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All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
All about shortcut keys
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  • 1. All About Shortcut Keys – Nilabh Verma (Assistant Manager - IT)
  • 2. Basic PC shortcut keys• Alt/F10: Activates menu bar. •Del: Delete selected item.• Ctrl + A: Select all text. •Esc: Terminate most of the• Ctrl + X/Shift + Del: Cut selected item. operations.• Ctrl + C/Ctrl + Ins: Copy selected item. •Enter: Execute a program.• Ctrl + V/Shift + Ins: Paste. •Home/End: Goes to beginning/end• Ctrl + P: Print. of current line.• Ctrl + S: Save. •Tab/Shift + Tab: Select the• F5: Refresh. next/previous item.• Ctrl + Alt + Del: Restart system/open •Page up/page down: Goes to the top/ task manager. bottom of the document/window. •Ctrl + Z/Ctrl + Y: Undo/Redo.
  • 3. Function keys• F1: Universal help key, sometimes also used to open the Task Pane.• F2: In Windows, commonly used to rename.• F3: Often opens a search feature. Also generally used to cancel any running installation.• F4: Open find window. Alt + F4 will close the program currently active in Microsoft Windows.• F5: In all modern browsers, F5 refreshes/reload the page. Open the find/ replace/go to window in Microsoft Word. Starts a slideshow in PowerPoint.• F6: Move the cursor to the Address bar in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Used to save file in MS-DOS.
  • 4. •F7: Commonly used to spell check and grammar check a documentin Microsoft office programs.•F8: Generally used to enter the Windows start-up menu while booting.•F9: Opens the Measurements toolbar in Quark 5.0 (DTP). Update theInbox in Lotus Notes.•F10: In Microsoft Windows activates the menu bar of an open application.•F11: Full-screen mode in all modern Internet browsers.•F12: Open the Save as window in Microsoft Word.
  • 5. MacOS shortcut keys• Open Apple + ?: Mac help •Open Apple + V: Paste item• Open Apple + M: Minimize window from the clipboard.• Open Apple + N: New finder •Open Apple + L: Make alias. window •Open Apple + T: Add to• Open Apple + Shift + N: New folder favorites.• Open Apple + W: Close the current •Open Apple + O: Open the window. selected icon.• Open Apple + C: Copy the elected •Open Apple + F: Display the item to the clipboard. find dialog box.• Open Apple + X: Cut the selected •Open Apple + G: Repeat the last item. find operation.
  • 6. Linux shortcut keys• Ctrl + Alt + F1...F6: Switch among •Ctrl + Z: Send the current process to the text terminals. the background.• Ctrl + Alt + F7...F12: Switch to GUI •Ctrl + Tab: Go to the next virtual mode. desktop (GUI).• Tab: Auto-complete the command. •Ctrl + Shift + Tab: Go to the previous• Up/Down Arrow: Show virtual desktop (GUI). previous/next command history. •Ctrl + Alt + L: Lock the desktop• Ctrl + Alt + (+)/(-): (GUI). Increase/decrease the screen •Ctrl + S: Stop the transfer process to resolution (GUI). the terminal.• Ctrl + Alt + Del: Restart the system. •Ctrl + Q: Resume the transfer process.• Ctrl + C: Kill the current process. •Shift + Page up/down: Go to• Ctrl + D: Log off from current top/bottom of the terminal. terminal.
  • 7. Windows shortcut keys• Alt + Tab: Switch between open • Alt + Esc: Switch Between applications. open applications on taskbar.• Alt + double-click: Display the properties • F3: Starts find from desktop. of the object. • F5: Refresh Contents to• Alt + Print Screen: Create a screen shot where you were on the page. only for the program you are currently in. • Shift + F10: Same as right-• Ctrl + Print Screen/Print Screen: Creates a click on selected item. screen shot of the entire screen • F4: Select a different• Ctrl + Alt + Del: Reboot the computer and/ location to browse in the or bring up the Windows task manager. Windows Explorer toolbar.• Ctrl + Shift + Esc: Immediately bring up • Right Shift key for 8 the Windows task manager. seconds: Turn filter key• Ctrl + Esc: Bring up the Windows Start on/off (repeat rate). menu.
  • 8. Windows shortcut keys (c..)• Alt + Enter: Opens properties window of selected icon or program. •Ctrl + F4: Closes single window in• Shift + Del: Delete files without Program. throwing them into the Recycle bin. •F6: Move cursor to different• Alt + Down arrow: Display all Windows Explorer pane (similar as tab). available options on drop down menu. •Alt + Spacebar: Drops down the main• * (on the keypad): Expands all folders window control menu. on the currently selected folder or drive in Windows Explorer. •Left Alt + Left Shift + PrtScr: Turn• + (on the keypad): Expands only the high contrast on/off. currently selected folder in Windows •Left Alt + Left Shift + Num Lock: Explorer. Turn mouse key on/off.• - (on the keypad): Collapses the •Shift 5 times: Turn sticky key on/off currently selected folder in Windows (no need to press keys together). Explorer. •Shift when you insert CD: Stop• Alt + F4: Closes Current open automatically play. program.
