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Here’s a guide that will help you find some cool shortcuts for your Windows 10 desktop. There is nothing better than a shortcut. There are no complex rules. You just need to read and execute. Have a great time reading!Table Of Contents hide3 Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts
Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcut
Windows key + 1 or Any Number
If you look at the taskbar, you’ll see a row of applications and programs. If you have an app that you use the most, you can add it to the row. It is possible to include it in the first place. Let’s say Google Chrome is the first app on your taskbar. You can just press Windows key + 1 to open it. You can also try it with other apps. As an example, if an app is in the third position, you can open it by pressing Windows key + 3. You can add any app to the taskbar by following these steps:
- Press the Win key and enter the name of the app
- Right-click the app
- Choose the option for Pin to taskbar
- The app will now be in the taskbar. You can also click and drag it
to any position you want to on the taskbar
Windows key + left/right/up/down
Essentially, what they do is to show the open window or program to the side of the screen. As for the left and right commands, they will move the window left and right while the up and down commands will move it up and down the screen.
Ctrl + Shi + Esc
You’ll be able to open the task manager quickly this way. In addition, you can enter the search box with the word ‘Task Manager’. However, Ctrl + Shi + Esc is faster.
Alt + Enter
When you select a file or a document and want to see the properties, you don’t have to right-click and choose properties. You can open the properties window by pressing Alt + Enter. This section will show the size of the file, the date when it was created, the date it was modified, and other details of the file. Another way to open the properties window is by pressing Alt + to right-click. It displays the properties menu in the same way.
Windows key + E
You can find software and applications easily using the Windows search feature. Although, if you’re looking for files and documents, File Explorer is the best. File Explorer being appropriate, it also does filtering of files so users can narrow down what they search for. Finding files on your computer using this method is a fast and easy process. You can call up the File Explorer in shortcut style by pressing Windows + E.
Your search options have expanded so you can find your file using a variety of methods. There are navigation options, folders, and views that you can use to improve your ‘search experience.’ In the search bar at the top right, enter the name of the file you want to locate. Inputting the extension is another possibility that you might try again. When searching for a photo, add the .jpg or .png extension. You can also find a document with the .docx extension.
Windows key + Ctrl + D
This shortcut will help you to create another desktop. And by another desktop’s a virtual one.
Windows key + Ctrl + left or right
By doing this, you can go through all the desktops. If you press this key you will be taken back to the last desktop you were on. By pressing the right key, you can scroll through the newer desktops you just created.
Windows key + Ctrl + F4
Now that you’re done with the virtual desktop, you want to close it, but you don’t know how. Pressing the Windows key + Ctrl + F4 will automatically quit the program. Don’t forget to save all the work you were doing on the old desktop.
Ctrl + E
This is a lovely way to turn on the search. This option is available in the File Explorer. You can use this to search the current folder you are in. If you press Ctrl + E on your keyboard, the cursor in the top right corner of your screen will jump to the search box. This gives you an easy way to find files. Enter File Explorer by pressing Windows key + E and search for the item by pressing Ctrl + E.
This doesn’t work only in File Explorer. It also works in a web browser (or at least for most modern ones). You can use it with Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. Ctrl + E will take you to the address bar, where you can type any URL.
Windows key + X
This option will open up the start menu options. This menu normally appears when you right-click on the Start button. In this menu you will find the mobility center, the program and features, the device manager, the task manager, and more.
Windows key + I
Using this shortcut, you can launch the Settings window quickly. You can use the search to find specific settings.
Alt + Tab
Another cool option on the list is the Alt + Tab shortcut. It allows you to switch between Windows very quickly. Let’s say you’re using Microsoft Word and Google Chrome. In most cases, you’ll have to go to the taskbar boom to choose the program you want to switch to. Or, you can just minimize the program you’re in to get to the other one. However, you can switch easily with Alt + Tab. When the combo is pressed once, you will be taken to the other open program. You can also press it again to return to the previous window. That’s for two programs. When you have three or more programs open, what happens?
