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AltSelect the active tab of the Ribbon and activate the access keys. Press again to move back to the document and cancel the access keys.
Alt, F, ASave As
Alt, F, CClose
Alt, F, DSave & Send
Alt, F, HHelp
Alt, F, I, ICheck for Issues
Alt, F, I, PProtect Document
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, H, 1Bold - Make the selected text bold. - Home > Font > Bold
Alt, H, 2Applies or removes italic formatting. - Home > Font > Italic
Alt, H, 3, MMore Underlines - Home > Font > More Underlines
Alt, H, 3, UUnderline Color - Home > Font
Alt, H, 3, U, MMore Colors - More Underline Colors - Home > Font > More Colors
Alt, H, 4Strikethrough - Draw a line through the middle of the selected text. - Home > Font > Strikethrough
Alt, H, 5Subscript - Create small letters below the text baseline. - Home > Font > Subscript
Alt, H, 6Superscript - Create small letters above the line of text. - Home > Font > Superscript
Alt, H, 7Change Case - Change all the selected text to UPPERCASE, lowercase, or other common capitalizations. - Home > Font > Change Case
Alt, H, 8Show All - Show paragraph marks and other hidden formatting symbols. - Home > Paragraph > Show All
Alt, H, A, CCenter - Center text - Home > Paragraph > Center
Alt, H, A, IIncrease Indent - Increase the indent level of the paragraph. - 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 - Decreases the indent level of the paragraph. - Home > Paragraph > Decrease Indent
Alt, H, A, RAlign Right - Align text to the right. - Home > Paragraph > Align Right
Alt, H, B, AAll Borders - Home > Paragraph > Borders > All Borders
Alt, H, B, BBottom Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Bottom Border
Alt, H, B, DDraw Table - Draw the borders of a table. - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Draw Table
Alt, H, B, GView Gridlines - Show or hide the gridlines within the table. - Home > Paragraph > Borders > View Gridlines
Alt, H, B, HInside Horizontal Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Inside Horizontal Border
Alt, H, B, IInside Borders - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Inside Borders
Alt, H, B, LLeft Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Left Border
Alt, H, B, NNo Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > No Border
Alt, H, B, OBorders and Shading - Choose from various border options. - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Borders and Shading
Alt, H, B, PTop Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Top Border
Alt, H, B, RRight Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Right Border
Alt, H, B, SOutside Borders - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Outside Borders
Alt, H, B, UDiagonal Up Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Diagonal Up Border
Alt, H, B, VInside Vertical Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Inside Vertical Border
Alt, H, B, WDiagonal Down Border - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Diagonal Down Border
Alt, H, B, ZHorizontal Line - Insert a horizontal line. - Home > Paragraph > Borders > Horizontal Line
Alt, H, CCopy - Copy the selection and put it on the Clipboard. - 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, C, GGradient - Home > Font
Alt, H, F, C, G, MMore Gradients - More Text Fill Gradients. - Home > Font > More Gradients
Alt, H, F, C, MMore Colors - Home > Font > More Colors
Alt, H, F, D, AAdvanced Find - Find text in the document. - Home > Editing > Find > Advanced Find
Alt, H, F, D, FFind - Find text or other content in the document. - Home > Editing > Find > Find
Alt, H, F, D, GGo To - Navigate to a specific place in the document. Depending on the type of document, you can navigate to a specific page number, line number, footnote, table, comment, or other object. - Home > Editing > Find > Go To
Alt, H, F, FFont - Change the font face. - Home > Font
Alt, H, F, GGrow Font - Increase the font size. - Home > Font > Grow Font
Alt, H, F, KShrink Font - Decrease the font size. - Home > Font > Shrink Font
Alt, H, F, NFont - Show the Font dialog box. - Home > Font
Alt, H, F, OOpen the 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, F, T, G, GGlow Options - Text Glow Options - Home > Font > Text Effects > Glow Options
Alt, H, F, T, G, MMore Glow Colors - Home > Font > Text Effects > More Glow Colors
Alt, H, F, T, O, DDashes - Home > Font > Text Effects > Dashes
Alt, H, F, T, O, MMore Outline Colors - More Text Outline Colors. - Home > Font > Text Effects > More Outline Colors
Alt, H, F, T, O, WWeight - Home > Font > Text Effects
Alt, H, F, T, RReflection - Home > Font > Text Effects > Reflection
Alt, H, F, T, R, RReflection Options - Text Reflection Options - Home > Font > Text Effects > Reflection Options
Alt, H, F, T, SShadow - Home > Font > Text Effects > Shadow
Alt, H, F, T, S, SShadow Options - Text Shadow Options - Home > Font > Text Effects > Shadow Options
Alt, H, F, YStyles - Show the Styles window. - Home > Styles
Alt, H, G, CColors - Current: Office Change the colors for the current theme. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Colors
Alt, H, G, C, CCreate New Theme Colors. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Create New Theme Colors
Alt, H, G, FFonts - Current: Office Heading: Cambria Body: Calibri Change the fonts for the current theme. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Fonts
Alt, H, G, F, CCreate New Theme Fonts. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Create New Theme Fonts
Alt, H, G, PParagraph Spacing - Specify the paragraph spacing to use. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Paragraph Spacing
Alt, H, G, P, CCustom Paragraph Spacing - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Custom Paragraph Spacing
Alt, H, G, SSet as Default - Set the current style set and theme as the default used when you create a new document. The font, color, and effects from the theme are saved in the current document template. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Set as Default
Alt, H, G, Y, DReset Document Quick Styles. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Reset Document Quick Styles
