Keyboard Shortcuts 2
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What is a keyboard shortcut?
Here's what it's not...

It's not the kind of shortcut described in, "Murphy's Law" as  the longest distance between two places. 

Here's what it is...

It's using the keyboard instead of the mouse to save time, repetitive strain injury and to make your typing experience more efficient and enjoyable. 
"F"  keys

  • F1 key: Help for on the selected command / use the Office assistant.
  • F2 Key: Move text or image.
  • F3 Key: Insert any autotext entry you may have setup
  • F4 Key: Repeat last action again.
  • F5 Key: Displays "Go To..." dialogue box. Find and Replace from here also
  • F6 Key: Go to next frame or pane.
  • F7 Key: Spell Checker.
  • F8 Key: Highlight more than the current text you have selected.
  • F9 Key: Refresh.
  • F10 Key: Show KeyTips.
  • F11 Key: Go to next field.
  • F12 Key: Open "Save As...", which is equivalent to the tools menu.

F stands for, "Function".  The F keys all have special functions which either operate on their own (eg. F1 opens the Help Files) or in combination with other keys.
Shift + F

  • Shift and F1 Key: Review your text formatting.
  • Shift + F2 Key: Copy text.
  • Shift + F3 Key: Change the text case (if text highlighted or at cursor position).
  • Shift + F4 Key: Actions a Find or Go To action again.
  • Shift + F5 Key: Move to a earlier revision.
  • Shift + F6 Key: Go to previous frame or pane.
  • Shift + F7 Key: Thesaurus.
  • Shift + F8 Key: Reduce the current highlight of selected text.
  • Shift + F9 Key: Switch between a field code and the field code result.
  • Shift + F10 Key: Displays Shortcut Contextural Menu (like: right-click).
  • SHIFT + F11 Key: Go to previous field.
  • Shift + F12 Key: Save document, as with tools menu.

Control +

  • Ctrl and A: Selects all contents in the current document.
  • Ctrl and B: Bold.
  • Ctrl and C: Copy.
  • Ctrl and D: Displays Font dialogue box.
  • Ctrl and E: Switch a paragraph alignment between current and center.
  • Ctrl and F: Displays Find dialog box.
  • Ctrl and G: Displays the Go To dialog box (searches locations in cuurrent document).
  • Ctrl and H: Displays the Replace dialogue box.
  • Ctrl and I: Italics.
  • Ctrl and J: Switch a paragraph between justified and current alignment.
  • Ctrl and K: Creates a hyperlink.
  • Ctrl and L: Left aligns a paragraph.
  • Ctrl and M: Indents a paragraph from the left.
  • Ctrl and N: Creates a new document.
  • Ctrl and O: Opens a new document.
  • Ctrl and P: Print.
  • Ctrl and R: Switch the alignment of a paragraph between current and right.
  • Ctrl and S: Save.
  • Ctrl and U: Underline.
  • Ctrl and V: Pastes.
  • Ctrl and X: Cut highlighted text or other item.
  • Ctrl and Y: Redoes the last action.
  • Ctrl and Z: Undoes the last action.
  • Ctrl and Enter: Inserts a page break.
  • Ctrl and F2: Selects Print Preview command.
  • Ctrl and F4: Closes the active window.
  • Ctrl and F6: Opens the next window when multiple windows are open.
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