• Apply Heading To apply heading 1, 2 or 3, press ALT+CTRL+1, ALT+CTRL+2, and ALT+CTRL+3, respectively. Headings are an excellent way to start of sections of a document, and can later be used to automatically generate a table of contents.
  • Apply List Bullet To start typing a bulleted list, press ALT+CTRL+L.
  • Bold Text Press CTRL+B to bold text.
  • Copy Use CTRL+C to copy the current selection.
  • Delete WordTo delete the entire word preceding the cursor, press CTRL+DEL.
  • Find Text Press CTRL+F to bring up the Find Text dialog box. Using a program’s Find feature is always faster than manually scanning for something.
  • Italics Press CTRL+I to italicize text.
  • Paste Press CTRL+V to paste the contents of the clipboard.
  • Print Use CTRL+P to print the current document to the default printer.
  • Quick Text Selection Different combinations of the ctrl, shift and arrow keys enable you to select blocks of text without dragging the mouse around.
    • Select A Word Hold CTRL+SHIFT and press the left/right arrow keys to select text word by word.
    • Select Line(s) Hold CTRL+SHIFT and press the up/down arrow keys to select all the way to the beginning or end of the current line. Pressing the arrow key more than once will let you select multiple lines.
  • Save Press CTRL+S to save the current document.
  • Underline Press CTRL+U to underline text. 

Chetan Sundarde

What's hurts more, the pain of hard work or the pain of regret?

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