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Alt+1Align Left
Alt+3Align Right
Alt+2Align Horizontal Center
Alt+4Distribute Objects Horizontally
Alt+Shift+1Align Top
Alt+Shift+2Align Vertical Center
Alt+Shift+3Align Bottom
Alt+Shift+4Distribute Objects Vertically
Alt+5Align to Slide
Alt+Shift+WBring to Front
Alt+Shift+SBring Forward
Alt+Shift+ASend Backward
Alt+Shift+QSend to Back
Ctrl+1View – Normal
Ctrl+2View – Outline
Ctrl+3View – Notes
Ctrl+4View – SlideSorter
Ctrl+5View – Reading
Ctrl+Shift+YIncrease Font Size
Ctrl+Shift+XDecrease Font Size
Ctrl+Shift+GObject – Regroup
Alt, A, A, AAdd Animation - Choose an animation effect to add to the selected objects. The new animation is applied after any existing animations on this slide. - Animations > Advanced Animation > Add Animation
Alt, A, A, PAnimation Painter - Copy the animation from one object and apply it to another. Double-click this button to apply the same animation to multiple objects in the presentation. - Animations > Advanced Animation > Animation Painter
Alt, A, A, TTrigger - Set a special start condition for an animation. You can set the animation to start after you click a shape or when media playback reaches a bookmark. - Animations > Advanced Animation > Trigger
Alt, A, CAnimation Pane - Show the Animation Pane to create custom animations. - Animations > Advanced Animation > Animation Pane
Alt, A, D, EAnimation Delay - Play the animation after a certain number of seconds.
Alt, A, D, E, D, EMore
Alt, A, D, UAnimation Duration - Specify the length of an animation.
Alt, A, D, U, D, UMore
Alt, A, EMove Earlier - Move the current animation to play earlier. - Animations > Timing > Move Earlier
Alt, A, LMove Later - Move the current animation to play later. - Animations > Timing > Move Later
Alt, A, MMore Options - Show the Effect Options dialog box. - Animations > Animation > More Options
Alt, A, OEffect Options - Apply an animation effect to the selected object. - Animations > Animation > Effect Options
Alt, A, P, AAutoPreview - Automatically preview after adding or changing an animation. - Animations > Preview > AutoPreview
Alt, A, P, PPreview - Preview the animations on this slide. - Animations > Preview > Preview
Alt, A, SAnimation Styles - Choose an animation to apply to objects in the slide.
Alt, A, TStart - Choose when an animation starts to play. Animations can start after a mouse click, at the same time as the previous animation, or after the previous animation finishes. - Animations > Timing > Start
Alt, A, YReorder Animation - Animations > Timing > Reorder Animation
Alt, F, ASave As
Alt, F, CClose
Alt, F, DSave & Send
Alt, F, HHelp
Alt, F, I, ICheck for Issues
Alt, F, I, PProtect Presentation
Alt, F, I, Q, PShow All Properties
Alt, F, I, Q, SProperties
Alt, F, I, RManage Versions
Alt, F, I, XReturn to Document
Alt, F, NNew
Alt, F, OOpen
Alt, F, PPrint
Alt, F, RRecent
Alt, F, SSave
Alt, F, TOptions
Alt, F, XExit
Alt, G, B, BFormat Background - Show the Format Background dialog box. - Design > Background > Background Styles > Format Background
Alt, G, B, RReset Slide Background - Design > Background > Background Styles > Reset Slide Background
Alt, G, GFormat Background - Show the Format Background dialog box. - Design > Background > Format Background
Alt, G, H, MBrowse for Themes - Design > Themes > Browse for Themes
Alt, G, H, OEnable Content Updates from Office.com. - Design > Themes > Enable Content Updates from Office.com
Alt, G, H, SSave Current Theme - Design > Themes > Save Current Theme
Alt, G, MHide Background Graphics - Don't show the background graphic included in the theme you have selected. - Design > Background > Hide Background Graphics
Alt, G, OSlide Orientation - Switch the slide orientation between portrait and landscape. - Design > Page Setup > Slide Orientation
Alt, G, SPage Setup - Show the Page Setup dialog box. - Design > Page Setup
