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Microsoft word Shortcut keys 
Before you start learning how to use MS-WORD package, firstly! you need to know and learn MS-WORD shortcut keys, these keys lets you perform a task easily and command some functions on word environment instead of using the mouse.

Which MS Word shortcut keys do you use? Well, most people use only a handful shortcut combinations like Control+C, Control+V, Control+A, Control +B etc. Have ever thought why do you use these keys? It is because shortcut keys work faster than doing the same thing with mouse. When you are typing in MS Word, pressing shortcuts is easier because you don’t have to leave your keyboard and get hold of mouse.
We live in a fast-paced society and often enough it seems like there is not enough time in the day to accomplish what needs to be done. If there are shortcuts we can implement that
will save us valuable time then we will give them a try. We have nothing to lose if we do, Who knows? They just might work.

Whether you are technologically savvy or not you can still implement shortcuts when using software applications such as Microsoft Word. The shortcuts are easy to use and remember. For those people that tend to forget things, keeping a print out of the shortcuts is not a bad idea.

Many of us don't know how to perform a task quickly, if not most modern desktop programs implement keyboard shortcuts, which allow users to perform tasks quickly, eliminating the need to use a mouse still some people don't know those shortcuts so we are bringing you those keys below.


Microsoft word Shortcut keys you need

 SHIFT + ⏪ = These combination keys is use to highlight text to the left side.

SHIFT + ➤ = These combination keys is use to highlight text to the right side.

SHIFT + ▼ = These combination keys is use to highlight text downwards.
  
SHIFT + ▲ = These combination keys is use to highlight text upwards.

Ctrl + A =  Combination of these two keys will highlight the whole documents.

Ctrl + B = Combination of these two keys will bold the highlighted text.

Ctrl + C = Combination of these two keys will copy the highlighted text.

Ctrl + E = Combination of these two keys will align or arrange the highlighted texts to the center

Ctrl + F = Combination of these two keys will call up or open the find box.

Ctrl + I = Combination of these two keys will change the highlighted text font to italic or you can use the keys before typing that will make all the text italic.

Ctrl + J = Combination of these two keys will justify the highlighted texts.

Ctrl + L = Combination of these two keys will align or arrange highlighted text to the left.

Ctrl + P = Combination of these two keys will open or call up the print Window.

Ctrl + R = Combination of these two keys will align or arrange texts to the right.

Ctrl + S = Combination of these two keys will re-save a document with the former name used.

Ctrl + U = Combination of these two keys will underline the highlighted texts or you can use the keys before typing the text typed will be underlined.

Ctrl + V = Combination of these two keys will pest any text, object or document that was copied.

Ctrl + X = Combination of these two keys will cut any text, object or document from an environment.

Ctrl + Y = Combination of these two keys will redo the last action performed. 

Ctrl + Z = Combination of these two keys will undo the last action performed.

Ctrl + ⏪ = Combination of these two keys will move one word to the left.

Ctrl + ▲ = Combination of these two keys will move to the beginning of a line or paragraph.

Ctrl + ▼ = Combination of these two keys will move the cursor to the end of the document.

Ctrl + [End] = Combination of these two keys will move the cursor to the end of the document.

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Ctrl + [Home] = Combination of these two keys will move the cursor to the beginning of the document.

Ctrl + 1 = Combination of these two keys is used for single line spacing when typing.

Ctrl + 2 = Combination of these two keys is used for double line spacing when typing.

Ctrl + 5 = Combination of these two keys is used for 1.5 line spacing when typing.

Ctrl + F2 = Combination of these two keys displays the print preview.

SHIFT + F3 = Combination of these two keys changes the text font or highlighted text font from capital letter to small letter.

SHIFT + F12 = Combination of these two keys is use to save.

F12 = This key is use to call up "save as" box and then save.

F1 = This key is use to open help box.

Ctrl + SHIFT + F = Combination of these three keys is use to change the font.

Ctrl + SHIFT + > = Combination of these three keys is use to increase the selected font.

Ctrl + SHIFT + < = Combination of these three keys is use to decrease the selected font.

Ctrl + SHIFT + F12 = Combination of these three keys is use to print a document.

Ctrl + SHIFT + F2 = Combination of these three keys is use to open a new document.


There are more CTRL shortcuts than what I have mentioned above. Since you have plenty of CTRL shortcuts to digest already I thought it would be best to not include anymore. Hope these shortcuts are helpful to you and hope you can apply them the next time you use Microsoft Word.

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  3. Anonymous11/22/2017

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