Office Shortcuts 2016

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To choose a presentation display mode: select Windows + P, whether you’re giving a presentation or are using multiple monitors, it’s simple to switch settings

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Use windows + Plus Sign or Minus Sign: The Plus Sign key (+) zooms you in, the Minus Sign key (-) zooms you out. This lets you see small text on a webpage or to check out the pixels in a photo

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To refresh or update the active window on your PC press F5, this is really useful if you are using the internet.

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To minimise all open windows on your PC and show the desktop press Windows + D, or if you use a Mac press Option + Apple + M to de-clutter your screen.

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Ctrl + Z (Apple + Z if you use a Mac):  this is the shortcut for undo; it’s a really speedy way of reversing mistakes or restoring accidentally deleted files. Try it!

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Ctrl + A selects everything (Apple + A if you use a Mac): the contents of an entire open email message, folder, Word document, current Excel sheet contents or even internet page.

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In Word, to insert the current date in to a document select Alt + Shift + D. To insert the current time, use Alt + Shift + T.

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Use Ctrl + B to bold text, Ctrl + I to italicise text and Ctrl + U to underline text. This works with most text editors, including versions in browsers.

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Use Ctrl + K to insert a hyperlink into a document, including online text editors.

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Use Ctrl + P to print in any application, including web browsers. Use Ctrl + S to save a document and Ctrl + O to open a previously saved document. Ctrl + F can be used to find anything within the document!