Keyboard shortcuts are the keys combinations of keys that provide an alternative way to do something that you’d typically do with a mouse.
I have created separate parts of keyboard shortcuts. This is part 1 focusing on Microsoft word useful keyboard shortcuts. So let’s start with the easy one.
Here is the list of the shortcut with “Ctrl + key“
Ctrl + A — Select all items in a document photo and text.
Ctrl + C — Copies selected text or image.
Ctrl + X — Cuts selected text or image.
Ctrl + V — Pastes text or image on clipboard to your cursor location or designated file location
Ctrl + D — Delete selected text or image.
Ctrl + Z — Undo something
Ctrl + Y — Redo something
Ctrl + B — Turn on or turn off bold
Ctrl + I — Turn on or turn off italics
Ctrl + U- Underline the test
Ctrl + S — Save a document.
Ctrl + P — Print a document
Here are all the shortcuts that start with CTRL + SHIFT.
CTRL + SHIFT + F = Change the font
CTRL + SHIFT + H = Apply hidden text formatting
CTRL + SHIFT + C =Copy Formats
CTRL + SHIFT + D = Double Underline text
CTRL + SHIFT + E = Track changes
CTRL + SHIFT + N = Apply the Normal Style
CTRL + SHIFT + P = Change the font size
CTRL + SHIFT + Q = Change the selection to the Symbol font
CTRL + SHIFT + K = Format letters as small capitals
CTRL + SHIFT + L = Apply the List style
CTRL + SHIFT + M = Remove a paragraph indent from the left
CTRL + SHIFT + V =Paste Formats
CTRL + SHIFT + W = Underline words but not spaces
CTRL + SHIFT + S = Apply a style
CTRL + SHIFT + T= Reduce a hanging indent