Alt, H, G, Y, QSave as Quick Style Set. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Save as Quick Style Set
Alt, H, G, Y, RReset to Quick Styles from Template. - Home > Styles > Change Styles > Reset to Quick Styles from Template
Alt, H, HShading - Home > Paragraph > Shading
Alt, H, H, MMore Colors - More Shading Colors - Home > Paragraph > More Colors
Alt, H, IText Highlight Color - Home > Font > Text Highlight Color
Alt, H, I, SStop Highlighting - Home > Font > Stop Highlighting
Alt, H, KLine and Paragraph Spacing. - Change the spacing between lines of text. You can also customize the amount of space added before and after paragraphs. - Home > Paragraph > Line and Paragraph Spacing
Alt, H, L, AApply Styles - Open the Apply Styles window so that you can quickly type the name of the style you want to use, or select it from a simple list. - Home > Styles > Quick Styles > Apply Styles
Alt, H, L, CClear Formatting - Clear all the formatting from the selection, leaving only the plain text. - Home > Styles > Quick Styles > Clear Formatting
Alt, H, L, QSave Selection as a New Quick Style. - Create a new style based on formatting of the currently selected text and add it to the Quick Style set currently in use. - Home > Styles > Quick Styles > Save Selection as a New Quick Style
Alt, H, M, CChange List Level - Home > Paragraph > Multilevel List
Alt, H, M, DDefine New Multilevel List. - Home > Paragraph > Multilevel List > Define New Multilevel List
Alt, H, M, LDefine New List Style. - Home > Paragraph > Multilevel List > Define New List Style
Alt, H, N, CChange List Level - Home > Paragraph
Alt, H, N, DDefine New Number Format. - Home > Paragraph > Define New Number Format
Alt, H, N, VSet Numbering Value - Home > Paragraph > Set Numbering Value
Alt, H, P, GParagraph - Show the Paragraph dialog box. - Home > Paragraph
Alt, H, RReplace - Replace text in the document. - Home > Editing > Replace
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, PSelection Pane - Show the Selection Pane to help select individual objects and to change their order and visibility. - Home > Editing > Select > Selection Pane
Alt, H, S, L, SSelect All Text With Similar Formatting (No Data) - Home > Editing > Select > Select All Text With Similar Formatting (No Data)
Alt, H, S, OSort - Alphabetize the selected text or sort numerical data. - Home > Paragraph > Sort
Alt, H, U, CChange List Level - Home > Paragraph
Alt, H, U, DDefine New Bullet - Home > Paragraph > Define New Bullet
Alt, H, V, ASet Default Paste - Home > Clipboard > Paste > Set Default Paste
Alt, H, V, SPaste Special - Paste Special. (Alt+Ctrl+V) - Home > Clipboard > Paste > Paste Special
Alt, H, XCut - Cut the selection and put it on the Clipboard. - Home > Clipboard > Cut
Alt, M, AAddress Block - Add an address to your letter. You specify the formatting and location, and Word will replace it with actual addresses from your recipient list when you finish the mail merge. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Address Block
Alt, M, BUpdate Labels - If you are creating labels, update all the labels in the document to use information from the recipient list. For a mail merge to a printed letter or e-mail, this command is not necessary. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Update Labels
Alt, M, DEdit Recipient List - Make changes to the list of recipients and decide which of them should receive your letter. You can also sort, filter, find and remove duplicates, or validate addresses from the list. - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Edit Recipient List
Alt, M, EEnvelopes - Create and print envelopes. - Mailings > Create > Envelopes
Alt, M, FFinish & Merge - Complete the mail merge. You can create separate documents for each copy of the letter, send them all directly to the printer, or send them via e-mail. - Mailings > Finish > Finish & Merge
Alt, M, GGreeting Line - Add a greeting line such as "Dear <>." to your document. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Greeting Line
Alt, M, HHighlight Merge Fields - Highlight the fields you have inserted into the document. This makes it easy to see what part of your form letter will be replaced by information from the recipient list you have chosen. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Highlight Merge Fields
Alt, M, IInsert Merge Field - Add any field from your recipient list to the document, such as "Last Name," "Home Phone," "Company Name," or any other field. When you finish the mail merge, Word will replace these fields with the actual information from the recipient list. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Insert Merge Field
Alt, M, JFind Recipient - Find and preview a specific record in the recipient list by searching for text. - Mailings > Preview Results > Find Recipient
Alt, M, KAuto Check for Errors. - Specify how to handle errors that occur when completing the mail merge. You also have the option of simulating the mail merge to see if any errors would occur. - Mailings > Preview Results > Auto Check for Errors
Alt, M, LLabels - Create and print labels. You can select from a number of popular paper label styles and shapes. - Mailings > Create > Labels
Alt, M, MPrevious - Preview the previous record in the recipient list. - Mailings > Preview Results > Previous
Alt, M, PPreview Results - Replace the merge fields in your document with actual data from your recipient list so you can see what it looks like. - Mailings > Preview Results
Alt, M, QFirst - Preview the first record in the recipient list. - Mailings > Preview Results > First
Alt, M, R, EUse Existing List - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Select Recipients > Use Existing List
Alt, M, R, NType New List - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Select Recipients > Type New List
Alt, M, R, OSelect from Outlook Contacts. - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Select Recipients > Select from Outlook Contacts
Alt, M, S, ALabels - Label Options - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Labels
Alt, M, S, DDirectory - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Directory
Alt, M, S, EE-mail Messages - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > E-mail Messages