That should be no problem. When you have multiple programs open, you cannot switch between them when you use the Alt + E combination. You only need to hold down the Alt key and then press the Tab key to navigate to your selected window. The tab will appear as you press it. Make sure you don’t release the Alt key.
Windows key + R
This will launch the dialog box for running programs.
Windows key + A
When you get noficaons they show up at the edge of your screen for a
Windows key + T
Windows provides another method of switching. You can do this by pressing the Windows key + T. In the taskbar, you can select options. When you press T simultaneously, you’ll see the taskbar run through its items. . To open the app, simply hit Enter when it reaches the app you want.
Right-click taskbar + D
This is a good way to see what’s going on in the computer if you open different programs. It is just a matter of right-clicking the taskbar at the top of the screen and pressing D. When you do this, all open windows will cascade. It will be stacked behind each other. Using this cascade form, you will be able to see the apps that are open. In case you don’t want to use a particular program again, you can close it.
Right-click taskbar + E
If you want to see which programs opened opened, simply click Right-click taskbar + E. This is the option to show windows stacked side-by-side. By stacking the open windows, it allows you to see what’s open. All you have to do is right-click the taskbar and press E. On your computer, you will see the windows stacked in the manner you prefer depending on how many apps you have open and what type of document or file you have open.
Window frames will not be snapped to the corners, they will simply be resized and stacked. If you stacked the windows, and it has already served its purpose, you can always revert it back to the window you were in by Right-clicking the taskbar then pressing U.
Ctrl + F6
Let’s suppose you have two Microsoft Word documents open. Switching between them is normally done by moving to the taskbar at the boom, clicking the app icon, then choosing the document to enter. I like that. It reduces production, however, if it is too slow. Ctrl + F6 is a quicker way.
The cycle program shortcut will switch to the file you opened for the same program. In Microso Word, if you have opened nine documents, you can press Ctrl + F6 to switch to the next document. Keep pressing F6 without releasing the Ctrl key. As you can see, it simply cycles through the files you’ve opened.
Windows key + Print Screen
To take a screenshot, you can simply press the Print Screen button on your keyboard. When you press the Windows key and Print Screen, you will be able to see the screenshot in the pictures folder.
Windows key + M
You can also use the shortcut Windows key+ M to minimize all windows. Using the minimize button at the top can be stressful when you have many windows open. Particularly when you have about ten windows open at once. Using Windows key+ M will minimize them all at once.
Ctrl + Shift + N
The hacks for File Explorer are still ongoing. Ctrl + Shi + N will create a new blank folder when you are in a folder and you want to create one. This method can help you quickly create folders without any hassle at all. Your productivity will improve as you will be able to organize files faster. Normally, you will need to right-click an empty space in the file explorer, choose New, then select a folder. It’s a long, stressful process. Even the process of creating a new folder makes one reconsider.
However, now you can use Ctrl + Shift + N to make it even easier.
Ctrl + Shi + >
Increasing the text size in this way is a fast and easy process. Instead of moving all the way up, you can simply press Ctrl + Shift + >.
Ctrl + Shi + <
Ctrl + Shift + < will let you decrease the size of the selected text. Press the < key while holding down Ctrl + Shift to decrease the size even further.
Ctrl + Home
Ctrl + Home will allow you to jump directly to the beginning of the document.
