shortcut keys


Shortcut Keys
Description
File menu options in current program.
Open Edit options in current program.
Switch between open programs.
F1
View help information (F1 is used by almost every Windows program to display help).
F2
Rename a selected file.
F5
Refresh the current program window.
Bookmarks the current page in most Internet browsers.
Create a new or blank document in some software, or open a new tab in most Internet browsers.
Open a file in the current software.
Select all text.
Change selected text to be bold.
Change selected text to be in italics.
Change selected text to be underlined.
Open find window for current document or window.
Save current document file.
Cut selected item.
Shift+Del
Cut selected item.
Copy selected item.
Copy selected item
Shift+Ins
Paste
Redo last action.
Undo last action.
Insert hyperlink for selected text.
Print the current page or document.
Goes to beginning of current line.
Goes to beginning of document.
Goes to end of current line.
Goes to end of document.
Shift+Home
Highlights from current position to beginning of line.
Shift+End
Highlights from current position to end of line.
Ctrl+Left arrow
Moves one word to the left at a time.­­
Ctrl+Right arrow
Moves one word to the right at a time.
Opens the Start menu.
Ctrl+Shift+Esc
Opens Windows Task Manager.
Close the currently active program.
Open the properties for the selected item (file, folder, shortcut, etc.).


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