MS Office Shortcut Keys
Our Shortcut Key tables list actions in Office latest that have been assigned to keystrokes. Take a look and see if there isn’t a keystroke that you can use to save time the next time you use an Office program. Remember, using the keyboard is nearly always faster than using the mouse. Most of the shortcut keys on this page also work with many of the programs in Office 2002 (XP), 2000, or 97.
All shortcut keys are based on the U.S. keyboard layout. Keys on other layouts may not correspond exactly to the keys on a U.S. keyboard.
For keyboard shortcuts in which you press two or more keys together, the keys to press are separated by a plus sign, like this: SHIFT+F10.
For shortcuts in which you press keys one after the other, the keys to press are separated by a comma, like this: ALT, F, X.
- MS Office Basics Shorcut Keys
- MS Outlook Express Short cut keys
- MS Access Short-Cut Keys
- Power Point Short-Cut Keys
- MS Excel Short-Cut Keys
- MS Word Short-Cut Keys
Windows Shortcut keys
In computing, a keyboard shortcut is a set of one or more keys that invoke a command in software or an operating system.
They are typically an alternate means for invoking commands that would otherwise be accessible only through a menu, a mouse, or an aspect of the user interface. These shortcuts can expedite common operations by reducing input sequences to a few keystrokes.
These shortcuts can provide an easier and quicker method of using computer programs. These commands are commonly accessed by using the Alt ket (on PC computers), command key (on Apple computers), Ctrl, and Shift in conjunction with a single letter.