Windows 7 Keyboard Shortcuts
F1 Display Help Page Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert Copy the selected item/text/file Ctrl+X Cut the selected item/file/text Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert Paste the selected item/file/folder Ctrl+Z Undo a Recent action Ctrl+Y Redo an action Delete or Ctrl+D Delete the selected file and move it to the Recycle Bin Automatic Shift+ Delete Delete the selected file without moving it to the Recycle Bin first F2 Rename the selected item/file/folder Ctrl+ Right Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the word Ctrl+ Left Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word Ctrl+ Down Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next line Ctrl+ Up Arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous Line Ctrl+ Shift with an arrow key Select a block of text Shift with any Up or Down arrow key Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop Ctrl+Shift+Esc Quick;Open Task Manager Ctrl+ A Select all items in a document or window or file or folder F3 Search menu Appear Alt+ Enter Display properties Box for the selected item Alt+ F4 Close the Current active item, or exit the active program Alt+ Spacebar Open the shortcut menu for the active Opened window Ctrl+ F4 Close the active Opened Program Alt+Tab Switch between open multiple items Ctrl+Alt+Tab Use the arrow keys to switch between multiple opened items Ctrl+Mouse scroll wheel Change the size of All icons on the desktop Appeared Windows key + Plus Sign or Minus Sign Zoom in And out Alt+Esc Cycle through items in the taskbar opened Shift+F10 Display the shortcut menu for the selected item/File/Folder Ctrl+Esc Open the Start menu Option F10 Appear the menu bar Shortcut in the active program F5 or Ctrl+R Refresh the active window Opened Alt+Up Arrow View the folder one level up in Windows File Explorer Esc Cancel the current Running task Dialog box Ctrl+Tab Move tabs in Browser Ctrl+Shift+Tab Move back tabs in Browser Tab Move forward through options In Opened Program Shift+Tab Move back through options In Opened Program Enter Open many selected File Separately Windows logo key First Time Open or Then close the Start menu. Windows logo key +Pause Display the System About Properties dialog box. Windows logo key +D Minimize all windows Display the desktop. Windows logo key +M Minimize all windows Display the desktop. Windows logo key +Shift+M Restore minimized All Windows to the desktop. Windows logo key +E Open File Explorer. Windows logo key +F Search for a file or folder or JPG or Item. Ctrl+Windows logo key +F Search for Computers Windows logo key +L Lock your computer or switch To Another user. Windows logo key +R Open the Run Program. Windows logo key +T Cycle through The Programs in the taskbar Opened. Windows logo key +number Start the program pinned to the taskbar. If the program is already running, switch Between to that program. Shift+Windows logo key +number Start a new instance of the program pinned to the taskbar. Ctrl+Windows logo key +number Switch to the last active window of the program pinned to the taskbar. Alt+Windows logo key +number Open the Jump List for the program pinned to the taskbar. Windows logo key +Tab Cycle through programs on the taskbar. Ctrl+Windows logo key +B Switch to the program that displayed a notification. Windows logo key +Up Arrow Maximize the Opened window. Windows logo key +Left Arrow Maximize the Opened window to the left side of the screen. Windows logo key +Right Arrow Maximize the Opened window to the right side of the screen. Windows logo key +Down Arrow Minimize the Current window. Windows logo key +Home Minimize all but the active Opened window. Windows logo key +P Appear presentation display mode. Ctrl+N Open a new window Of Current Window Ctrl+W Close the current Opened Window Ctrl+Shift+N Create a new folder In Opened Window End Display the bottom of the Opened window Home Display the top of the active Opened window F11 Maximize or minimize the Current active window Alt+Enter Open the Properties dialog box for the selected item/File/Folder Alt+P Display the preview in Left Side Alt+Left Arrow View the previous Opened folder Backspace View the Last folder Alt+Right Arrow View the Previous folder Alt+Up Arrow View the Previous folder Ctrl+Shift+E Display all folders selected folder Ctrl+Mouse scroll wheel Change the size and appearance of Opened file and folder Alt+D Go to the address bar Ctrl+E Select the search box Ctrl+F Open the search box
