•   Jan Mechtel
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Word Keyboard ShortcutsMicrosoft Word can be considered easy-to-use software. You type with your keyboard, you point your mouse and click, and that’s it. But did you know that you can save time and increase productivity by using keyboard shortcuts? Using a shortcut key is definitely the best way to make Word a more seamless and smooth experience, especially for beginners.

No one can question Microsoft Word’s credibility and solid reputation, because it has already established itself as one of the most important software applications for all of our word processing needs. The program has been with us through thick and thin, as we make projects, type school papers, and cram for deadlines. Truly, Microsoft Word is an essential.

There are a lot of keyboard shortcuts that you can use in Word, each having different functions. Getting a grasp of these shortcut keys can definitely make your life easier, your work faster and let you be more productive. If you are a habitual Word user or simply a beginner, you’re sure to benefit a lot just by making an effort to learn these shortcuts.

  1. Ctrl + A  – Select All

    Using the mouse to select all the content of your document can sometimes be a hassle. Thankfully you can just hold the Ctrl key and hit A–presto, all your content is now selected.

  2. Shift + Arrow Keys – Highlight word(s)

    Holding the Shift key and pressing the arrow keys easily lets you highlight short words.

  3. Ctrl + B – Bold highlighted word(s)

    Using the keyboard in bolding out a few words is easy. First, highlight a word, and hit Ctrl + B.

  4. Ctrl + I – Italicize highlighted word(s)

    Similar to the bold shortcut, holding Ctrl and hitting I will allow you to italicize any highlighted word.

  5. Ctrl + P – Opens the Print Window

    When you’re satisfied with your document and ready to print, simply use this shortcut to open the Print dialog box.

  6. Ctrl + C – Copy highlighted text

    Meet the better half of the ever famous Copy-Paste combo–Ctrl + C. Highlight a text and press the shortcut to copy.

  7. Ctrl + V – Paste copied text

    Presenting the other half of Copy-Paste combo–Ctrl + V. Use this shortcut whenever you’re ready to paste the copied text to your document.

  8. Ctrl + Z – Undo

    Each time you need to undo a certain action, simply hold Ctrl key and press Z.

  9. Ctrl + Shift + F – Opens the Font Dialog Box

    If you want to change your font style without having to use the mouse, holding the Ctrl and Shift keys then hitting F would open the font dialog box.

  10. Ctrl + Shift + G – Opens Word Count

    When you are done with your document and ready to check if it meets that 3000 word requirement, hold Ctrl and Shift, then press G.

Be productive and get the job done quickly and easily by using shortcut keys. KeyRocket helps you to do it ;)

17 Responses to “Top 10 Microsoft Word Keyboard Shortcuts for Beginners”

  1. arnel

    thnks for the information it helps me a lot . specially on my homewors ^_^ .

  2. Ralph

    I have pressed whatever wrong keys and now my computer will not type numbers. Pressing one to zero keys gives me: ă â ê ô ̀ ̉ ̃ ́ ̣ đ

    What keys must I press so that I can type number again. Thank you in advance.

    • Ronald Tan

      · Is it a USB keyboard? If yes, then try connecting the keyboard to different USB port and check if the issue still occurs. Let us know the results.

      Even try enabling numeric keypad and check if it helps, here are the steps:

      1. Open On-Screen Keyboard by clicking the Start button, clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking On-Screen Keyboard.

      2. Click Options, select the Numeric Keypad check box, and then click OK.

      Thanks and Regards:
      Samhrutha G S – Microsoft Support.
      Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

      I came across the above suggestions in one of the forums, i thought it might be helpful to resolve your issue.

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