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MS Word is a word processor developed with the aid of Microsoft. It changed into first released on October 25, 1983 under the call Multi-tool word for Xenix structures. Next versions had been later written for numerous different systems which includes IBM pcs jogging DOS (1983), Apple Macintosh strolling classic Mac OS (1985), AT&T Unix laptop (1985), Atari ST (1988), OS/2 (1989), Microsoft home windows (1989), SCO Unix (1994), and macOS (2001). commercial versions of word are licensed as a standalone product or as a thing of Microsoft workplace, home windows RT or the discontinued Microsoft Works suite. Microsoft phrase Viewer and office on-line are freeware variants of phrase with restricted features.

MS Word Shortcut Keys

Ctrl+0 – Toggles 6pts of spacing before a paragraph.
Ctrl+A – Select all contents of the page.
Ctrl+B – Bold highlighted selection.
Ctrl+C – Copy selected text.
Ctrl+D – Open the font preferences window.
Ctrl+E – Aligns the line or selected text to the center of the screen.
Ctrl+F – Open find box.
Ctrl+I – Italic highlighted selection.
Ctrl+J – Aligns the selected text or line to justify the screen.
Ctrl+K – Insert a hyperlink.
Ctrl+L – Aligns the line or selected text to the left of the screen.
Ctrl+M – Indent the paragraph.
Ctrl+N – Opens new, blank document window.
Ctrl+O – Opens the dialog box or page for selecting a file to open.
Ctrl+P – Open the print window.
Ctrl+R – Aligns the line or selected text to the right of the screen.
Ctrl+S – Save the open document. Just like Shift+F12.
Ctrl+T – Create a hanging indent.
Ctrl+U – Underline the selected text.
Ctrl+V – Paste.
Ctrl+W – Close the currently open document.
Ctrl+X – Cut selected text.
Ctrl+Y – Redo the last action performed.
Ctrl+Z – Undo last action.
Ctrl+Shift+L – Quickly create a bullet point.
Ctrl+Shift+F – Change the font.
Ctrl+Shift+> – Increase selected font +1pts up to 12pt and then increase font +2pts.
Ctrl+] – Increase selected font +1pts.
Ctrl+Shift+< – Decrease selected font -1pts if 12pt or lower; if above 12, decreases font by +2pt.
Ctrl+[ – Decrease selected font -1pts.
Ctrl+/+c – Insert a cent sign (¢).
Ctrl+’+ – Insert a character with an accent (grave) mark, where is the character you want. For example, if you wanted an accented è you would use Ctrl+’+e as your shortcut key. To reverse the accent mark use the opposite accent mark, often on the tilde key.
Ctrl+Shift+* – View or hide non printing characters.
Ctrl+ – Moves one word to the left.
Ctrl+ – Moves one word to the right.
Ctrl+ – Moves to the beginning of the line or paragraph.
Ctrl+ – Moves to the end of the paragraph.
Ctrl+Del – Deletes word to right of cursor.
Ctrl+Backspace – Deletes word to left of cursor.
Ctrl+End – Moves the cursor to the end of the document.
Ctrl+Home – Moves the cursor to the beginning of the document.
Ctrl+Spacebar – Reset highlighted text to the default font.
Ctrl+1 – Single-space lines.
Ctrl+2 – Double-space lines.
Ctrl+5 – 1.5-line spacing.
Ctrl+Alt+1 – Changes text to heading 1.
Ctrl+Alt+2 – Changes text to heading 2.
Ctrl+Alt+3 – Changes text to heading 3.
Alt+Ctrl+F2 – Open new document.
Ctrl+F1 – Open the Task Pane.
Ctrl+F2 – Display the print preview.
Ctrl+Shift+> – Increases the selected text size by one font size.
Ctrl+Shift+< – Decreases the selected text size by one font size.
Ctrl+Shift+F6 – Switches to another open Microsoft Word document.
Ctrl+Shift+F12 – Prints the document.
F1 – Open Help.
F4 – Repeat the last action performed (Word 2000+)
F5 – Open the Find, Replace, and Go To window in Microsoft Word.
F7 – Spellcheck and grammar check selected text or document.
F12 – Save As.
Shift+F3 – Change the text in Microsoft Word from uppercase to lowercase or a capital letter at the beginning of every word.
Shift+F7 – Runs a Thesaurus check on the selected word.
Shift+F12 – Save the open document. Just like Ctrl+S.
Shift+Enter – Create a soft break instead of a new paragraph.
Shift+Insert – Paste.
Shift+Alt+D – Insert the current date.
Shift+Alt+T – Insert the current time.
Mouse shortcuts
Click, hold, and drag – Selects text from where you click and hold to the point you drag and let go.
Double-click – If double-clicking a word, selects the complete word.
Double-click – Double-clicking on the left, center, or right of a blank line makes the alignment of the text left, center, or right aligned.
Double-click – Double-clicking anywhere after text on a line will set a tab stop.
Triple-click – Selects the line or paragraph of the text that the mouse triple-clicked on.
Ctrl+Mouse wheel – Zooms in and out of document.

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