Alt, G, T, C, CCreate New Theme Colors. - Design > Themes > Colors > Create New Theme Colors
Alt, G, T, C, RReset Slide Theme Colors. - Design > Themes > Colors > Reset Slide Theme Colors
Alt, G, T, EEffects - Current: Office Change the effects for the current theme. - Design > Themes > Effects
Alt, G, T, FFonts - Current: Office Heading: Calibri Body: Calibri Change the fonts for the current theme. - Design > Themes > Fonts
Alt, G, T, F, CCreate New Theme Fonts. - Design > Themes > Fonts > Create New Theme Fonts
Alt, H, 1Bold - Make the selected text bold. - Home > Font > Bold
Alt, H, 2Applies or removes italic formatting. - Home > Font > Italic
Alt, H, 3Underline - Underline the selected text. - Home > Font > Underline
Alt, H, 4Strikethrough - Draw a line through the middle of the selected text. - Home > Font > Strikethrough
Alt, H, 5Shadow - Add a shadow behind the selected text to help it stand out on the slide. - Home > Font > Shadow
Alt, H, 6Character Spacing - Adjust the spacing between characters. - Home > Font > Character Spacing
Alt, H, 7Change Case - Change all the selected text to UPPERCASE, lowercase, or other common capitalizations. - Home > Font > Change Case
Alt, H, A, CCenter - Center text - Home > Paragraph > Center
Alt, H, A, IIncrease Indent - Increase the indent level. - Home > Paragraph > Increase Indent
Alt, H, A, JJustify - Align text to both the left and right margins, adding extra space between words as necessary. This creates a clean look along the left and right side of the page. - Home > Paragraph > Justify
Alt, H, A, LAlign Left - Align text to the left. - Home > Paragraph > Align Left
Alt, H, A, ODecrease Indent - Decrease the indent level. - Home > Paragraph > Decrease Indent
Alt, H, A, RAlign Right - Align text to the right. - Home > Paragraph > Align Right
Alt, H, A, TAlign Text - Change how text is aligned within the text box. - Home > Paragraph > Align Text
Alt, H, A, XText Direction - Change the orientation of text to vertical, stacked, or rotate it to the desired direction. - Home > Paragraph > Text Direction
Alt, H, CCopy - Click here to copy the selection and put it on the clipboard as a picture. - Home > Clipboard > Copy
Alt, H, EClear Formatting - Clear all the formatting from the selection, leaving only the plain text. - Home > Font > Clear Formatting
Alt, H, F, CFont Color - Home > Font > Font Color
Alt, H, F, DFind - Find text in the document. - Home > Editing > Find
Alt, H, F, FFont - Change the font face. - Home > Font
Alt, H, F, GIncrease Font Size - Increase the font size. - Home > Font > Increase Font Size
Alt, H, F, KDecrease Font Size - Decrease the font size. - Home > Font > Decrease Font Size
Alt, H, F, NFont - Show the Font dialog box. - Home > Font
Alt, H, F, OOffice Clipboard - Show the Office Clipboard Task Pane. - Home > Clipboard > Office Clipboard
Alt, H, F, PFormat Painter - Copy formatting from one place and apply it to another. Double-click this button to apply the same formatting to multiple places in the document. - Home > Clipboard > Format Painter
Alt, H, F, SFont Size - Change the font size. - Home > Font > Font Size
Alt, H, G, A, AAlign to Slide - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align to Slide
Alt, H, G, A, BAlign Bottom - Align Objects Bottom - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Bottom
Alt, H, G, A, CAlign Center - Align Objects Center - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Center
Alt, H, G, A, GGrid Settings - Show the Grid and Guides dialog box. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Grid Settings
Alt, H, G, A, HDistribute Horizontally - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Distribute Horizontally
Alt, H, G, A, LAlign Left - Align Objects Left - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Left
Alt, H, G, A, MAlign Middle - Align Objects Middle - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Middle
