What are the 20 shortcut keys?

CTRL Shortcuts from A to Z

Ctrl+A : Select all text Ctrl+B  : Bold text. Ctrl+C : Copy text Ctrl+D : Open character formatting window Ctrl+E  : Center text Ctrl+F  : Find a phrase Ctrl+G : Go to a specific page Ctrl+H : Replace text with a other text Ctrl+I : italics text Ctrl+J: justify text Ctrl+K: open hyperlink insertion window Ctrl+L: align text left Ctrl+M: indent a paragraph from the left Ctrl+N: open a new document or file Ctrl+O – open an existing document or file Ctrl+P – print a document Ctrl+Q – remove paragraph formatting Ctrl+R – align text right Ctrl+S – save the document or file file Ctrl+T : Create a hanging indent Ctrl+U : Underline selected text Ctrl+V  : Paste any text or object that has been copied. Ctrl+W : Close the tab open in a browser or a document in Word. Ctrl+X : Cut the text or object. Ctrl+Y : redo any undo action. Ctrl+Z : Undo any action.

Use Alt for ribbon hotkeys

This hotkey set is for Windows users only. Pressing the Alt key alone will bring up Key Tips, which are shortcuts to different tools on the Ribbon. Pressing Alt will bring up shortcuts for the different tabs on the ribbon. So you can combine Alt with Ribbon Tab shortcut to switch to a specific tab on the Ribbon.

Press the Esc key at any time to exit selection mode and use the Ctrl + Spacebar shortcut to close a task pane.


CTRL+SHIFT+ESC Open Windows Task Manager CTRL+ALT+DEL show menu Lock, Switch User, Exit, Task Manager CTRL+ more (+) Expands (Zoom IN). CTRL+ Minus (-) Compress (Zoom Out). ALT+ENTER Open the properties of the selected object Windows key+BREAK System Properties dialog box CTRL+L Select the current file path in Explorer or browser CTRL+SHIFT+ESC Open Windows Task Manager CTRL+ALT+DELETE show the Lock, Switch user, Exit, Task Manager menu ALT or F10 THEN UNDERLINE Letter in the menu Open the specific Windows menu KEY+M  Minimize all Windows key + SHIFT+ M  Cancel minimize all Windows key + P  Projection screen (PROJECT) key Windows+ Arrow key  To manage a number of windows on the screen (to divide the screen) Alt + Spacebar  Open the menu that moves, minimizes, maximizes, closes the current windows. F4 in Windows Explorer  Check the box Go to a different folder and move the entries down in the box ALT left+left SHIFT+NUM LOCK  Toggle the mouse keys on the numeric keypad Windows KEY+R  (Run dialog) and type cmd  Windows command prompt KEY+R  (Run dialog) and type “OSK”  Windows on-screen keyboard KEY+R (Run dialog) and type mstsc  Remote Desktop Connection Windows KEY+R  (Run dialog) and type “appwiz.cpl”  Open “Uninstall” or “Change a program” Windows KEY+A Open the Action Center on the right of the screen on Windows 10 Windows KEY+W Open the Ink Workspace window on the right of the screen on Windows 10 Windows KEY+I Open Windows settings on Windows 10

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Functions Hotkeys

Y.No.Hotkeys Explanation1.F1Display help.2.F2Rename selected item.3.F3Search for file or a folder.4 .F4 Display the address bar. 5. F5 Refresh active windows. a file as save as.

For these shortcuts to work, you need to enable the -Display all keyboard shortcuts “ON” setting in GMail.

Keyboard shortcuts using the Ctrl key:

  1. Ctrl + B – Used to bold the selected text.
  2. Ctrl + I – Used to italicize selected text.
  3. Ctrl + U – Used to underline selected text.
  4. Ctrl + E – Aligns the selected line or text in the center of the screen.
  5. Ctrl + Shift + F12 – Print the document.
  6. Ctrl + Shift + F6 – Switch to another open Microsoft Word document.
  7. Ctrl + Shift + F – Activate the Font option and you can select the required font.
  8. Ctrl + Shift +

  9. Ctrl + Shift + > – Increase the font size by one value.
  10. Ctrl + Enter – Insert Page Break.
  11. Ctrl + K – To insert a hyperlink.
  12. Ctrl + ‘=’ – for subscript. (First select some text, then press Ctrl + ‘=’)
  13. Ctrl + Shift + ‘+’ – for superscript. (First select some text, then press Ctrl + Shift + ‘+’)
  1. Ctrl + F2 – Displays print preview command.
  2. Ctrl + F4 – Close the window.
  3. Ctrl + F6 – Go to next window.
  4. Ctrl + F10 – Maximize the document window.
  5. Ctrl + F12 – Displays the open command.

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