Quick Keys in MS Word

Dennis Faas's picture

I know that a lot of you know many keyboard shortcuts that you use all the time in MS Word, but I have a couple to share with you in this newsletter that I don't think that most of you are aware of, and let's face it, you can never have enough shortcuts and quick keys, right??

  • CTRL + K Inserts a link  
  • CTRL + L Aligns the line or selected text to the left of the screen  
  • CTRL + M Indents the paragraph  
  • CTRL + F Changes your font  
  • CTRL _ Del Deletes word to the right of the cursor  
  • CTRL + Spacebar Resets highlighted text to the default font  
  • CTRL + N Opens a new Document 
  • F7 Spell and Grammar check selected text and/or document  
  • ALT + SHIFT + D Inserts the current date  
  • ALT + SHIFT + T Inserts the current time

I know you will love using these quick keys!

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