl+Home takes to the beginning of a text box, and Ctrl+End takes it to the end of a text box.

You already know that the Left and Right arrows will go one letter at a time, if you do Ctrl+Left and Ctrl+Right, you can jump around one word at a time. The Up and Down arrows will take you one line at a time, but Ctrl+Down and Ctrl+Up will take you one bullet point at a time. Page Up and Page Down will move you one slide at a time. One of my favorite techniques is deleting...

Navigating with the keyboard
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Navigating with the keyboard provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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PowerPoint
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