Ctrl+N Create a new Image Ctrl+O Open an existing Image Ctrl+S Save changes to a Picture File F12 Save the image as a new file Ctrl+P Print an Image Alt+F4 Close a Image and its Paint window Ctrl+Z Undo the Last change Ctrl+Y Redo the Last change Ctrl+A Select the entire Image Ctrl+X Cut a selected Part Ctrl+C Copy to the Clipboard Ctrl+V Paste from the Clipboard Right Arrow Move the selected item right by one pixel Left Arrow Move the selection item left by one pixel Down Arrow Move the selected item down by one pixel Up Arrow Move the selected item up by one pixel Esc Cancel the selection Delete Delete the selection Ctrl+B Bold selected text Area Ctrl++ Increase the width of a brush, line, or shape Ctrl+- Decrease the width of a brush, line, or shape Ctrl+I Italic selected text Ctrl+U Underline selected text Part Ctrl+E Open the Properties Menu dialog box Ctrl+W Open the Resize Ctrl+Page Up Zoom in Ctrl+Page Down Zoom out F11 View a picture in full-screen Ctrl+R Show or hide the ruler Ctrl+G Show or hide gridlines F10 or Alt Display keytips Shift+F10 Show the current shortcut menu Box F1 Open Paint Help Section
Ctrl+N Create a new document File Ctrl+O Open an existing document File Ctrl+S Save document F12 Save the document/File as a new file Ctrl+P Print a document Opened or selected File Alt+F4 Close WordPad Program Ctrl+Z Undo the Last change Ctrl+Y Redo the Last change Ctrl+A Select the entire document Item Ctrl+X Cut a selection Part Ctrl+C Copy to the Clipboard Ctrl+V Paste from the Clipboard Ctrl+B Do selected text bold Ctrl+I Italic selected text Ctrl+U Underline selected text/ Paragraph/ Line Ctrl+= Make selected text subscript Ctrl+Shift+= Make selected text superscript Ctrl+L Align text to left Ctrl+E Align text to the center Ctrl+R Align text to the right Ctrl+J Justify the text Ctrl+1 Set single line spacing Ctrl+2 Set double line spacing Ctrl+5 Set line spacing to 1.5 Ctrl+Shift+> Increase the Font Size Ctrl+Shift+< Decrease the Font Size Ctrl+Shift+A Change all Selected characters to capitals Ctrl+Shift+L Change to the bullet style Ctrl+D Insert a Microsoft Paint drawing Ctrl+F Find text in an Opened document F3 Find the next instance of the text in the Find dialog box Menu Ctrl+H Replace text in an Opened document Ctrl+Left Arrow Move the cursor one word to the left Ctrl+Right Arrow Move the cursor one word to the right Ctrl+Up Arrow Move the cursor to the One line above Ctrl+Down Arrow Move the cursor to the One line below Ctrl+Home Move to the beginning of the document/ File/ Folder Ctrl+End Move to the end of the document/ File/ Folder Ctrl+Page Up Move one page up Ctrl+Page Down Move one page down Ctrl+Delete Delete the next word F10 Display keytips Shift+F10 Show the current shortcut menu Bar F1 Open WordPad Help Section
Alt+1 Switch to Standard mode of Calculator Alt+2 Switch to Scientific mode of Calculator Alt+4 Switch to Statistics mode of Calculator Ctrl+E Open date calculations Mode Ctrl+H Open calculation history on or off Ctrl+U Open unit conversion Box Alt+C Calculate date calculations and worksheets F1 Open Calculator Help Section Ctrl+Q Press the M- button of Calculator Ctrl+P Press the M+ button of Calculator Ctrl+M Press the MS button of Calculator Ctrl+R Press the MR button of Calculator Ctrl+L Press the MC button of Calculator % Press the % button of Calculator F9 Press the +/– button of Calculator / Press the / button of Calculator * Press the * button of Calculator + Press the + button of Calculator – Press the – button of Calculator R Press the 1/× button @ Press the square root button 0-9 Press the number (0-9) = Press the = button . Press the . (decimal point) button