Alt, H, G, A, OAlign Selected Objects - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Selected Objects
Alt, H, G, A, RAlign Right - Align Objects Right - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Right
Alt, H, G, A, SView Gridlines - Turn on gridlines to which you can align objects in the document. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > View Gridlines
Alt, H, G, A, TAlign Top - Align Objects Top - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Align Top
Alt, H, G, A, VDistribute Vertically - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Distribute Vertically
Alt, H, G, BSend Backward - Send the selected object backward so that it is hidden by the objects that are in front of it. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Send Backward
Alt, H, G, ERegroup - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Regroup
Alt, H, G, FBring Forward - Bring the selected object forward so that it is hidden by fewer objects that are in front of it. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Bring Forward
Alt, H, G, GGroup - Join two or more selected objects together so they will be treated as one object. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Group
Alt, H, G, KSend to Back - Send the selected object behind all other objects. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Send to Back
Alt, H, G, ORotate - Rotate or flip the selected object. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Rotate
Alt, H, G, O, MMore Rotation Options - Home > Drawing > Arrange > More Rotation Options
Alt, H, G, PSelection Pane - Show the Selection Pane to help select individual objects and to change their order and visibility. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Selection Pane
Alt, H, G, RBring to Front - Bring the selected object in front of all other objects so that no part of it is hidden behind another object. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Bring to Front
Alt, H, G, UUngroup - Break a set of grouped objects back into individual objects. - Home > Drawing > Arrange > Ungroup
Alt, H, I, DDuplicate Selected Slides - Home > Slides > Duplicate Selected Slides
Alt, H, I, LSlides from Outline - Home > Slides > Slides from Outline
Alt, H, I, RReuse Slides - Home > Slides > Reuse Slides
Alt, H, JColumns - Split text into two or more columns. - Home > Paragraph > Columns
Alt, H, KLine Spacing - Specify the line spacing to use. - Home > Paragraph > Line Spacing
Alt, H, LLayout - Change the layout of the selected slide. - Home > Slides > Layout
Alt, H, MConvert to SmartArt - Convert text to a SmartArt graphic to visually communicate information. SmartArt graphics range from graphical lists and process diagrams to more complex graphics, such as Venn diagrams and organization charts. - Home > Paragraph > Convert to SmartArt
Alt, H, NNumbering - Home > Paragraph > Numbering
Alt, H, OFormat Object - Show the Format Shape dialog box. - Home > Drawing > Format Object
Alt, H, P, GParagraph - Show the Paragraph dialog box. - Home > Paragraph
Alt, H, QReset - Reset the position, size, and formatting of the slide placeholders to their default settings. - Home > Slides > Reset
Alt, H, R, OReplace Fonts - Home > Editing > Replace > Replace Fonts
Alt, H, R, RReplace - Replace text in the document. - Home > Editing > Replace > Replace
Alt, H, S, EShape Effects - Apply a visual effect to the selected shape, such as shadow, glow, reflection, or 3-D rotation. - Home > Drawing > Shape Effects
Alt, H, S, FShape Fill - Home > Drawing > Shape Fill
Alt, H, S, HShapes - Insert ready-made shapes, such as rectangles and circles, arrows, lines, flowchart symbols, and callouts.
Alt, H, S, L, ASelect All - Select all items - Home > Editing > Select > Select All
Alt, H, S, L, OSelect Objects - Select rectangular regions of ink strokes, shapes and text. - Home > Editing > Select > Select Objects
Alt, H, S, L, PTo launch the Selection pane.