Alt, M, S, LLetters - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Letters
Alt, M, S, NNormal Word Document - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Normal Word Document
Alt, M, S, VEnvelopes - Envelope Options - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Envelopes
Alt, M, S, WStep by Step Mail Merge Wizard. - Mailings > Start Mail Merge > Step by Step Mail Merge Wizard
Alt, M, TMatch Fields - Match Fields allows you to tell Word the meaning of different fields in your recipient list. For example, you can indicate that your custom field "Home" is equivalent to normal built-in field "Home Phone." - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Match Fields
Alt, M, URules - Specify rules to add decision-making ability to the mail merge. For instance, you could use If…Then…Else to check the address of recipient and show a local phone number to recipients near you and an international phone number for recipients outside of your country. - Mailings > Write & Insert Fields > Rules
Alt, M, VLast - Preview the last record in the recipient list. - Mailings > Preview Results > Last
Alt, M, WRecord - Preview a specific record in the recipient list. - Mailings > Preview Results > Record
Alt, M, XNext - Preview the next record in the recipient list. - Mailings > Preview Results > Next
Alt, N, BPage Break - Start the next page at the current position. - Insert > Pages > Page Break
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, E, IInsert New Equation - Insert > Symbols > Insert New Equation
Alt, N, E, MMore Equations from Office.com. - Insert > Symbols
Alt, N, E, SSave Selection to Equation Gallery. - Insert > Symbols > Save Selection to Equation Gallery
Alt, N, FClip Art - Insert Clip Art into the document, including drawings, movies, sounds, or stock photography to illustrate a specific concept. - Insert > Illustrations > Clip Art
Alt, N, GSignature Line - Insert a signature line that specifies the individual who must sign. Inserting a digital signature requires that you obtain a digital ID, such as one from a certified Microsoft partner. - Insert > Text > Signature Line
Alt, N, G, AAdd Signature Services - Insert > Text > Signature Line > Add Signature Services
Alt, N, H, EEdit Header - Insert > Header & Footer > Header > Edit Header
Alt, N, H, MMore Headers from Office.com. - Insert > Header & Footer > Header
Alt, N, H, RRemove Header - Insert > Header & Footer > Header > Remove Header
Alt, N, H, SSave Selection to Header Gallery. - Insert > Header & Footer > Header > Save Selection to Header Gallery
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 OLE object into the document. - Insert > Text > Object
Alt, N, KBookmark - Create a bookmark to assign a name to a specific point in a document. You can make hyperlinks that jump directly to a bookmarked location. - Insert > Links > Bookmark
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, N, PBlank Page - Insert a new blank page at the cursor position. - Insert > Pages > Blank Page
Alt, N, N, U, BBottom of Page - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number > Bottom of Page
Alt, N, N, U, CCurrent Position - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number > Current Position
Alt, N, N, U, FFormat Page Numbers - Change the format of page numbering used in the header or footer. - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number > Format Page Numbers
Alt, N, N, U, PPage Margins - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number > Page Margins
Alt, N, N, U, RRemove Page Numbers - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number > Remove Page Numbers
Alt, N, N, U, TTop of Page - Insert > Header & Footer > Page Number
Alt, N, O, EEdit Footer - Insert > Header & Footer > Footer > Edit Footer
Alt, N, O, MMore Footers from Office.com. - Insert > Header & Footer > Footer
Alt, N, O, RRemove Footer - Insert > Header & Footer > Footer > Remove Footer
Alt, N, O, SSave Selection to Footer Gallery. - Insert > Header & Footer > Footer > Save Selection to Footer Gallery
Alt, N, PPicture - Insert a picture from a file. - Insert > Illustrations > Picture
Alt, N, Q, AAutoText - Insert > Text > Quick Parts
Alt, N, Q, BBuilding Blocks Organizer - Insert > Text > Quick Parts > Building Blocks Organizer
Alt, N, Q, DDocument Property - Insert > Text > Quick Parts > Document Property
Alt, N, Q, FField - Insert a field - Insert > Text > Quick Parts > Field
Alt, N, Q, SSave Selection to Quick Part Gallery. - Insert > Text > Quick Parts > Save Selection to Quick Part Gallery
Alt, N, R, CDrop Cap - Create a large capital letter at the beginning of a paragraph. - Insert > Text > Drop Cap
Alt, N, R, FCross-reference - Refer to items such as headings, figures, and tables by inserting a cross reference such as, "See Table 6 below" or "Turn to page 8." Cross references are automatically updated if the content is moved to another location. By default, cross references are inserted as hyperlinks. - Insert > Links > Cross-reference
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 > Illustrations > Screenshot
Alt, N, S, C, CScreen Clipping - Insert a picture of part of the screen into the file. - Insert > Illustrations > 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, 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, TQuick Tables - Insert > Tables > Table
Alt, N, T, VConvert Text to Table. - Separate the contents of one Excel cell into separate columns. For example, you can separate a column of full names into separate first and last name columns. In Word, use this feature to convert the selected text into a table, splitting the text into columns at each comma, period, or other character you specify. - Insert > Tables > Table > Convert Text to Table
Alt, N, T, XExcel Spreadsheet - Insert Microsoft Excel Worksheet. - Insert > Tables > Table > Excel Spreadsheet
Alt, N, USymbol - Insert symbols that are not on your keyboard, such as copyright symbols, trademark symbols, paragraph marks, and Unicode characters. - Insert > Symbols > Symbol
Alt, N, U, MMore Symbols - Insert Symbol - Insert > Symbols > Symbol > More Symbols
Alt, N, V, MMore Cover Pages from Office.com. - Insert > Pages > Cover Page