Backspace Press the backspace button Esc Press the C button Del Press the CE button Ctrl+Shift+D Clear the calculation history F2 Edit the calculation history Up Arrow key Navigate up in the calculation history Down Arrow key Navigate down in the calculation history Esc Cancel editing the calculation history Enter Recalculate the calculation history after editing F3 Select Degrees in Scientific mode F4 Select Radians in Scientific mode F5 Select Grads in Scientific mode I Press the Inv button in Scientific mode D Press the Mod button in Scientific mode Ctrl+S Press the sinh button in Scientific mode Ctrl+O Press the cosh button in Scientific mode Ctrl+T Press the Tan button in Scientific mode of Calculator ( Press the ( button in Scientific mode of Calculator ) Press the ) button in Scientific mode of Calculator N Press the ln button in Scientific mode of Calculator ; Press the Int button in Scientific mode of Calculator S Press the sin button in Scientific mode of Calculator O Press the cos button in Scientific mode of Calculator T Press the tan button in Scientific mode of Calculator M Press the DMS button in Scientific mode of Calculator
Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts
F1 Display Help Section F2 Rename the selected item/File/Folder F3 Search for an item/File/Folder F4 Display the address bar in File Explorer F5 Refresh the Opened window F6 Cycle through screen elements in a window F10 Activate the Setting Menu bar in the active app Alt+F4 Close the Opened item/Folder/ Program Alt+Esc Cycle items in the order in which you opened Alt+underlined letter Perform the command for that letter Alt+Enter Display properties for the selected item/Folder/ Program Alt+Spacebar Open the shortcut menu for the active window/ Program Alt+Left arrow Back Alt+Right arrow Forward Alt+Page Up Move up By one screen Alt+Page Down Move down By one screen Alt+Tab Switch between open apps (except desktop apps) Ctrl+F4 Close the active document (in apps that allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously) Ctrl+A Select all items in a document or window Ctrl+C (or Ctrl+Insert) Copy the selected item Ctrl+D (or Delete) Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin Ctrl+R (or F5) Refresh the active window Ctrl+V (or Shift+Insert) Paste the selected item Ctrl+X Cut the selected item Ctrl+Y Redo an action Ctrl+Z Undo an action Ctrl+plus (+) or Ctrl+minus (-) Zoom in or out of a large number of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen Ctrl+ mouse scroll wheel Change the size of desktop icons or zoom in or out Ctrl+Right arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word Ctrl+Left arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word Ctrl+Down arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph Ctrl+Up arrow Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph Ctrl+Alt+Tab Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps Ctrl+arrow key (to move to an item)+Spacebar Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop Ctrl+Shift with an arrow key Select a block of text Ctrl+Esc Open the Start screen Ctrl+Shift+Esc Open Task Manager Ctrl+Shift Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available Ctrl+Spacebar Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off Shift+F10 Display the shortcut menu for the selected item Shift with any arrow key Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document Shift+Delete Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first Right arrow Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu Left arrow Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu Esc Stop or leave the current task