Alt, H, S, OShape Outline - Home > Drawing > Shape Outline
Alt, H, S, SQuick Styles - Choose a visual style for the shape or line. - Home > Drawing > Quick Styles
Alt, H, T, AAdd Section - Add a new section to your presentation. - Home > Slides > Section > Add Section
Alt, H, T, ERemove Section - Home > Slides > Section > Remove Section
Alt, H, T, OCollapse All - Home > Slides > Section > Collapse All
Alt, H, T, RRename Section - Home > Slides > Section > Rename Section
Alt, H, T, VRemove All Sections - Home > Slides > Section > Remove All Sections
Alt, H, T, XExpand All - Home > Slides > Section > Expand All
Alt, H, UBullets - Home > Paragraph > Bullets
Alt, H, VPaste - Click here for more options such as pasting only the values or formatting. - Home > Clipboard > Paste
Alt, H, V, SPaste Special - Paste Special. (Ctrl+Alt+V) - Home > Clipboard > Paste > Paste Special
Alt, H, XCut - Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard. - Home > Clipboard > Cut
Alt, K, EDuration - Specify the length of a transition. - Transitions > Timing > Duration
Alt, K, E, EMore
Alt, K, FAfter - Move to the next slide after a certain number of seconds. - Transitions > Timing > After
Alt, K, IAfter - Move to the next slide after a certain number of seconds. - Transitions > Timing > After
Alt, K, I, IMore
Alt, K, LApply To All - Set the transition between all slides in the presentation to be like the transition you have set up for the current slide. - Transitions > Timing > Apply To All
Alt, K, MOn Mouse Click - Wait until a mouse click to move to the next slide. - Transitions > Timing > On Mouse Click
Alt, K, OEffect Options - Change to a variation of the selected transition. Variations let you change properties of a transition effect, such as its direction or color. - Transitions > Transition to This Slide > Effect Options
Alt, K, PPreview - Preview the transition for this slide. - Transitions > Preview
Alt, K, TTransition Scheme - Choose a special effect that will be applied during the transition between the previous slide and the current slide.
Alt, K, U[No Sound - Select a sound to play during the transition between the previous slide and the current slide. - Transitions > Timing > Sound
Alt, K, U, NLoop Until Next Sound. - Transitions > Timing > Sound > Loop Until Next Sound
Alt, K, YAdvance Slide - Transitions > Timing > Advance Slide
Alt, N, A, ANew Photo Album - Create a new presentation based on a set of pictures. Each picture will be placed on its own slide. - Insert > Images > Photo Album > New Photo Album
Alt, N, A, EEdit Photo Album - Insert > Images > Photo Album > Edit Photo Album
Alt, N, CChart - Insert a chart to illustrate and compare data. Bar, Pie, Line, Area, and Surface are some of the available types. - Insert > Illustrations > Chart
Alt, N, DDate & Time - Insert the current date or time into the current document. - Insert > Text > Date & Time
Alt, N, EEquation - Insert Equation - Insert > Symbols > Equation
Alt, N, E, IInsert New Equation - Insert > Symbols > Insert New Equation
Alt, N, FClip Art - Insert Clip Art into the document, including drawings, movies, sounds, or stock photography to illustrate a specific concept. - Insert > Images > Clip Art
Alt, N, HHeader & Footer - Edit the Header or Footer of the document. The information in the Header or Footer will appear at the top or bottom of each printed page. - Insert > Text > Header & Footer
Alt, N, IHyperlink - Create a link to a Web page, a picture, an e-mail address, or a program. - Insert > Links > Hyperlink
Alt, N, JObject - Insert an embedded object. - Insert > Text > Object
Alt, N, KAction - Add an action to the selected object to specify what should happen when you click on it or hover over it with your mouse. - Insert > Links > Action
Alt, N, MSmartArt - Insert a SmartArt graphic to visually communicate information. SmartArt graphics range from graphical lists and process diagrams to more complex graphics, such as Venn diagrams and organization charts. - Insert > Illustrations > SmartArt
Alt, N, O, CClip Art Audio - Insert Audio from Clip Organizer. - Insert > Media > Audio > Clip Art Audio