Alt, N, V, RRemove Current Cover Page. - Insert > Pages > Cover Page > Remove Current Cover Page
Alt, N, V, SSave Selection to Cover Page Gallery. - Insert > Pages > Cover Page > Save Selection to Cover Page Gallery
Alt, N, WWordArt - Insert decorative text in your document. - Insert > Text > WordArt
Alt, N, X, DDraw Text Box - Insert a text box into the document, or add text to the selected shape. - Insert > Text > Text Box > Draw Text Box
Alt, N, X, MMore Text Boxes from Office.com. - Insert > Text > Text Box
Alt, N, X, SSave Selection to Text Box Gallery. - Insert > Text > Text Box > Save Selection to Text Box Gallery
Alt, P, A, A, AAlign to Margin - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align to Margin
Alt, P, A, A, BAlign Bottom - Align Objects Bottom - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Bottom
Alt, P, A, A, CAlign Center - Align Objects Center - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Center
Alt, P, A, A, GGrid Settings - Show the Grid and Guides dialog box. - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Grid Settings
Alt, P, A, A, HDistribute Horizontally - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Distribute Horizontally
Alt, P, A, A, LAlign Left - Align Objects Left - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Left
Alt, P, A, A, MAlign Middle - Align Objects Middle - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Middle
Alt, P, A, A, OAlign Selected Objects - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Selected Objects
Alt, P, A, A, PAlign to Page - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align to Page
Alt, P, A, A, RAlign Right - Align Objects Right - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Right
Alt, P, A, A, SView Gridlines - Turn on gridlines to which you can align objects in the document. - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > View Gridlines
Alt, P, A, A, TAlign Top - Align Objects Top - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Align Top
Alt, P, A, A, VDistribute Vertically - Page Layout > Arrange > Align > Distribute Vertically
Alt, P, A, ESend Backward - Send the selected object back one level or to the back of all objects. - Page Layout > Arrange > Send Backward
Alt, P, A, FBring Forward - Bring the selected object forward one level or to the front of all objects. - Page Layout > Arrange > Bring Forward
Alt, P, A, GGroup - Group objects together so that they can be treated like a single object. - Page Layout > Arrange > Group
Alt, P, A, PSelection Pane - Show the Selection Pane to help select individual objects and to change their order and visibility. - Page Layout > Arrange > Selection Pane
Alt, P, A, YRotate - Rotate or flip the selected object. - Page Layout > Arrange > Rotate
Alt, P, BBreaks - Add page, section, or column breaks to the document. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Breaks
Alt, P, H, HHyphenation Options - Change the hyphenation behavior of the selected text. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Hyphenation > Hyphenation Options
Alt, P, H, MManual - Hyphenation Manual - Page Layout > Page Setup > Hyphenation > Manual
Alt, P, H, NNone - Turns off Automatic Hyphenation. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Hyphenation > None
Alt, P, H, UAutomatic - Turns on Automatic Hyphenation. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Hyphenation > Automatic
Alt, P, I, LIndent Left - Move in the left side of the paragraph by a certain amount. To change the margins for the whole document, click the Margins button.
Alt, P, I, RIndent Right - Move in the right side of the paragraph by a certain amount. To change the margins for the whole document, click the Margins button.
Alt, P, JColumns - Split text into two or more columns. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Columns
Alt, P, J, CMore Columns - Show the Columns dialog box to customize column widths. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Columns > More Columns
Alt, P, L, N, CContinuous - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > Continuous
Alt, P, L, N, ERestart Each Section - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > Restart Each Section
Alt, P, L, N, LLine Numbering Options - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > Line Numbering Options
Alt, P, L, N, NNone - No Line Numbers - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > None
Alt, P, L, N, RRestart Each Page - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > Restart Each Page
Alt, P, L, N, SSuppress for Current Paragraph. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Line Numbers > Suppress for Current Paragraph
Alt, P, MMargins - Select the margin sizes for the entire document or the current section. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Margins
Alt, P, M, ACustom Margins - Page Layout > Page Setup > Margins > Custom Margins
Alt, P, OOrientation - Switch the pages between portrait and landscape layouts. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Orientation
Alt, P, P, BPage Borders - Add or change the border around the page. - Page Layout > Page Background > Page Borders
Alt, P, P, C, FFill Effects - Page Layout > Page Background > Page Color > Fill Effects
Alt, P, P, C, MMore Colors - More Background Colors - Page Layout > Page Background > Page Color > More Colors
Alt, P, P, GParagraph - Show the Paragraph dialog box. - Page Layout > Paragraph
Alt, P, P, OPosition - Position the selected object on the page. Text is automatically set to wrap around the object. - Page Layout > Arrange > Position
Alt, P, P, W, MMore Watermarks from Office.com. - Page Layout > Page Background > Watermark
Alt, P, P, W, RRemove Watermark - Page Layout > Page Background > Watermark > Remove Watermark
Alt, P, P, W, SSave Selection to Watermark Gallery. - Page Layout > Page Background > Watermark > Save Selection to Watermark Gallery
Alt, P, P, W, WCustom Watermark - Page Layout > Page Background > Watermark > Custom Watermark
Alt, P, S, ASpacing After - Change the spacing between paragraphs by adding space below the selected paragraphs.
Alt, P, S, BSpacing Before - Change the spacing between paragraphs by adding space above the selected paragraphs.
