Classic Windows Shortcut Keys

  [row_column] For Learners: [col_14]       [/col_14] [col_34][starlist] Ctrl+A = Selects the entire workspace Ctrl+B = Applies or remove bold formatting Ctrl+C = Copies the selected data Ctrl+E = Centres the selected data Ctrl+I = Applies or removes the italic formatting Ctrl+N = Creates a new blank document or worksheet Ctrl+O = Displays the Open dialog box to open or find a file Ctrl+P = Displays the Print…
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More Windows Shortcut Keys

  [row_column] For Learners: [col_14]       [/col_14] [col_34][starlist] Ctrl+C = Copy the selected item Ctrl+X = Cut the selected item Ctrl+V = Paste the selected item Ctrl+Z = Undo an action Ctrl+Y = Redo an action Ctrl+D = Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin Ctrl+A = Select all…
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Windows Function Keys

      The function keys are located at the top of the keyboard and are used in combination with other keys such as the Ctrl, Alt & Shift keys. [row_column] For Learners: [col_14]       [/col_14] [col_34][starlist] F1 : Opens HELP for the current displayed program. F2:  Highlights the name of a selected…
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Web Browser Shortcuts

This is where you become a real Jedi of shortcuts. It just takes a little while to learn these, but once you do, your browsing will be super-fast. Here are some of my personal faves. [starlist] Spacebar (page down) Shift-Spacebar (page up) Ctrl+F (find) Alt-N (find next) Ctrl+D (bookmark page) Ctrl+T (new tab) Ctrl+K (go to…
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Word & Excel Tips

EXCEL - can fill in all sorts of lists: 1, 2, 3; Mon, Tues; 9:00, 10:00; 15-Jan, 15-Feb; January, February. Just type one or two entries in the list. Place your cursor on the dark black dot in the bottom right hand corner of the 2nd entry. When it appears as a small “+”drag the cursor (fill…
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