Alt, N, O, FAudio from File - Insert an audio clip into the slide. - Insert > Media > Audio > Audio from File
Alt, N, O, RRecord Audio - Insert > Media > Audio > Record Audio
Alt, N, PPicture - Insert a picture from a file. - Insert > Images > Picture
Alt, N, S, CScreenshot - Insert a picture of any program that is not minimized to the taskbar. Click Screen Clipping to insert a picture of any part of the screen. - Insert > Images > Screenshot
Alt, N, S, C, CScreen Clipping - Insert a picture of part of the screen into the file. - Insert > Images > Screenshot > Screen Clipping
Alt, N, S, HShapes - Insert ready-made shapes, such as rectangles and circles, arrows, lines, flowchart symbols, and callouts. - Insert > Illustrations > Shapes
Alt, N, S, NSlide Number - Insert the slide number. The slide number reflects the position of the slide within the presentation. - Insert > Text > Slide Number
Alt, N, T, DDraw Table - Draw the borders of a table. - Insert > Tables > Table > Draw Table
Alt, N, T, IInsert Table - Insert > Tables > Table > Insert Table
Alt, N, T, XExcel Spreadsheet - Insert > Tables > Table > Excel Spreadsheet
Alt, N, USymbol - Insert characters that are not on your keyboard, such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, paragraph marks, and Unicode characters. - Insert > Symbols > Symbol
Alt, N, V, CClip Art Video - Insert Video from Clip Organizer. - Insert > Media > Video > Clip Art Video
Alt, N, V, FVideo from File - Insert a video clip into the slide. - Insert > Media > Video > Video from File
Alt, N, V, WVideo from Web Site. - Insert > Media > Video > Video from Web Site
Alt, N, WWordArt - Insert decorative text in your document. - Insert > Text > WordArt
Alt, N, XText Box - Insert a text box into the document, or add text to the selected shape. - Insert > Text > Text Box
Alt, R, AAccept - Click here to access other options such as accepting all changes in the document. - Review > Compare > Accept
Alt, R, CNew Comment - Add a comment about the selection. - Review > Comments > New Comment
Alt, R, D, ADelete All Markup on the Current Slide. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete All Markup on the Current Slide
Alt, R, D, DDelete - Delete the selected comment. Click the arrow to delete markup from the presentation. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete
Alt, R, D, PDelete All Markup in this Presentation. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete All Markup in this Presentation
Alt, R, EThesaurus - Suggests other words with a similar meaning to the word you have selected. - Review > Proofing > Thesaurus
Alt, R, FPrevious - Navigate to the previous revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it. - Review > Compare > Previous
Alt, R, GCompare - Compare and combine another presentation with your current presentation. - Review > Compare
Alt, R, HNext - Navigate to the next revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it. - Review > Compare > Next
Alt, R, IReviewing Pane - Show the reviewing pane when reviewing changes. View changes for each slide or for the presentation. - Review > Compare > Reviewing Pane
Alt, R, JReject - Click the arrow to access other options such as rejecting all changes in the document. - Review > Compare > Reject
Alt, R, L, LChoose Translation Language - Select your preferred translation language. - Review > Language > Translate > Choose Translation Language
Alt, R, L, MMini Translator - Pause on words or selected paragraphs for a quick translation. You can copy and paste the translation into your file or listen to the original word or phrase being spoken. - Review > Language > Translate > Mini Translator
Alt, R, L, STranslate Selected Text - Translate selected text into a different language. - Review > Language > Translate > Translate Selected Text
Alt, R, MShow Markup - Show comments and other annotations. - Review > Comments > Show Markup
Alt, R, NNext - Navigate to the next comment in the document. - Review > Comments > Next
