Alt+X Toggles between the character preceding the cursor and its hexadecimal Unicode number. Shift+F2 Selects text that will be copied to the cursor location when Enter is pressed. Shift+F8 Shrinks the selection to the next smaller unit. Spike is a feature that allows you to collect groups of text from different locations and paste them in another location. Ctrl+Shift+Home Extend a selection to the end of a document. Alt+Shift+1 Show all headings up to Heading n. Ctrl+Shift+F6 Update linked information in an Word 2010 source document.
Ctrl+Shift+F8, and then use the arrow keys; press Esc to cancel selection mode Select an entire table. Ctrl+F1 Display the shortcut menu for the selected item. Alt+Up Moves to the previous object table cell or end of the previous row on the current page. A list of some popular or recently used symbols appears. Ctrl+F12 Opens the Open dialog box to locate or specify a document or template to open same as Ctrl+O and Alt+Ctrl+F2. That method maintains the structural integrity of the worksheet.
Alt+% Shows level 1 through level 5 headings. Ctrl+Shift+W Toggles underlining whole words. To do this Press Switch to the next window. Shift+F8 Turn extend mode off. Alt+ the letter underlined in an option Open a selected drop-down list. Ctrl+Shift+F8, and then use the arrow keys; press Esc to cancel selection mode Extend a selection to a specific location in a document. Alt+F3 Saves the selected text in an AutoText entry.
Be sure to include the version number you are inquiring or commenting about. Choose a decorative font, such as Wingdings, from the Font menu to see strange and unusual characters. In the Tools menu, the option of Macros is selected and then the option Word command is selected. Tab Move to the previous option or option group. Ctrl+Alt+5, and then the Tab key repeatedly Exit the floating shape navigation and return to the normal navigation. In Word versions before 2007, it was a single keystroke. Alt+Shift+F10 Move between options in a menu of available actions.
Word shortcut keys Key Action Ctrl+A Selects all same as Ctrl+ num 5. Alt+Ctrl+Page Down Moves to the end of the last line on the screen. I think it highly unlikely that today you would be using any version of Word that existed in 2012. Ctrl+Equal Sign Apply superscript formatting automatic spacing. Alt+Shift+Down Arrow Expand text under a heading.
Shift+F10 Go to the previous field. Alt+F6 Find the next misspelling or grammatical error. Alt+Shift+A Shows all heading levels and body text. Ctrl+F6 Switches to the next document window same as Alt+F6. Alt+Shift+K Checks for errors in mail merge.
F11 Go to the previous field. Ctrl+Shift+F7 Extend a selection or block. Ctrl+Right Moves to the beginning of the next word. Alt+Shift+T Insert an empty field. F8 Update the selected fields. For more information about how to use the F8 key to extend a selection, see. Alt+F9 Display the Selection and Visibility task pane.
Ctrl+R Left align a paragraph. Alt+Ctrl+K Apply the Normal style. F5 Go to the next pane or frame. F4 Choose the Go To command Home tab. Shift+Tab Extend a selection to adjacent cells. This is used to combine multiple cells into a single cell and create the main headers for reports in Microsoft Excel.
Ctrl+C Cut selected text or graphics to the Office Clipboard. Ctrl+F In Word 2010 and newer versions, opens the Navigation pane to the search box. To open the Advanced Key Setting dialog box, right-click the Language bar, and then click Settings. Alt+Ctrl+H Highlights the selected text. To stick a character into your document from the Symbol dialog box, select the symbol and click the Insert button.