Alt+D Select the address bar of Opened Windows Ctrl+E Select the search box of Opened Windows Ctrl+F Select the search box of Opened Windows Ctrl+N Open a new window Ctrl+W Close the current window Ctrl+mouse scroll wheel Change the size and Icon of file and folder icons Ctrl+Shift+E Display all folders above the selected folder Ctrl+Shift+N Create a new folder Num Lock+asterisk (*) Display all subfolders under the selected folder Num Lock+plus (+) Display the contents of the selected folder Num Lock+minus (-) Collapse the selected folder Alt+P Display the preview pane Alt+Enter Open the Properties dialog box for the selected item Alt+Right arrow View the next folder Alt+Up arrow View the folder that the folder was in Alt+Left arrow View the previous folder Backspace View the previous folder Right arrow Display the current selection (if it’s collapsed), or select the first subfolder Left arrow Collapse the current selection (if it’s expanded), or select the folder that the folder was in End Display the bottom of the active window Home Display the top of the active window F11 Maximize or minimize the active window
Keyboard shortcuts in MS Excel
CTRL + 1 Format Box ALT + E + S + T Copy Format ALT + H + 0 Increase Decimal ALT + H + 9 Decrease Decimal CTRL + SHIFT + 7 Boxing ALT + O + C + A Fit Column Width ALT + H + O + R Change Tab Name ALT + W + F (Un)Split Panes ALT + W + S (Un)freeze windows SHIFT + CTRL + # Date Format SHIFT + CTRL + $ $ Dollar Format SHIFT + CTRL + % % Percentage Format ALT + “=” Sum Function
Function Key Shortcuts
F2 Edit Cells F4 Anchor Cells F7 Spell Check F12 Save As SHIFT + F2 Insert a Comment SHIFT + F8 Add to Selection SHIFT + F10 Right Click CTRL + F3 Name a Cell Windows Flag + D Minimize Programs
CTRL + A Select All CTRL + B Bold CTRL + C Copy Copy CTRL + D Fill Down CTRL + F Find CTRL + I Italic CTRL + N New Workbook CTRL + O Open CTRL + P CTRL + R Fill Right CTRL + S Save Workbook CTRL + U Underline CTRL + V Paste CTRL + W Close Window CTRL + X Cut CTRL + Z Undo
Arrows Move CTRL + Arrows Go to End of Continuous Range SHIFT + Arrows Select A Cell Range CTRL + SHIFT + Arrows Highlight A Continuous Range ALT + Tab Switch Programs CTRL + Pg Up/Down Switch Worksheets Enter Move below Shift + Enter Move Up Home Move to Begin of Line CTRL + Home Go to Cell A1 ESC Cancel
Columns & Rows Shortcuts
CTRL + 9 Hide Row SHIFT + CTRL + 9 Unhide Row CTRL + 0 Hide Column SHIFT + CTRL + 0 Unhide Column SHIFT + Spacebar Highlight Row CTRL + Spacebar Highlight Column SHIFT + CTRL + Plus sign Insert Blank Cells CTRL + Minus Sign Delete Selected Cells SHIFT + ALT + Left Arrow Group Rows/Columns SHIFT + ALT + Right Arrow Ungroup Rows/Columns
Google Drive Shortcuts
Navigation and views Go to navigation panel (folders list) g then n
g then f
Go to items view g then l Switch between grid and list in items view v Go to details pane g then d Go to top of application (Google bar) g then t Go to download status g then a Go to upload status g then u Show or hide details pane d Show or hide activity pane i Select items Select or deselect item x Select next item down j
Select next item up k
Select next item to the left h
Select next item to the right l
Extend selection down Shift + Down arrow Extend selection up Shift + Up arrow Extend selection left Shift + Left arrow Extend selection right Shift + Right arrow Select all visible items Shift + a Clear all selections Shift + n Move between items Move down without changing selection Ctrl + Down arrow (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + Down arrow (Mac)
Move up without changing selection Ctrl + Up arrow (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + Up arrow (Mac)
Move left without changing selection Ctrl + Left arrow (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + Left arrow (Mac)
Move right without changing selection Ctrl + Right arrow (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + Right arrow (Mac)
Take action on selected items Open selected item Enter
Rename selected item n Share selected items . (dot) Move selected items to new folder z Star or unstar selected items s Add selected folder to another folderCreate shortcuts to selected items Shift + z Remove selected items # or Alt + Backspace (Chrome OS)
# or Delete (Windows)
# or Fn + Delete (Mac)
Undo last action Ctrl + z (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + z (Mac)
Redo last undone action Ctrl + Shift + z (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + Shift + z (Mac)