Alt, R, RResearch - Open the Research Task Pane to search through reference materials, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and translation services. - Review > Proofing > Research
Alt, R, SSpelling - Check the spelling of text. - Review > Proofing > Spelling
Alt, R, TEdit Comment - Edit the selected comment. - Review > Comments > Edit Comment
Alt, R, U, LSet Proofing Language - Set the language used to check the spelling and grammar of the selected text. - Review > Language > Set Proofing Language
Alt, R, U, PLanguage Preferences - Set the editing, display, Help, and ScreenTip languages. The editing language enables language-specific features, including date formatting and page size. - Review > Language > Language Preferences
Alt, R, VPrevious - Navigate to the previous comment in the document. - Review > Comments > Previous
Alt, R, WEnd Review - End the presentation review, applying the current accept and reject decisions. - Review > Compare > End Review
Alt, S, BFrom Beginning - Start the slide show from the first slide. - Slide Show > Start Slide Show > From Beginning
Alt, S, CFrom Current Slide - Start the slide show from the current slide. - Slide Show > Start Slide Show > From Current Slide
Alt, S, DBroadcast Slide Show - Broadcast the slide show to remote viewers who can watch in a Web browser. - Slide Show > Start Slide Show > Broadcast Slide Show
Alt, S, HHide Slide - Hide the current slide from the presentation. It will not be shown during the full-screen slide show. - Slide Show > Set Up > Hide Slide
Alt, S, MCustom Slide Show - Create or play a custom slide show. A custom slide show displays only the slides you select. This enables you to have several different shows (for example a 30-minute show and a 60-minute show) within the same presentation. - Slide Show > Start Slide Show > Custom Slide Show
Alt, S, M, WCustom Shows - Custom Slide Show Dialog. - Slide Show > Start Slide Show > Custom Slide Show > Custom Shows
Alt, S, N, CClear - Slide Show > Set Up > Record Slide Show
Alt, S, N, RStart Recording from Current Slide. - Slide Show > Set Up > Record Slide Show > Start Recording from Current Slide
Alt, S, N, SStart Recording from Beginning. - Record audio narrations, laser pointer gestures, or slide and animation timings for playback during slide show. - Slide Show > Set Up > Record Slide Show > Start Recording from Beginning
Alt, S, OShow On - Choose a monitor on which to display the full-screen slide show. If you only have one monitor or are using a laptop without an external monitor attached, this command is disabled. - Slide Show > Monitors > Show On
Alt, S, PPlay Narrations - Play back audio narrations and laser pointer gestures during slide show. You can record narration and gestures using Record Slide Show. - Slide Show > Set Up > Play Narrations
Alt, S, RUse Current Resolution - Choose the screen resolution to use for the full-screen slide show. Smaller resolutions generally display faster, while larger resolutions can show more visual detail. Many projectors support a maximum resolution of 1024x768. - Slide Show > Monitors > Resolution
Alt, S, SSet Up Slide Show. - Set up advanced options for the slide show, such as kiosk mode. - Slide Show > Set Up > Set Up Slide Show
Alt, S, TRehearse Timings - Start a full-screen slide show in which you can rehearse your presentation. The amount of time you spend on each slide is recorded and you can save those timings to run the show automatically in the future. - Slide Show > Set Up > Rehearse Timings
Alt, S, UUse Timings - Play back slide and animation timings during slide show. You can record slide and animation timings using Rehearse Timings or Record Slide Show. - Slide Show > Set Up > Use Timings
Alt, S, VUse Presenter View - Show the full-screen slide show using Presenter View. This view allows you to project the full-screen slide show to one monitor while viewing a special "speaker view" on another monitor that includes timings and speaker notes. This feature requires multiple monitors or a laptop with dual-display capabilities. - Slide Show > Monitors > Use Presenter View
Alt, S, WShow Media Controls - Show play controls when you move the pointer over audio and video clips during the slide show. - Slide Show > Set Up > Show Media Controls
