Keyboard shortcuts key are practically essential for using any type of PC. They’ll speed up almost everything you do.
This list will cover the most useful keyboard shortcuts that every Windows user should know. If you haven’t used keyboard shortcuts much, these will show you just how useful keyboard shortcuts can be.
The following table shows the different shortcuts key frequently used while working on the computer system −
CTRL+A = Select all
CTRL+B = Make letters bold.
CTRL+C = Copy the selected text or object.
CTRL+D = Open the Font dialog box to change the formatting of characters.
CTRL+E = Switch a paragraph between centered and left-aligned.
CTRL+F = Find text, formatting, and special items.
CTRL+G = Go to a page, bookmark, footnote, table, comment, graphic, or other location.
CTRL+H = Replace text, specific formatting, and special items.
CTRL+I = Make letters italic.
CTRL+J = Switch a paragraph between justified and left-aligned.
CTRL+K = Insert a hyperlink.
CTRL+L = Left align a paragraph.
CTRL+M = Indent a paragraph from the left.
CTRL+N = open new document.
CTRL+O = Open the document or file.
CTRL+P = Print a document.
CTRL+Q = Remove paragraph formatting.
CTRL+R = Switch a paragraph between right-aligned and left-aligned.
CTRL+S = Save a document.
CTRL+T = Create a hanging indent.
CTRL+U = Make letters underline.
CTRL+V = Paste text or an object.
CTRL+W = Close the active window.
CTRL+X = Cut the selected text or object.
CTRL+Y = Redo or repeat an action.
CTRL+Z = Undo an action.
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