Create new items Document Shift + t Presentation Shift + p Spreadsheet Shift + s Drawing Shift + d Folder Shift + f Form Shift + o Open menus Create menu c More actions menu a Current folder actions menu f Sort menu r Settings menu t Application actions Display keyboard shortcuts list Shift + /
Ctrl + / (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + / (Mac)
Choose next visual density
(row height and element spacing for list view)
q then q Find/find next Ctrl + f (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + f (Mac)
Ctrl + p (Chrome OS, Windows)
⌘ + p (Mac)
Show last message m Search your Drive /
Keyboard shortcuts for Google Sheets
Common actions Select column Ctrl + Space Select row Shift + Space Select all Ctrl + a
Ctrl + Shift + Space
Undo Ctrl + z Redo Ctrl + y
Ctrl + Shift + z
Find Ctrl + f Find and replace Ctrl + h Fill range Ctrl + Enter Fill down Ctrl + d Fill right Ctrl + r Save
(every change is saved automatically in Drive)
Ctrl + s Open Ctrl + o Ctrl + p Copy Ctrl + c Cut Ctrl + x Paste Ctrl + v Paste values only Ctrl + Shift + v Show common keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + / Insert new sheet Shift + F11 Compact controls Ctrl + Shift + f Input tools on/off
(available in spreadsheets in non-Latin languages)
Ctrl + Shift + k Select input tools Ctrl + Alt + Shift + k Search the menus Alt + / Format cells Bold Ctrl + b Underline Ctrl + u Italic Ctrl + i Strikethrough Alt + Shift + 5 Center align Ctrl + Shift + e Left align Ctrl + Shift + l Right align Ctrl + Shift + r Apply top border Alt + Shift + 1 Apply right border Alt + Shift + 2 Apply bottom border Alt + Shift + 3 Apply left border Alt + Shift + 4 Remove borders Alt + Shift + 6 Apply outer border Alt + Shift + 7Ctrl + Shift + 7 Insert link Ctrl + k Insert time Ctrl + Shift + ; Insert date Ctrl + ; Insert date and time Ctrl + Alt + Shift + ; Format as decimal Ctrl + Shift + 1 Format as time Ctrl + Shift + 2 Format as date Ctrl + Shift + 3 Format as currency Ctrl + Shift + 4 Format as percentage Ctrl + Shift + 5 Format as exponent Ctrl + Shift + 6 Clear formatting Ctrl + \ Navigate spreadsheet Move to beginning of row Home Move to beginning of sheet Ctrl + Home Move to end of row End Move to end of sheet Ctrl + End Scroll to active cell Ctrl + Backspace Move to next sheet Alt + Down Arrow Move to previous sheet Alt + Up Arrow Display list of sheets Alt + Shift + k Open hyperlink Alt + Enter Open Explore Alt + Shift + x Go to side panel Ctrl + Alt + .
Ctrl + Alt + ,
Move focus out of spreadsheet Ctrl + Alt + Shift + m Move to quicksum
(when a range of cells is selected)
Alt + Shift + q Move focus to popup
(for links, bookmarks, and images)
holding Ctrl + Alt, press e then p Open drop-down menu on filtered cell Ctrl + Alt + r Open revision history Ctrl + Alt + Shift + h Close drawing editor Shift + Esc Edit notes and comments Insert/edit note Shift + F2 Insert/edit comment Ctrl + Alt + m Open comment discussion thread Ctrl + Alt + Shift + a Enter current comment holding Ctrl + Alt, press e then c Move to next comment holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then c Move to previous comment holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then c
Most used chrome Shortcuts
Most used Safari Shortcuts
Action Shortcut Keys Switch to the first tab Command + 1 Switch to the last tab Command + 9 Switch to next tab Command + Tab Switch to the specified tab Command + 1-8 Switch to the previous tab Command + Shift + Tab Close the current tab Command + W Close the browser Option + F4 Reopen the last closed tab Command + Shift + T Open new tab Command + T Open new browser window Command + N Zoom in Command + Mouse wheel up Zoom out Command + Mouse wheel down Default Zoom level Command + 0 Full-Screen mode F11
Safari Other Shortcuts