Alt, P, S, PPage Setup - Show the Page Setup dialog box. - Page Layout > Page Setup
Alt, P, S, ZSize - Choose a paper size for the current section. To apply a specific paper size to all sections in the document, click More Paper Sizes. - Page Layout > Page Setup > Size
Alt, P, T, CColors - Current: Office Change the colors for the current theme. - Page Layout > Themes > Colors
Alt, P, T, C, CCreate New Theme Colors. - Page Layout > Themes > Colors > Create New Theme Colors
Alt, P, T, EEffects - Current: Office Change the effects for the current theme. - Page Layout > Themes > Effects
Alt, P, T, FFonts - Current: Office Heading: Cambria Body: Calibri Change the fonts for the current theme. - Page Layout > Themes > Fonts
Alt, P, T, F, CCreate New Theme Fonts. - Page Layout > Themes > Fonts > Create New Theme Fonts
Alt, P, T, H, ASave Current Theme - Page Layout > Themes > Save Current Theme
Alt, P, T, H, BBrowse for Themes - Page Layout > Themes > Browse for Themes
Alt, P, T, H, RReset to Theme from Template. - Page Layout > Themes > Reset to Theme from Template
Alt, P, T, WWrap Text - Change the way text wraps around the selected object. To configure the object so that it moves along with the text around it, select "In Line With Text." - Page Layout > Arrange > Wrap Text
Alt, P, YSpacing
Alt, R, A, AAccept All Changes Shown. - Review > Changes > Accept > Accept All Changes Shown
Alt, R, A, CAccept Change - Review > Changes > Accept > Accept Change
Alt, R, A, DAccept All Changes in Document. - Review > Changes > Accept > Accept All Changes in Document
Alt, R, A, MAccept and Move to Next. - Accept the current change and move to the next proposed change. Click the arrow to accept many changes at once. - Review > Changes > Accept > Accept and Move to Next
Alt, R, CNew Comment - Add a comment about the selection. - Review > Comments > New Comment
Alt, R, D, ADelete All Comments Shown. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete All Comments Shown
Alt, R, D, DDelete - Delete the selected comment. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete
Alt, R, D, ODelete All Comments in Document. - Review > Comments > Delete > Delete All Comments in Document
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 > Changes > Previous
Alt, R, G, GTrack Changes - Track all changes made to the document, including insertions, deletions, and formatting changes. - Review > Tracking > Track Changes > Track Changes
Alt, R, G, OChange Tracking Options - Review > Tracking > Track Changes > Change Tracking Options
Alt, R, G, UChange User Name - Review > Tracking > Track Changes > Change User Name
Alt, R, HNext - Navigate to the next revision in the document so that you can accept or reject it. - Review > Changes > Next
Alt, R, J, AReject All Changes Shown. - Review > Changes > Reject > Reject All Changes Shown
Alt, R, J, DReject All Changes in Document. - Review > Changes > Reject > Reject All Changes in Document
Alt, R, J, MReject and Move to Next. - Reject the current change and move to the next proposed change. Click the arrow to reject many changes at once. - Review > Changes > Reject > Reject and Move to Next
Alt, R, J, RReject Change - Review > Changes > Reject > Reject Change
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, L, TTranslate Document - Send this item over the Internet to a machine translation service. - Review > Language > Translate > Translate Document
Alt, R, M, CCompare - Compare two versions of a document (legal blackline). - Review > Compare > Compare
Alt, R, M, MCombine - Combine revisions from multiple authors into a single document. - Review > Compare > Combine
Alt, R, M, SShow Source Documents - Choose which source documents to show. You can show the original document, the revised document, or both. - Review > Compare
Alt, R, NNext - Navigate to the next comment in the document. - Review > Comments > Next
Alt, R, P, BBlock Authors - Review > Protect > Block Authors
Alt, R, P, ERestrict Editing - Restrict how people edit or format specific parts of the document. You can prevent formatting changes, force all changes to be tracked, or only enable commenting. - Review > Protect > Restrict Editing
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 & Grammar - Check the spelling and grammar of text in the document. - Review > Proofing > Spelling & Grammar
Alt, R, T, DDisplay for Review - Choose how to view the proposed changes to the document. Final shows the document with all proposed changes included; Original shows the document before any changes were made. The markup shows what changes have been proposed. - Review > Tracking > Display for Review
Alt, R, T, M, BBalloons - Choose how to show revisions to the document. You can show revisions as balloons in the margins of the document or show them directly within the document itself. - Review > Tracking > Show Markup
Alt, R, T, M, CComments - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Comments
Alt, R, T, M, FFormatting - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Formatting
Alt, R, T, M, HMarkup Area Highlight - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Markup Area Highlight
Alt, R, T, M, IInsertions and Deletions - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Insertions and Deletions
Alt, R, T, M, KInk - Show Ink - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Ink
Alt, R, T, M, OOther Authors - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Other Authors
Alt, R, T, M, RReviewers - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Reviewers
Alt, R, T, M, UHighlight Updates - Review > Tracking > Show Markup > Highlight Updates
Alt, R, T, P, HReviewing Pane Horizontal - Review > Tracking > Reviewing Pane > Reviewing Pane Horizontal
Alt, R, T, P, VReviewing Pane Vertical - Review > Tracking > Reviewing Pane > Reviewing Pane Vertical
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, WWord Count - Find out the number of words, characters, paragraphs, and lines in the document. You can also find the word count in the status bar at the bottom of the window. - Review > Proofing > Word Count
Alt, S, AAdd Text - Add the current paragraph as an entry in the Table of Contents. - References > Table of Contents > Add Text
Alt, S, B, BInsert Bibliography - Add a bibliography, which lists all the sources cited in the document. - References > Citations & Bibliography > Bibliography > Insert Bibliography
Alt, S, B, SSave Selection to Bibliography Gallery. - References > Citations & Bibliography > Bibliography > Save Selection to Bibliography Gallery
Alt, S, C, PAdd New Placeholder - References > Citations & Bibliography > Insert Citation > Add New Placeholder
Alt, S, C, SAdd New Source - References > Citations & Bibliography > Insert Citation > Add New Source
Alt, S, DUpdate Index - Update the index so that all the entries refer to the correct page number. - References > Index > Update Index
Alt, S, EInsert Endnote - Add an endnote to the document. Endnotes are placed at the end of the document. - References > Footnotes > Insert Endnote
Alt, S, FInsert Footnote - Add a footnote to the document. Footnotes are automatically renumbered as you move text around the document. - References > Footnotes > Insert Footnote
Alt, S, GInsert Table of Figures. - Insert a Table of Figures into the document. A Table of Figures includes a list of all of the figures, tables, or equations in the document. - References > Captions > Insert Table of Figures
