60 Computer keyboard shortcut codes and techniques

Computer keyboard shortcut codes

We have many friends whose typing speed and computer skills impress everyone.

How do they get things done so quickly?
Much of this is the practice of shortcut keys.
If you practice the shortcut keys regularly, you too
Able to acquire this skill.

Below we will learn about the most important and most used keyboard shortcut codes for computers.

Keyboard shortcut keys for Microsoft Word:

  • Shift F10 Key: To get the shortcut menu.
  • F4: Using this button you can go back to the previous state.
  • F5: When working with Word, if you want to go to different pages of your document, you don't have to scroll the mouse again and again.
  • You can go to any page of your document by simply entering the page number using the F5 key.
  • Ctrl-A: To select all the text in the document.

  • Ctrl B: To make the text bold.

  • Ctrl C: To copy the selected text.

  • Ctrl E: Center alignment for text.

  • Ctrl F: To search for any word or sentence.

  • Ctrl I: To make the selected text italic font style.

  • Ctrl K: To add a hyperlink (URL web address) or website address to your selected text.

  • Ctrl L: Left alignment or to move your writing to the left.

  • Ctrl N: To open a new word document.

  • Ctrl O: To open a pre-created word file.

  • Ctrl S: To save your created Word file.

  • Ctrl U: To underline text.

  • Ctrl V: Easy to paste copied text.

  • Ctrl X: To cut any part of the selected text.

  • Ctrl Z: If you make a mistake while working on Word, you can use the shortcut to go back to the previous state.

  • Ctrl-Shift C: For copy formats.

  • Ctrl-Shift D: To use Double underline in any text.

  • Ctrl-Shift F: To change the font style of your writing.

  • Ctrl-Shift H: To apply some hidden text formatting.

  • Ctrl-Shift L: To apply a list style to your writing.

  • Ctrl-Shift P: To change the font size of your text.

  • Ctrl-Shift S: To apply a new style. (Apply a style)

  • Ctrl Home: To go to the beginning of the document.

  • Ctrl Delete: To delete a word to the right of your text.

  • Ctrl Backspace: To delete a word from the left of your text.

  • Ctrl Alt S: To use the Copyright symbol in the text.

  • Ctrl Alt R: To use the Registered trademark symbol in MS Word document.

  • F7 Key: To use the "Spell checker" function to check the spelling of the text.

If you use the keyboard shortcuts above when using MS word on your computer, you will be able to do your work much faster and easier.

At the same time, you will be able to become an expert by enhancing the working skills of Microsoft Word.

Now, we will learn about some of the essentials of computers and other shortcuts of the keyboard.

Windows general shortcut keys:

  • Windows key R: To open the Computer Run menu.

  • Windows key E: You can use this key to open File Explorer.

  • Alt-Tab: To select between open programs of the computer.

  • Windows key Up arrow key: To maximize the currently open window or full screen.

  • Ctrl-Shift Esc: To open the task manager on the computer.

  • Windows key D: To hide or display the open program / Desktop screen.

  • Ctrl Esc: Shortcut to open the computer's start menu.

  • Alt F4: Shortcut to close the running application.

  • Alt Space bar: To open the menu of the running application.

  • F1: This will open the help menu of the running application.

  • Windows key M: To minimize all Windows screens.

  • Shift Windows key M: Restore or re-open minimized windows or screen using the above shortcut.

  • Windows key Tab: This will open the Task view.

  • Windows key Break key = This will open the system properties dialog box.

So, all the computer shortcut keys I mentioned above, you can use them on windows 7, windows 8, or windows 10 computer.

Firefox and Google Chrome browser shortcuts:

  • Alt-Left arrow: To go back again.

  • Alt-Right arrow: To go before me.

  • F5: The page can be reloaded.

  • F11: Select Fullscreen and regular screen.

  • ESC: Prevent the page from loading.

  • Ctrl-Shift-Delete: To delete browser history.

  • Ctrl D: Shortcut to bookmark any website.

  • Ctrl-Shift B: To display existing bookmarked sites.

  • Ctrl J: To open the browser's Download window.

  • Ctrl N: You can open another new browser.

  • Ctrl P: To print the page of the currently open website.

  • Ctrl T: You can open a new tab.

  • Ctrl W: To close an open tab.

  • Ctrl-Shift T: To get the closed tab again. (Undo closed tab)

  • Ctrl-Tab: To quickly open tabs. (Move to open tabs).
Hopefully, if you practice these codes regularly, your work speed will increase a lot and you will save a lot of time.

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