Windows Keyboard Shortcuts

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Here are a few keyboard shortcusts for Windows. anytime that you do not have to take your hand off the keyboard to use the mouse you are going to be saving time.

Functions
Alt+Tab: Toggle between active applications
Ctrl+C: Copy (Alt+PrntScrn to copy the active window to the clipboard)
Ctrl+X: Cut
Ctrl+V: Paste
Ctrl+Z: Undo
Ctrl+S: Save
Ctrl+F4: Close a window (document).
Alt+F4: Close an application

Formatting
Ctrl+B: Bold
Ctrl+U: Underline
Ctrl+I: Italics
Ctrl+L: Left Align
Ctrl+R: Right Align
Ctrl+E: Center

Navigation
Ctrl+Right Arrow: Move right one word
Ctrl+ Left Arrow: Move left one word
Ctrl+Down Arrow: Down one paragraph
Ctrl+Up Arrow: Up one paragraph
Home: Beginning of a line
End: End of a line
Ctrl+Home: Beginning of a document
Ctrl+End: End of a document

Highlighting (Blocking) Text: Add the shift key, and the combinations above become tools to highlight text for deletion, replacement, font attributes, and so on.

Ctrl+A: Select all
Shift+Ctrl+Right Arrow: Block right one word
Shift+Ctrl+ Left Arrow: Block left one word
Shift+Ctrl+Down Arrow: Block down one paragraph
Shift+Ctrl+Up Arrow: Block up one paragraph
Shift+Home: Block from the cursor to the first of the line
Shift+End: Block from the cursor to the end of the line
Shift+Ctrl+Home: Block from the cursor to the top of the document
Shift+Ctrl+End: Block from the cursor to the end of the document

Tab from one field to the next on a screen. Shift+Tab will take you in reverse order.

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