THE A-Z OF KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS (MS WORD)

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BY ANNI BENSON

In our quest to continually adapt to these changing times, we seek more innovative ways to make life easier. This would include the decrease in the number of times our fingers hover over the keyboard.

According to a recent survey, of all the Microsoft Office applications used by the working population, Microsoft Word has been found to be the most used software. Thus, in a bid to simplify things, check out the A – Z of keyboard shortcuts:

Ctrl/CMD +  A- to highlight all text on the document

Ctrl/CMD +  B- to make text bold

Ctrl/CMD +  C -to copy

Ctrl/CMD +  D- to open the font preferences window

Ctrl/CMD +  E – aligns selected text to the center of screen

Ctrl/CMD +  F- opens the ‘find’ box

Ctrl/CMD +  H- opens the ‘find’ box and replace

Ctrl/CMD +  I -to italicize highlighted text selection

Ctrl/CMD +  J- to justify selected text

Ctrl/CMD +  K- to insert text hyperlink

Ctrl/CMD +  L- aligns text selection to the left part of the screen

Ctrl/CMD +  N- opens a new untitled document

Ctrl/CMD +  O- opens an existing document

Ctrl/CMD +  P- prints the current document

Ctrl/CMD +  R- aligns text selection to right side of the screen

Ctrl/CMD +  S- saves the document you are working on

Ctrl/CMD +  T- adjusts Tabs

Ctrl/CMD +  U- underlines text selection

Ctrl/CMD +  V – pastes copied text selection

Ctrl/CMD +  X – cut selected text

Ctrl/CMD +  Y- Redo any Undo action

Ctrl/CMD +  Z- Undo any action

Be sure to comment your favourite shortcut and what new shortcut you learned today!

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