Alt, W, AArrange All - Tile all open program windows side-by-side on the screen. - View > Window > Arrange All
Alt, W, BBlack and White - View this presentation in black and white, and customize how the colors are translated into black and white. - View > Color/Grayscale > Black and White
Alt, W, CColor - View this presentation in full color. - View > Color/Grayscale > Color
Alt, W, DReading View - View the presentation as a slide show that fits within the window. - View > Presentation Views > Reading View
Alt, W, ECascade - Cascade the open document windows on the screen so that they overlap. - View > Window > Cascade
Alt, W, FFit to Window - Zoom the presentation so that the slide fills the window. - View > Zoom > Fit to Window
Alt, W, GGridlines - Turn on gridlines to which you can align objects in the document. - View > Show > Gridlines
Alt, W, HHandout Master - Open Handout Master view to change the design and layout of printed handouts. - View > Master Views > Handout Master
Alt, W, ISlide Sorter - View the presentation in Slide Sorter view to easily rearrange slides. - View > Presentation Views > Slide Sorter
Alt, W, KNotes Master - Open Notes Master view. - View > Master Views > Notes Master
Alt, W, LNormal - View the presentation in Normal view. - View > Presentation Views > Normal
Alt, W, MSlide Master - Open Slide Master view to change the design and layout of the master slides. - View > Master Views > Slide Master
Alt, W, NNew Window - Open a new window containing a view of the current document. - View > Window > New Window
Alt, W, OGrayscale - View this presentation in grayscale, and customize how the colors are translated into grayscale. - View > Color/Grayscale > Grayscale
Alt, W, P, MMacros - View the list of macros, from which you can run, create, or delete a macro. - View > Macros
Alt, W, QZoom - Show the Zoom dialog box to specify the zoom level of the document. In most cases, you can also use the zoom controls in the status bar at the bottom of the window to quickly zoom the document. - View > Zoom
Alt, W, RRuler - View the rulers, used to measure and line up objects in the document. - View > Show > Ruler
Alt, W, SGuides - Show adjustable drawing guides to which you can align objects on the slide. - View > Show > Guides
Alt, W, TNotes Page - View the Notes Page to edit the speaker notes as they'll look when you print them out. - View > Presentation Views > Notes Page
Alt, W, VMove Split - Move the splitters which separate the different sections of the window. After clicking this button, use the arrow keys to move the splitters and then press Enter to return to the document. - View > Window > Move Split
Alt, W, WSwitch Windows - Switch to a different currently open window. - View > Window > Switch Windows
Alt, W, W, 11 Presentation1 - View > Window > Switch Windows > 1 Presentation1
Alt, W, XGrid Settings - Show the Grid and Guides dialog box. - View > Show > Grid Settings
Alt, W, Z, ZZoom - View > Zoom
Alt, YDrawing Tools
Alt, Y, J, DFormat - Drawing Tools > Format
Alt+F9Show or hide guides.
Alt+Shift+=Expand text below a heading.
Alt+Shift+1Show heading level 1.
Alt+Shift+Down-ArrowMove selected paragraphs down.
Alt+Shift+Left-ArrowPromote a paragraph
Alt+Shift+MinusCollapse text below a heading.
Alt+Shift+PlusExpand text below a heading.
Alt+Shift+Right-ArrowDemote a paragraph
Alt+Shift+Up-ArrowMove selected paragraphs up.
Ctrl+=Apply subscript formatting (automatic spacing).
Ctrl+ASelect all objects, slides or text.
Ctrl+Alt+VOpen Paste Special dialog box
Ctrl+BApply bold formatting
Ctrl+BackspaceDelete one word to the left.
Ctrl+CCopy selected object or text.
Ctrl+DDuplicate of an marked object.
Ctrl+DeleteDelete one word to the right.
Ctrl+Down-ArrowMove down one paragraph.
Ctrl+ECenter a paragraph
Ctrl+EndMove to the end of a text box.
Ctrl+EnterIn Microsoft Office PowerPoint, move to the next title or body text placeholder. If it is the last placeholder on a slide, this will insert a new slide with the same slide layout as the original slide.
