How to Use keyboard shortcuts and function keys Word Shortcuts


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Using keyboard shortcuts and function keys

While the Ribbon makes it easy to access most of Word's commands, many people would like to invoke them without constantly taking the time to reach for the mouse. Here's how to access common techniques using your keyboard. First, let's take a look at how to do a keyboard shortcut. Control, or Ctrl, is the most common modifier key. Hold down the Ctrl key, then lightly tap the letter, don't push too hard or hold too long or you'll perform the command several times. Sometimes you'll add in or use additional keys like Shift or Alt. Shift will frequently do the opposite.

For example, to move through a table cell by cell, I press Tab. To move backwards, I'll down the Shift key and go Shift+Tab. Many of the basic functions are standardized across Microsoft Office, so most of these commands will work in Excel and PowerPoint as well. Ctrl+S Saves, Ctrl+Z is an Undo, Ctrl+O Opens your files, Ctrl+P will Print, Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V Cut, Copy and Paste....

Using keyboard shortcuts and function keys
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Using keyboard shortcuts and function keys provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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