Alt, S, HShow Notes - Scroll the document to show where the footnotes or endnotes are located. - References > Footnotes > Show Notes
Alt, S, IMark Citation - Add the selected text as an entry in the Table of Authorities. - References > Table of Authorities > Mark Citation
Alt, S, LStyle - Choose the style of citation to use in the document. Popular choices include APA Style, Chicago Style, and MLA Style. - References > Citations & Bibliography > Style
Alt, S, MManage Sources - View the list of all the sources cited in the document. - References > Citations & Bibliography > Manage Sources
Alt, S, NMark Entry - Include the selected text in the index of the document. - References > Index > Mark Entry
Alt, S, O, NNext Footnote - Navigate to the next footnote in the document. Click the arrow to navigate to the previous footnote in the document, or to navigate to the next or previous endnote. - References > Footnotes > Next Footnote > Next Footnote
Alt, S, O, PPrevious Footnote - References > Footnotes > Next Footnote > Previous Footnote
Alt, S, O, VPrevious Endnote - References > Footnotes > Next Footnote > Previous Endnote
Alt, S, O, XNext Endnote - References > Footnotes > Next Footnote > Next Endnote
Alt, S, PInsert Caption - Add a caption to a picture or other image. A caption is a line of text that appears below an object to describe it. For example: "Figure 7: Common Weather Patterns." - References > Captions > Insert Caption
Alt, S, QFootnote and Endnote Dialog. - Show the Footnote and Endnote dialog box. - References > Footnotes > Footnote and Endnote Dialog
Alt, S, R, FCross-reference - Refer to items such as headings, figures, and tables by inserting a cross reference such as, "See Table 6 below" or "Turn to page 8." Cross references are automatically updated if the content is moved to another location. By default, cross references are inserted as hyperlinks. - References > Captions > Cross-reference
Alt, S, R, TInsert Table of Authorities. - Insert a Table Of Authorities into the document. A Table of Authorities lists the cases, statutes, and other authorities cited in the document. - References > Table of Authorities > Insert Table of Authorities
Alt, S, R, UUpdate Table - Update the Table of Authorities to include all of the citations in the document. - References > Table of Authorities > Update Table
Alt, S, T, IInsert Table of Contents. - References > Table of Contents > Insert Table of Contents
Alt, S, T, MMore Table of Contents from Office.com. - References > Table of Contents
Alt, S, T, RRemove Table of Contents. - References > Table of Contents > Remove Table of Contents
Alt, S, T, SSave Selection to Table of Contents Gallery. - References > Table of Contents > Save Selection to Table of Contents Gallery
Alt, S, UUpdate Table - Update the Table of Contents so that all the entries refer to the correct page number. - References > Table of Contents > Update Table
Alt, S, VUpdate Table - Update the Table of Figures to include all of the entries in the document. - References > Captions > Update Table
Alt, S, XInsert Index - Insert an index into the document. An index is a list of keywords found in the document along with the page numbers the words appear on. - References > Index > Insert Index
Alt, W, 1One Page - Zoom the document so that an entire page fits in the window. - View > Zoom > One Page
Alt, W, 2Two Pages - Zoom the document so that two pages fit in the window. - View > Zoom > Two Pages
Alt, W, AArrange All - Tile all open program windows side-by-side on the screen. - View > Window > Arrange All
Alt, W, BView Side by Side. - View two documents side-by-side so that you can compare their contents. - View > Window > View Side by Side
Alt, W, EDraft - View the document as a draft to quickly edit the text. Certain elements of the document such as headers and footers will not be visible in this view. - View > Document Views > Draft
Alt, W, FFull Screen Reading - View the document in full screen Reading View in order to maximize the space available for reading or commenting on the document. - View > Document Views > Full Screen Reading
Alt, W, GGridlines - Turn on gridlines to which you can align objects in the document. - View > Show > Gridlines
Alt, W, IPage Width - Zoom the document so that the width of the page matches the width of the window. - View > Zoom > Page Width
Alt, W, J100% - Zoom the document to 100% of the normal size. - View > Zoom > 100%
Alt, W, KNavigation Pane - Open the Navigation Pane, which allows you to navigate through the document by heading, by page, or by searching for text or objects. - View > Show > Navigation Pane
Alt, W, LWeb Layout - View the document as it would look as a Web page. - View > Document Views > Web Layout
Alt, W, M, PPause Recording - Pause the macro recorder. - View > Macros > Pause Recording
Alt, W, M, RRecord Macro - Start or stop recording a macro. - View > Macros > Record Macro
Alt, W, M, VView Macros - View the list of macros, from which you can run, create, or delete a macro. - View > Macros > View Macros
Alt, W, NNew Window - Open a new window containing a view of the current document. - View > Window > New Window
Alt, W, PPrint Layout - View the document as it will appear on the printed page. - View > Document Views > Print Layout
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, SSplit - Split the current window into two parts so that you can view different sections of the document at the same time. - View > Window > Split
Alt, W, TReset Window Position - Reset the window position of the documents being compared side-by-side so that they share the screen equally. To enable this feature, turn on View Side by Side. - View > Window > Reset Window Position
Alt, W, UOutline - View the document as an outline and show the outlining tools. - View > Document Views > Outline
Alt, W, V, SSynchronous Scrolling - Synchronize the scrolling of two documents so that they scroll together. To enable this feature, turn on View Side by Side. - View > Window > Synchronous Scrolling
Alt, W, WSwitch Windows - Switch to a different currently open window. - View > Window > Switch Windows
Alt, W, W, 11 Document1 - View > Window > Switch Windows > 1 Document1
Alt, W, Z, ZZoom - View > Zoom
Alt+Alt + The character code. Insert the ANSI character for the specified ANSI (decimal) character code. For example, to insert the euro currency symbol, hold down ALT and press 0128 on the numeric keypad.
Alt+5-NumblockSelect an entire table.
Alt+Down-ArrowOpen a selected drop-down list.
Alt+EndTo the last cell in a row
Alt+F1Go to the next field.
Alt+F10Display the Selection and Visibility task pane.
Alt+F11Display Microsoft Visual Basic code.
Alt+F3When text or an object is selected, open the Create New Building Block dialog box.
Alt+F4Exit Word 2010.
Alt+F5Restore the size of the active window after you maximize it.
Alt+F6Move from an open dialog box back to the document, for dialog boxes that support this behavior.
Alt+F7Find the next misspelling or grammatical error.
Alt+F8Run a macro.
Alt+F9Switch between all field codes and their results.
Alt+HomeTo the first cell in a row
Alt+IOpen the Look in list.
Alt+Left-ArrowGo back one page.
Alt+Page-DownTo the last cell in a column
Alt+Page-UpTo the first cell in a column
Alt+PrintCopy a picture of the selected window to the Clipboard.