  • 9. Windows shortcut keys (c..)• WINKEY: Open Start.• WINKEY + D: Brings the desktop to the •WINKEY + F1: Display the Microsoft top of all other windows. Windows help.• WINKEY + M: Minimizes all windows. •WINKEY + R: Open the run window.• WINKEY + SHIFT + M: Undo the •WINKEY + Pause/Break key: Open the minimize done by WINKEY + M and system properties window. WINKEY + D. •WINKEY + U: Open Utility Manager.• WINKEY + E: Open Microsoft Explorer. •WINKEY + L: Lock the computer• WINKEY + Tab: Cycle through open (Windows XP and above only). programs through the taskbar. •Num Lock for 5 seconds: Turn toggle• WINKEY + F: Display the Windows key on/off (make sound). Search / Find feature. •Ctrl + Mouse scroll wheel: Zoom• WINKEY + CTRL + F: Display the search in/Zoom out. for computers window.
  • 10. MS-Excel shortcut keys• F2: Edit the selected cell.• F5: Ask for a specific cell. For example, •Shift + F5/Ctrl + F: Bring up search box. C6. •Ctrl + A: Select all contents of the• F7: Spell check selected text and/or worksheet. document. •Ctrl + B: Bold highlighted selection.• F11: Create chart in a new tab. •Ctrl + I: Italic highlighted selection.• Ctrl + Shift + ; - Enter the current time. •Ctrl + K: Insert link.• Ctrl + ; - Enter the current date. •Ctrl + U: Underline highlighted selection.• Alt + Shift + F1: Insert New Worksheet. •Ctrl + 5: Strike through highlighted• Shift + F3: Open the Excel formula selection. window.
  • 11. MS-Excel shortcut keys (c..) • Ctrl + Shift + ^ - Format number• Ctrl + Tab: Move between Two in scientific format. or more open Excel files. • Ctrl + Shift + @ - Format• Alt + = - Create a formula to sum number in time format. all of the above cells • Ctrl + Spacebar: Select entire• Ctrl + - Insert the value of the column. above cell into cell currently selected. • Shift + Spacebar: Select entire row.• Ctrl + Shift + ! - Format number in comma/decimal format. • Ctrl + Z: Undo last action.• Ctrl + Shift + $ - Format number • Ctrl + F9: Minimize in currency ($) format. current/single window.• Ctrl + Shift + # - Format number • Ctrl + F10: Maximize currently in date format. selected window.• Ctrl + Shift + % - Format number • Ctrl + Page up/page down: Move in percentage format. between Excel work sheets/tab in the same Excel document.
  • 12. MS-Word shortcut keys• Ctrl + B: Bold highlighted selection. • Ctrl + M: Indent the paragraph.• Ctrl + E: Aligns the line or selected text to • Ctrl + T: Justification bar move the center of the screen. right.• Ctrl + F: Open find box. • Ctrl + U: Underline highlighted selection.• Ctrl + I: Italic highlighted selection. • Ctrl + Y: Redo the last action• Ctrl + J: Aligns the selected text or line to performed. justify the screen. • Ctrl + Z: Undo last action.• Ctrl + K: Insert link. • Ctrl + Shift + F: Change the font.• Ctrl + L: Aligns the line or selected text to • Ctrl + ]/[ - Increase/decrease the left of the screen. selected font +1pts.• Ctrl + R: Aligns the line or selected text to the right of the screen.
  • 13. MS-Word shortcut keys (c..)• Ctrl + Del: Deletes one word to right of • Ctrl + F1: Open the Task Pane. cursor. • F1: Open Help.• Ctrl + Backspace: Deletes one word to • Alt + Ctrl + F2: Open new left of cursor. document.• Ctrl + End: Moves the cursor to the end • Ctrl + Shift + >/< - of the document. Increase/decrease selected font• Ctrl + Home: Moves the cursor to the +1pts up to 12pt and then increases beginning of the document. font +2pts.• Ctrl + Spacebar: Clear the format of • Ctrl + left arrow/right arrow: Moves highlighted text to the default. one word to the left/right.• Ctrl + 1/2/5: 1.0/2.5/1.5 line spacing • Ctrl + up arrow/down arrow: Moves respectively. up/down from the beginning of the line or paragraph.• Ctrl + Alt + 1/2/3: Changes text to heading 1/2/3 respectively.
