Omprakash Chauhan
Omprakash Chauhan
3 years ago

Ms Word all shortcut key

Solution(By Examveda Team)

Ctrl+A: Select the entire document
Ctrl+B: Apply bold formatting
Ctrl+C: Copy text or graphics to the Clipboard
Ctrl+D: Open the Font dialog box
Ctrl+E: Center a paragraph
Ctrl+F: Search
Ctrl+G: Go to
Ctrl+H: Replace
Ctrl+I: Apply italic formatting
Ctrl+J: Justify a paragraph
Ctrl+L: Left-align a paragraph
Ctrl+M: Increases a paragraph’s indent one level each time you press it
Ctrl+N: Create a new document
Ctrl+O: Open an existing document
Ctrl+Q: Remove all paragraph formatting
Ctrl+R: Right-align a paragraph
Ctrl+S: Save a document
Ctrl+T: Increases a hanging indent each time you press it
Ctrl+U: Apply underline formatting
Ctrl+V: Paste the Clipboard contents
Ctrl+W: Close a document
Ctrl+X: Cut selected text or graphics to the Clipboard
Ctrl+Y: Redo an action
Ctrl+Z: Undo an action
Ctrl+Shift+< or >: Decrease or increase font size one preset size at a time
Ctrl+Shift+A: Formats all letters as uppercase
Ctrl+Shift+C: Copies the character formatting of a selection
Ctrl+Shift+D: Apply double underline formatting
Ctrl+Shift+Enter: Insert a column break
Ctrl+Shift+F3: Paste the Spike contents
Ctrl+Shift+F8: Selects a column.
Ctrl+Shift+Home/End: Extend selection to the beginning or end of the document
Ctrl+Shift+hyphen (-): Insert a non-breaking hyphen. This tells Word not to break a word at the end of a line, even if there’s a hyphen there.
Ctrl+Shift+K: Formats all letters as lowercase
Ctrl+Shift+L: Apply the List style
Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right Arrow: Extend your current selection by one word to the left or right
Ctrl+Shift+M: Reduces a paragraph’s indent one level each time you press it
Ctrl+Shift+N: Apply the normal paragraph style
Ctrl+Shift+N: Demote an outline level to regular body text
Ctrl+Shift+Plus key: Apply superscript formatting
Ctrl+Shift+S: Open a popup window for applying styles
Ctrl+Shift+Spacebar: Insert a non-breaking space
Ctrl+Shift+T: Reduces a hanging indent each time you press it
Ctrl+Shift+Up/Down Arrow: Extend selection to the beginning or end of the paragraph
Ctrl+Shift+V: Pastes formatting onto selected text
Ctrl+Shift+W: Apply underline formatting to words, but not the spaces between words
Ctrl+Backspace: Delete one word to the left
Ctrl+Delete: Delete one word to the right
Ctrl+End: Move to the end of the document
Ctrl+Enter: Insert a page break
Ctrl+F2: Print Preview View
Ctrl+F3: Cut selected text to the Spike.
Ctrl+Home: Move to the beginning of the document
Ctrl+hyphen (-): Insert an optional hyphen or en dash.
Ctrl+Left/Right Arrow: Move one word to the left or right
Ctrl+Alt+N: Draft View
Ctrl+Alt+O: Outline View
Ctrl+Alt+V: Print Layout View
Ctrl+Space: Removes all manual character formatting from a selection
Ctrl+Page Up/Page Down: Move to the previous or next browse object (after performing a search)
Ctrl+Up/Down Arrow: Move up or down one paragraph
Ctrl+[ or ]: Decrease or increase font size one point at a time
Ctrl+=: Apply subscript formatting
Ctrl+0: Remove one line spacing preceding a paragraph
Ctrl+1: Set single-spacing
Ctrl+2: Set double-spacing
Ctrl+5: Set 1.5 line Spacing
Alt+5 on keypad (with NumLock off): Select an entire table
Alt+Q: Go to the “Tell me what you want to do” box
Alt+Ctrl+1: Apply the Heading 1 style
Alt+Ctrl+2: Apply the Heading 2 style
Alt+Ctrl+3: Apply the Heading 3 style
Alt+Ctrl+C: Insert a copyright symbol
Alt+Ctrl+hyphen (-): Insert an em dash
Alt+Ctrl+Page Up/Page Down: Move to the top or bottom of the current window
Alt+Ctrl+R: Insert a registered trademark symbol
Alt+Ctrl+S: Split a window or remove the split view
Alt+Ctrl+T: Insert a trademark symbol
Alt+Home/End: Move to the first or last cell in a row
Alt+Page Up/Page Down: Move to the first or last cell in a column
Shift+F3: Cycle through case formats for your text. Available formats are sentence case (capital first letter, everything else lower case), lowercase, uppercase, title case (first letter in each word capitalized), and toggle case (which reverses whatever’s there).
Shift+F5: Cycle through the last three locations where the insertion point was placed.
Shift+F7: Open the thesaurus. If you have a word selected, Shift+F7 looks up that word in the thesaurus.
Shift+Left/Right Arrow: Extend your current selection by one character to the left or right
Shift+Page Down/Page Up: Extend selection down or up one screen
Shift+Tab: Move to the previous cell in a row and select its contents, if there are any
Shift+Up/Down Arrow: Extend selection up or down one line
Shift+Home: Extend selection to the beginning of the line
Shift+End: Extend selection to the end of the line
Shift+Enter: Insert a line break
Alt+Shift+1: Show all headings that have the Heading 1 style applied
Alt+Shift+A: Expand or collapse all text or headings in an outline
Alt+Shift+any other number key: Show all headings up to that level
Alt+Shift+L: Show the first line of body text or all body text
Alt+Shift+Left/Right Arrow: Promote (move to the left) or demote (move to the right) a line
Alt+Shift+Plus or Minus keys: Expand or collapse text under a heading
Alt+Shift+R: Copy the header or footer used in the previous section of the document
Alt+Shift+Up/Down Arrow: Move the line with the insertion point up or down in the outline
Tab: Move to the next cell in a row and select its contents, if there are any
Home: Move to the beginning of the current line
Left/Right Arrow: Move the insertion point (cursor) one character to the left or right
Page Up/Page Down: Move up or down one screen
Up/Down Arrow: Move to the previous or next row
Up/Down Arrow: Move up or down one line
End: Move to the end of the current line
F1: Open the Help pane

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