"Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts - 11 Shortcut Keys to Help You Check and Edit Your Documents Even Faster"


Keyboard Shortcuts for Editing Text

If you work with documents at all, you can benefit from the editing shortcuts that Word 2003 offers. Here are the common Word shortcuts:

1.) Return to the previous editing point
[Shift]+[F5], [Ctrl]+[Alt]+[Z]

2.) Repeat the previous action
[Ctrl]+[Y], [F4], [Alt]+[Enter]

3.) Undo the previous action
[Ctrl]+[Z], [Alt]+[Backspace]

4.) Select all [Ctrl]+[A], [Ctrl]+[5] on the numeric keypad

5.) Cut the selection and add it to the Spike
[Ctrl]+[F3] The Spike is a special AutoText entry to which you can cut a series of selections and then assemble them in order. You then paste the contents of the Spike into the destination.

6.) Insert the contents of the Spike
[Ctrl]+[Shift]+[F3]


Keyboard Shortcuts for Checking Your Documents

Do you know that Word come with handy tools that can help you check the spelling and grammar errors. Now, you even can use the keyboard shortcuts to help you.

7.) Run the Spelling and Grammar Checker
[F7]

8.) Find the next spelling error
[Alt]+[F7]

9.) Toggle Track Changes on and off
[Ctrl]+[Shift]+[E]

10.) Update the document's word-count statistics
[Ctrl]+[Shift]+[R]

11.) Display the Research task pane and activate the Translate feature
[Alt]+[Shift]+[F7]


Yes, these are total of 11 shortcuts for you to use. I highly recommend you visit the links below if you wish to discover more Microsoft Word keyboard shortcuts.



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