Ctrl+FOpen the Find dialog box
Ctrl+F1Hide or show the Ribbon.
Ctrl+F5Broadcast the open presentation to a remote audience using the PowerPoint web application.
Ctrl+GGroup shapes, pictures, and WordArt objects.
Ctrl+HOpen the Replace dialog box
Ctrl+HomeMove to the beginning of a text box.
Ctrl+IApplies or removes italic formatting.
Ctrl+JJustify a paragraph
Ctrl+KInsert a hyperlink
Ctrl+LLeft align a paragraph.
Ctrl+Left-ArrowMove one word to the left.
Ctrl+MInsert a new slide.
Ctrl+NBuild a new presentation.
Ctrl+RRight align a paragraph.
Ctrl+Right-ArrowMove one word to the right.
Ctrl+Shift+,Decrease the font size of the selected text.
Ctrl+Shift+.Increase the font size of the selected text.
Ctrl+Shift+=Apply superscript formatting (automatic spacing).
Ctrl+Shift+BMove a selected item backward.
Ctrl+Shift+CCopy formatting only
Ctrl+Shift+DDuplicate of a selected slide.
Ctrl+Shift+FMove a selected item forward.
Ctrl+Shift+GUngroup shapes, pictures, and WordArt objects.
Ctrl+Shift+Left-ArrowSelect to the beginning of a word.
Ctrl+Shift+PChange the font or the font size.
Ctrl+Shift+Right-ArrowSelect to the end of a word.
Ctrl+Shift+SShow or hide a focused item.
Ctrl+Shift+TabSwitch between Slides and Outline tabs in the Outline and Slides pane in Normal view.
Ctrl+Shift+VPaste formatting only
Ctrl+SpacebarRemove manual character formatting, such as subscript and superscript.
Ctrl+TOpen the Font dialog box to change the formatting of characters.
Ctrl+UApply an underline
Ctrl+Up-ArrowMove up one paragraph.
Ctrl+VPaste cut or copied object or text.
Ctrl+XCut selected object or text.
Ctrl+YRedo the last action.
Ctrl+ZUndo the last action.
DeleteDelete one character to the right.
Down-ArrowMove one line down.
EndMove to the end of a line.
F1Open the Help window.
F5Start a presentation from the beginning.
F7Check the spelling of the text.
HomeMove to the beginning of a line.
Left-ArrowMove one character to the left.
Right-ArrowMove one character to the right.
Shift+Down-ArrowSelect one line down (with the cursor at the beginning of a line).
Shift+F3Change the case of letters between sentence, lowercase, or uppercase.
Shift+F4Repeat the last Find action
Shift+F5Start the presentation from the current slide.
Shift+F9Show or hide the grid.
Shift+Left-ArrowSelect one character to the left.
Shift+Right-ArrowSelect one character to the right.
Shift+Up-ArrowSelect one line up (with the cursor at the beginning of a line).
Up-ArrowMove one line up.

Never look up a shortcut again.

Anyone who uses Powerpoint knows how important it is to work as quickly as possible. However, constantly looking up shortcuts severely hurts your speed and efficiency. With KeyRocket, you’ll never have to look up another shortcut again. KeyRocket suggests relevant keyboard shortcuts with subtle notifications inside of Powerpoint. This allows you to learn new shortcuts without interrupting your workflow.

Gain access to all of Microsoft’s default shortcuts.

KeyRocket provides access to all of Microsoft’s default shortcuts in one single program. Already have some shortcut experience? KeyRocket allows you to control the amount of notifications you see based on your skill level.

Create custom shortcuts for frequently used actions.

Many of Powerpoint’s default shortcuts are overly long and complex. With KeyRocket, you can create your own custom keyboard shortcuts for any function. Reassign the default shortcuts to better suit your work habits and increase your efficiency.

 

 

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