Action Shortcut Keys Go to the Address bar Command + L Add prefix www. & post .com in address bar Command + Enter Open the location in the adress bar Option + Enter Go to address bar for search Command + K Open the page search box Command + F Find the next match on the page Command + G Find the previous match on the page Command + Shift + G Command + P Save page Command + S Open a file of pc in browser Command + O Open the page source code Command + U Developer tools F12 Edit bookmark name Return Save browser window Command + Shift + S Help Command + ? Stop Command + . preference Command + , Spelling correction Command + Shift + : Zoom text Command + + Zoom out text Command + – Open settings Command + Option + ,
Safari Menu Shortcuts
Action Shortcut keys Select all Command + A Show or Hide favorites bar Command + B Add bookmark Command + D Hide browser Command + H Go to selection Command + J Close browser Command + Q Minimize Command + M Copy Command + C Paste Command + V Cut Command + X Reload Command + R Undo Command + Z Redo Command + Shift + Z Full-screen mode Command + Shift + F Go to Home page Command + Shift + H Maximize Command + Shift + M Page setup loading Command + Shift + P Start sampling Command + Shift + S Stop sampling Command + Shift + T Forms Autofiling Command + Shift + A Bluetooth transfer Command + Shift + B Block plugins Command + Shift + K Add a bookmark to menu Command + Shift + D Close window Command + Shift + W Make sticky notes Command + Shift + Y Open URL Command + Shift + U Show all bookmarks Command + Option + B Empty cache Command + Option + E Minimize all Command + Option + M View source Command + Option + Y Search from google Command + Option + F Show activities Command + Option + A
keyboard shortcuts in Opera
Ctrl + T Open a new tab Ctrl + W Close a tab Alt + Page Down or Ctrl + Tab Cycle between tabs Up arrow One line up Down arrow One line down Left arrow One character to the left Righ arrow One character to the right Shft + Space or Page Up One screen up Space or Page Down One screen down Ctrl + Page Up One screen to the left Ctrl + Page Down One screen to the right Home Go to top End Go to bottom Shft + Up arrow Next link up Shft + Down arrow Next link down Shft + Left arrow Next link to the left Shft + Right arrow Next link to the right Enter Activate link Shft + Enter Activate link in new tab Z or Ctrl + Left arrow or Alt + Left arrow Previous page in history X or Ctrl + Right arrow or Alt + Right arrow Next page in history F5 or Ctrl + R Reload the current page Shft + Z Rewind Shft + X Fast forward Alt + Z Show entire backward history Alt + X Show entire forward history Ctrl + F or .(period), or / Find text in page Ctrl + G Find next instance of text Ctrl + Shft + G Find previous instance of text , (comma), or Shft + / Find text in links in page + or 0 Zoom in 10% – or 9 Zoom out 10% Ctrl + or 8 Zoom in 100% Ctrl – or 7 Zoom out 100% 6 Restore zoom to 100% Ctrl + O Open file Ctrl + S Save copy of page Shft + P Print preview (toggle) Ctrl + P Print page Ctrl + Q Close Opera Ctrl + K Check e-mail Ctrl + E Write new message Ctrl + S Save message draft (continue later) Ctrl + Shft + S Send composed message J Go to next e-mail U Go to previous e-mail H or Shft + J Go to next unread e-mail Y or Shft + U Go to previous unread e-mail Alt + Up Scroll up in mail body (even when focus in mail list) Alt + Down Scroll down in mail body (even when focus in mail list) I Toggle view: message list/message body/list and body Right arrow Expand current thread Left arrow Close current thread Shft + Right arrow Expand all threads Shft + Left arrow Close all threads K Mark selected e-mail as read G Mark selected e-mail as read, and go to next unread e-mail T Mark selected e-mail as read, and go to previous unread e-mail Shft + K Mark selected e-mail as unread Ctrl + Shft + A Mark all e-mail in active view as read R Reply to message Shft + R Reply to all recipients of message, including sender F Forward e-mail D Redirect e-mail
The 15 Most Used MS Notepad Shortcuts
Action Shortcut Keys New text file Ctrl + N Open existing text file Ctrl + O Save Ctrl + S Ctrl + P Select all Ctrl + A Undo Ctrl + Z Cut Ctrl + X Copy Ctrl + C Paste Ctrl + V Delete all contents Delete Find Ctrl + F Find the next word F3 Replace Ctrl + H One line to another line Ctrl + G Insert Today Time and Date F5 Select Menu bar Alt or F10