In part 1 , part 2 and part 3 of this series, we covered some of the keyboard shortcut links for Microsoft Word and we’ve still got plenty more to tell you about. Someone pointed out in a comment that no one could possible memorize all of these keyboard shortcuts and that’s true. The idea is to find the shortcuts that apply to the type of documents you work on and learn them. The reason I’m giving you the complete list instead of just picking our five or ten is that then people would ask, “Well what about this?” or “You didn’t explain how to do that.” The plan with this series is to go over the complete list and allow you to pick and choose the ones that work for you.
Up first in this batch, inserting special characters.
There are several shortcuts that can help you extend a selection as well.
These keystrokes will help you select text and graphics in a table.
And this batch will let you move through your document. I use the SHIFT +F5 frequently.
In Part 5 of this series, we’ll look at character and paragraph formatting.