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    MS-Word Quick Tip 3


    • Hold CTRL and press Right Arrow to go right one word at a time.
    • Hold CTRL and press the Left Arrow to go left one word at a time.
    • Hold CTRL and Backspace to delete a whole word at a time.
    • CTRL + SHIFT + Right Arrow will highlight one word at a time
    • CTRL + END to move cursor to the end of the line.
    • CTRL + HOME to move cursor to the beginning of the line.
    • CTRL + Page Up to move up one page.
    • CTRL + Page Down to move down one page.
    • CTRL + UP Arrow to move cursor up one paragraph at a time.
    • CTRL + Down Arrow to move cursor down one paragraph at a time.
    • Press and hold down the CTRL key on your keyboard. Then scroll your mouse wheel forward and backward to zoom in and out, respectively.
    • To select all the text in your Microsoft Word document (you can press CTRL + A)
    • To insert a hyperlink select the text and press CTRL + K.
    • To select an entire paragraph make three rapid clicks anywhere in the paragraph
    • Ctrl + click selects sentence. Click anywhere in a sentence while holding Ctrl key down will select the sentence
    • To create a horizontal line type 3 hyphens (---) and then press Enter
    • Ctrl+ makes a word subscript and Ctrl Shift + makes a word superscript
    • Use Format Painter feature to quickly apply a particular format to a new area.
    • To move cursor to the location where it was when you last save the document press Shift + F5
    • Select some text -now if you will press Ctrl + Shift + > the font size of the selected text will increase. To decrease the font size use Ctrl + Shift + < combination
    • Print layout (Ctrl+Alt+P) of a document or other object as it will appear when you print it.
    • Normal view (Ctrl+Alt+N) that shows text formatting and a simplified page layout.
    • Outline view (Ctrl+Alt+O) that shows the headings of document indented to represent their level in the document is structure.
    • Outline view is also used to work with master documents.
    • Reading layout view (Alt+D) hidden all toolbars except for the Reading layout and reviewing toolbars.
    • Thumbnails are small renderings of each page in your document, displayed in a separate pane.
    • The document map feature allows you to navigate through a document and move to heading quickly.

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