Alt+Right-ArrowGo forward one page.
Alt+ShiftSwitch between languages or keyboard layouts.
Alt+Shift+Show all headings up to Heading n.
Alt+Shift+1Show all headings with the Heading 1 style.
Alt+Shift+AExpand or collapse all text or headings.
Alt+Shift+CRemove the document window split. Close the Reviewing Pane if it is open.
Alt+Shift+DInsert a DATE field.
Alt+Shift+Down-ArrowMove selected paragraphs down. Table: Row down
Alt+Shift+EEdit a mail-merge data document.
Alt+Shift+FInsert a merge field.
Alt+Shift+F1Go to the previous field.
Alt+Shift+F10Display the menu or message for an available action or for the AutoCorrect Options button or the Paste options button. If more than one action is present, switch to the next action and display its menu or message.
Alt+Shift+F12Choose Table of Contents button in the Table of Contents container when the container is active.
Alt+Shift+F2Choose the Save command.
Alt+Shift+F7Display the Research task pane.
Alt+Shift+F9Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results.
Alt+Shift+IMark a table of authorities entry (citation).
Alt+Shift+KPreview a mail merge.
Alt+Shift+LShow the first line of body text or all body text.
Alt+Shift+Left-ArrowPromote a paragraph.
Alt+Shift+MPrint the merged document.
Alt+Shift+MinusCollapse text under a heading.
Alt+Shift+NMerge a document (Mailings)
Alt+Shift+OMark a table of contents entry.
Alt+Shift+PInsert a PAGE field.
Alt+Shift+Page-DownPress SHIFT+ALT+PAGE DOWN to select the column from top to bottom.
Alt+Shift+Page-UpPress SHIFT+ALT+PAGE UP to select the column from bottom to top.
Alt+Shift+PlusExpand text under a heading.
Alt+Shift+RCopy the header or footer used in the previous section of the document.
Alt+Shift+Right-ArrowDemote a paragraph.
Alt+Shift+TInsert a TIME field.
Alt+Shift+TabSwitch to the previous window.
Alt+Shift+Up-ArrowMove selected paragraphs up.
Alt+Shift+XMark an index entry.
Alt+TabSwitch to the next window.
Alt+XFind out the Unicode character code for the selected character
BackspaceDelete one character to the left.
Ctrl+[Decrease font size 1 point.
Ctrl+]Increase font size 1 point.
Ctrl+=Apply subscript formatting (automatic spacing).
Ctrl+0Add or remove one line space preceding a paragraph.
Ctrl+1Single-space lines.
Ctrl+2Double-space lines.
Ctrl+5Set 1.5-line spacing.
Ctrl+AExtend a selection to include the entire document.
Ctrl+Alt+.An ellipsis
Ctrl+Alt+1Apply the Heading 1 style.
Ctrl+Alt+2Apply the Heading 2 style.
Ctrl+Alt+3Apply the Heading 3 style.
Ctrl+Alt+CThe copyright symbol
Ctrl+Alt+DInsert an endnote.
Ctrl+Alt+FInsert a footnote.
Ctrl+Alt+F1Display Microsoft System Information.
Ctrl+Alt+F2Choose the Open command.
Ctrl+Alt+HomeOpen a list of browse options. Press the arrow keys to select an option, and then press ENTER to browse through a document by using the selected option.
Ctrl+Alt+ISwitch to print preview.
Ctrl+Alt+KStart AutoFormat.
Ctrl+Alt+LDoes not work as described by Microsoft. Insert a LISTNUM field.
Ctrl+Alt+MInsert a comment.
Ctrl+Alt+Minus-NumblockAn em dash
Ctrl+Alt+NSwitch to Draft view.
Ctrl+Alt+OSwitch to Outline view.
Ctrl+Alt+PSwitch to Print Layout view.
Ctrl+Alt+Page-DownTo the end of the window
Ctrl+Alt+Page-UpTo the top of the window
Ctrl+Alt+RThe registered trademark symbol
Ctrl+Alt+SSplit the document window. Remove the document window split.
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Page-DownExtend a selection to the end of a window.
Ctrl+Alt+Shift+SOpen Styles task pane.
Ctrl+Alt+TThe trademark symbol
Ctrl+Alt+VPaste special ie, paste text without formatting
Ctrl+Alt+YRepeat find (after closing Find and Replace window).
Ctrl+Alt+ZSwitch between the last four places that you have edited.
Ctrl+BApplies or removes bold formatting.
Ctrl+BackspaceDelete one word to the left.
Ctrl+CCopy selected text or graphics to the Office Clipboard.
Ctrl+DOpen the Font dialog box to change the formatting of characters.
Ctrl+DeleteDelete one word to the right.
Ctrl+Down-ArrowOne paragraph down
Ctrl+ESwitch a paragraph between centered and left-aligned.
Ctrl+EndTo the end of a document
Ctrl+EnterA page break
Ctrl+FOpen the Navigation task pane (to search document).
Ctrl+F1Expand or collapse the Ribbon.
Ctrl+F10Maximize or restore a selected window.
Ctrl+F11Lock a field.
Ctrl+F12Display the Open dialog box.
Ctrl+F2Choose the Print Preview command.
Ctrl+F3Cut to the Spike.
Ctrl+F4Close the active window.
Ctrl+F6When more than one window is open, switch to the next window.
Ctrl+F9Insert an empty field.
Ctrl+GGo to a page, bookmark, footnote, table, comment, graphic, or other location.
Ctrl+HReplace text, specific formatting, and special items.
Ctrl+IApplies or removes italic formatting.
Ctrl+JSwitch a paragraph between justified and left-aligned.
Ctrl+KInsert a hyperlink.
Ctrl+LLeft align a paragraph.
Ctrl+Left-ArrowOne word to the left
Ctrl+MIndent a paragraph from the left.
Ctrl+MinusAn optional hyphen
Ctrl+Minus-NumblockAn en dash
Ctrl+NCreate a new document.