  • 14. MS-Word shortcut keys (c..)• Shift + F3: Change case • F12: Save as. (Upper/Lower/Title). • Shift + F12: Save.• Shift + Insert: Paste. • Ctrl + Shift + F12: Prints the• F4: Repeat the last action performed document. (Word 2000+) • Alt + Shift + D: Insert the current• F5: Open the find, replace, and go to date. window. • Alt + Shift + T: Insert the current• Ctrl + Shift + F6: Opens to another open time. Microsoft Word document. • Ctrl + F2: Display the print• F7: Spell and grammar check selected preview. text and/or document. • Ctrl + Shift + F9: Remove the• Shift + F7: Runs a Thesaurus (byword) hyperlink of selected item. check on the word highlighted.
  • 15. IE/Mozilla shortcut keys• Alt + Left Arrow/Backspace: Back a • Ctrl + Enter: Quickly complete an page. address. For example, type microsoft in the address bar and• Alt + Right Arrow: Forward a page. press CTRL + ENTER to get http://• F5/Ctrl + R: Refresh current page, frame, www.microsoft.com. or tab. • Ctrl + D: Add a Favorite for the• F11: Display the current website in full page currently opened. screen mode. Pressing F11 again will exit • F4: Opens the drive selection when this mode. browsing.• Esc: Stop page or download from • Ctrl + I: Display available loading. bookmarks.• Ctrl + (- or +) - Increase or decrease the • Ctrl + N: Open New browser font size, pressing - will decrease and + window. will increase. • Ctrl + H: Open the History bar.
  • 16. IE/Mozilla shortcut keys (c..)• Shift + Enter: Complete a .net instead of • Ctrl + F4: Closes the currently a .com address (Mozilla). selected tab.• Ctrl + Shift + Enter: Complete a .org • Ctrl + Tab: Moves through each of address (Mozilla). the open tabs.• Ctrl + Shift + Del: Open the Clear Data • Alt + Down arrow: Display all window to quickly clear private data. previous text entered in a text box and/or available options on drop• Ctrl + J: Display the download window down menu. (Mozilla). • Alt + D: Highlights the text in the• Ctrl + F4/Ctrl + W: Closes the currently address bar. selected tab. • Ctrl + B: Open the Organize• Ctrl + Shift + T: Undo the close of a Favorites dialog box. window (Mozilla). • Ctrl + E: Open the Search bar.• Ctrl + T: Opens a new tab. • Crtl + F: Start the Find utility
  • 17. Outlook shortcut keys• Home/End: Select the first/last contact in the list. • Shift + Home/End: Same as above.• Up/Down arrow: Move to the • Ctrl + Home/End: Move to the first/ previous/next mail/card. last mail/card.• Ctrl + Spacebar: Select/deselect the • Left key/Right key: current card. Collapse/Expand current section.• Ctrl + Shift + up/down arrow: Selection • Ctrl + Shift + D: Display new call of the previous/next card. dialog box.• Shift + page up/page down: Selection up • F11: Go to find contact box. to first/last page.
  • 18. Run command shortcuts• Calculator: calc • Internet Properties: inetcpl.cpl• Character Map: charmap • Log out Windows: logoff• Command Prompt: cmd • Network Connections: control• Date and Time Properties: timedate.cpl netconnections/ncpa.cpl• Disk Cleanup Utility: cleanmgr • Notepad: notepad• Control Panel: control • On Screen Keyboard: osk• Display Properties: control • Printers and Faxes: control printers/ desktop/desk.cpl printers• Fonts: control fonts/fonts • Regional Settings: intl.cpl
  • 19. Run command shortcuts (c..)• Remote Desktop: mstsc • MS-Word: winword• Services: services.msc • MS-Excel: excel• Shut Down Windows: shutdown • MS-Outlook: outlook• Sounds and Audio: mmsys.cpl • MS-Powerpoint: powerpnt• System Properties: sysdm.cpl • Microsoft Picture Manager: ois• Task Manager: taskmgr • Windows Explorer: explorer• Windows Update Launch: wupdmgr • Opens your home drive:• Wordpad: write %homedrive%
  • 20. How to create own short key• Open the folder or directory that contains the program you wish to create a shortcut for.• Right-click on the program and click Create Shortcut.• This will create a shortcut in the directory you are in. If you wish to rename this shortcut, right-click the file and click rename.• Cut this shortcut and paste it anywhere to execute this program.• Right-click the shortcut and click Properties.• Click the Shortcut tab.• Click in the Shortcut key box and press a letter. For example, if you press "G" the shortcut key will automatically be made Ctrl + Alt + G.• Now click on Apply and then OK.• Now use Ctrl + Alt + G to open that program.
  • 21. Did you know?• We have a shortcut to turn off the computer.

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