Introducing The Most Useful Windows Shortcuts and Learning to Create Shortcuts
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Introducing The Most Useful Windows Shortcuts and Learning to Create Shortcuts

Introducing The Most Useful Windows Shortcuts and Learning to Create Shortcuts

Working with a computer and its complex activities is one of the daily challenges of users and they constantly complain about the low speed of some activities such as typing. Shortcuts are always the best option to get things done faster with a computer, and through them, you can reach the desired goal in Windows as quickly as possible. Here are 49 Windows shortcuts in Word and Google and the use of each. Stay in touch with the target store.

Create a shortcut key in Windows

Before we go over the Windows shortcuts as well as the shortcuts in Word and browser, let’s first learn how to enter your favorite shortcut key on the software. You can select the most useful programs that you open and close a lot, and then manually define a new shortcut key for it to run the program each time you use it.

Follow the steps below to create Windows shortcuts:

  • Right-click on the desired software or program.
  • In the menu that opens, look for the properties option and click on it.
  • In the new menu that opens, click on the shortcut tab.
  • From the available fields, click on the shortcut field.
  • Type your desired shortcut key and click Apply.

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Windows shortcuts

Computer-based activities and projects are often divided into different categories. In this article, we have divided the shortcut keys into different categories so that you can easily find the shortcut keys related to each activity and use them.

One of the main activities on the computer is typing, which is usually done with Windows Word. To be able to type faster in Windows, you need shortcuts in Word.

Ctrl + N Build a new page
A Ctrl + S Save fast
Ctrl + Z Go back
A Ctrl + C Copy text
Ctrl + V Paste the copied text
Ctrl + X Cut a piece of text
A Ctrl + F Search for posts
Ctrl + O Open a document
Ctrl + F4 Close the document
F12 Open the save as page
Ctrl + H Open the Replace page
Ctrl + alt + S Divide the text into two parts
A Ctrl + P Access print settings
Ctrl + shift + G View the number of words, paragraphs, and lines
Ctrl + A Select all content
A Ctrl + B Bold text
A Ctrl + I Put the text in Italic mode
Ctrl + U Put an underline below the text
Ctrl + Home Go to the beginning of the post
A Ctrl + End Go to the end of the post
Ctrl + mouse scroll wheel Zoom in and out
Ctrl + D Open the front window

Build a new page: Use the Ctrl + N key combination to open a new page in Word and start typing.

Quicksave: To save your post without pressing the File menu, press Ctrl + S to save your post wherever it is.

Going Back: If you make a mistake in the text or document, you can use the shortcut key Ctrl + Z to go back one step or actually undo.

Going Back: You can use the Ctrl + Y shortcut key to go forward or redo.

Copy text: You can use the Ctrl + C shortcut key to copy the selected text.

Paste copied text: After you have copied the text, you can paste or paste the copied text with the Ctrl + V key combination.

Cut part of the text: To be able to cut part of the text and then move it to another part, you can use the shortcut key Ctrl + X and then paste it elsewhere.

Search in posts: If you are looking for a specific word in the text, you can use the shortcut key Ctrl + F to search the text.

Open a document: You can use the Ctrl + O shortcut keys to open one of the available posts and documents.

Close the document: You can use Ctrl + F4 to close a document or post.

Open the save as page: Pressing the F12 shortcut key opens the save as page.

Open the replace page: Using the replace page, you can replace the word you want with other words in the text. You can use the shortcut keys Ctrl + H to do this.

Divide the text into two pages: Just press Ctrl + Alt + S to split your text into two pages.

Access print settings: You can access the print settings page with the shortcut keys Crtl + P.

The number of words, paragraphs, and lines: Press Ctrl + Shift + G to view written information such as word count, paragraph count, and line count.

Select all content: You can use the shortcut key Ctrl + A to select all content and text.

Bold text: To bold the text, just select it and use Ctrl + B.

Put text in Italic mode: Press Ctrl + I to put text in Italic mode.

Insert the line below text: Press Ctrl + U to place an underline below the text.

Go to the beginning of the post: Pressing Crtl + Home will take you to the beginning of the text or document.

Go to the end of the post: Use Ctrl + End to move to the end of the text. This will take you to the last place in the document.

Zoom in and out: To zoom in and out on a text or page, you can use the Ctrl + Mouse Scroll Wheel shortcut key.

Open the font window: You can use the shortcut key Ctrl + D to access the font settings.

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