15 (Fifteen) Special Keyboard Shortcuts.
The fifteen special keyboard shortcuts are fifteen (15) shortcut keys every computer user should know.
The following table contains the list of keyboard shortcuts every computer user should know.
If you are like “Wow, the content of this document is large and there is no time to select all of it, besides, it’s going to mount pressure on my computer?” Using the mouse for this is an outdated method of handling a task like selecting all, Ctrl+A will take care of that within seconds.
Saves the time and stress which would have been used to right click and click again just to copy. Use Ctrl+C.
Instead of clicking File, New, blank/ template and another click, just press Ctrl + N and a fresh page will appear instantly.
Use ctrl +O when you want to locate or open a file or program.
Always use this to locate the printer dialog box and print.
Please stop! Don’t go for the mouse. Just press Ctrl+S
Using ctrl+V in a case like this Saves the time and stress of right clicking and clicking again just to paste.
“There is a way Peace does this without using the mouse. Oh my God, why didn’t I learn it then?” Don’t worry, I have the answer, Peace presses Ctrl+W to close active windows.
Use Ctrl+X when you think “this shouldn’t be here and I can’t stand the stress of retyping or redesigning it in the rightful place it belongs”.
Ctrl+Z brought back what you don’t need? Press Ctrl+ Y to remove it again.
Can’t find what you typed now or a picture you inserted, it suddenly disappeared or you mistakenly removed it? Press Ctrl+Z to bring it back.
You don’t need to move the mouse in order to close an active window, just press Alt + F4 if you are done or don’t want somebody who is coming to see what you are doing.
Are you working in Microsoft Word and want to find out if the other active window where your browser is loading a page is still progressing? Use Ctrl + F6.
Is your computer malfunctioning? Use F1 to find help when you don’t know what next to do.
F12 is the shortcut to use when you want to change the format in which you saved your existing document, password it, change its name, change the file destination, or make other changes to it. It saves your time.
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