Ctrl+OOpen a document.
Ctrl+PPrint a document.
Ctrl+Page-DownTo the top of the next page
Ctrl+Page-UpTo the top of the previous page
Ctrl+QRemove paragraph formatting.
Ctrl+RSwitch a paragraph between right-aligned and left-aligned.
Ctrl+Right-ArrowOne word to the right
Ctrl+SSave a document.
Ctrl+Shift+,Decrease the font size.
Ctrl+Shift+>Increase the font size.
Ctrl+Shift+8Display nonprinting characters.
Ctrl+Shift+AFormat all letters as capitals.
Ctrl+Shift+CCopy formatting from text. Then press CTRL+SHIFT+V to paste the formating.
Ctrl+Shift+DDouble-underline text.
Ctrl+Shift+Down-ArrowExtend a selection to the end of a paragraph.
Ctrl+Shift+ETurn change tracking on or off.
Ctrl+Shift+EndExtend a selection to the end of a document.
Ctrl+Shift+EnterA column break
Ctrl+Shift+FOpen the Font dialog box to change the font.
Ctrl+Shift+F11Unlock a field.
Ctrl+Shift+F12Choose the Print command.
Ctrl+Shift+F3Paste the Spike contents.
Ctrl+Shift+F5Edit a bookmark.
Ctrl+Shift+F6Switch to the previous window.
Ctrl+Shift+F7Update linked information in a Microsoft Word source document.
Ctrl+Shift+F8Select a vertical block of text. CTRL+SHIFT+F8, and then use the arrow keys; press ESC to cancel selection mode
Ctrl+Shift+F9Unlink a field.
Ctrl+Shift+GOpen the Word Count dialog box.
Ctrl+Shift+HApply hidden text formatting.
Ctrl+Shift+HomeExtend a selection to the beginning of a document.
Ctrl+Shift+KFormat letters as small capitals.
Ctrl+Shift+Left-ArrowSelect or unselect one word to the left.
Ctrl+Shift+MRemove a paragraph indent from the left.
Ctrl+Shift+MinusA nonbreaking hyphen
Ctrl+Shift+NApply the Normal style. Demote to body text in outline view.
Ctrl+Shift+PlusApply superscript formatting (automatic spacing).
Ctrl+Shift+QChange the selection to the Symbol font.
Ctrl+Shift+Right-ArrowExtend a selection to the end of a word.
Ctrl+Shift+SOpen Apply Styles task pane.
Ctrl+Shift+SpacebarA nonbreaking space
Ctrl+Shift+TReduce a hanging indent.
Ctrl+Shift+TabSwitch to the previous tab in a dialog box.
Ctrl+Shift+Up-ArrowExtend a selection to the beginning of a paragraph.
Ctrl+Shift+VApply copied formatting to text.
Ctrl+Shift+WUnderline words but not spaces.
Ctrl+SpacebarRemove manual character formatting.
Ctrl+TCreate a hanging indent.
Ctrl+TabInsert a tab character (in a cell or outline view).
Ctrl+UApplies or removes underlining.
Ctrl+Up-ArrowOne paragraph up
Ctrl+VPaste the most recent addition or pasted item from the Office Clipboard.
Ctrl+WClose the active window.
Ctrl+XCut selected text or graphics to the Office Clipboard.
Ctrl+YRedo or repeat an action.
Ctrl+ZUndo an action.
DeleteDelete one character to the right.
Down-ArrowDown one line
EndTo the end of a line
EnterRun the selected command.
EscCancel an action.
F1Get help on the selected command or control on the Ribbon. (If no Help topic is associated with the selected command, a general Help topic about the program is shown instead.)
F10Select the active tab of the Ribbon and activate the access keys. Press again to move back to the document and cancel the access keys.
F11Go to the next field.
F12Display the Save As dialog box.
F2Move text or graphics once. F2 (then move the cursor and press ENTER)
F4Open the Look in list.
F5Choose the Go To command (Home tab).
F6Move to a task pane from another pane in the program window (clockwise direction). You may need to press F6 more than once.
F7Choose the Spelling command (Review tab).
F8Increase the size of a selection. F8 (press once to select a word, twice to select a sentence, and so on)
F9Update selected fields and refresh
HomeTo the beginning of a line
Left-ArrowOne character to the left
Page-DownDown one screen (scrolling)
Page-UpUp one screen (scrolling)
PrintCopy a picture of the screen to the Clipboard.
Right-ArrowOne character to the right
Shift+Down-ArrowExtend a selection one line down.
Shift+EndExtend a selection to the end of a line.
Shift+EnterA line break
Shift+F1Review text formatting. SHIFT+F1 (then click the text with the formatting you want to review)
Shift+F10Display the shortcut menu for the selected item.
Shift+F11Go to the previous field.
Shift+F12Choose the Save command.
Shift+F2Copy text or graphics once. SHIFT+F2 (then move the cursor and press ENTER)
Shift+F3Change the case of letters.
Shift+F4Repeat a Find or Go To action.
Shift+F5After opening a document, to the location you were working in when the document was last closed
Shift+F6Move to a task pane from another pane in the program window (counterclockwise direction).
Shift+F8Reduce the size of a selection.
Shift+F9Switch between a selected field code and its result.
Shift+HomeExtend a selection to the beginning of a line.
Shift+Left-ArrowExtend a selection one character to the left.
Shift+Page-DownExtend a selection one screen down.
Shift+Page-UpExtend a selection one screen up.
Shift+Right-ArrowExtend a selection one character to the right.
Shift+TabMove to the previous option or option group.
Shift+Up-ArrowExtend a selection one line up.
SpacebarPerform the action assigned to the selected button; select or clear the selected check box.
TabMove to the next option or option group.
Up-ArrowUp one line
Win+CDisplay a list of correction alternatives.
Win+HTurn handwriting on or off.
/-NumblockHide or display character formatting.
, EnterGo to page n.

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