Keyboard Shortcuts

Trust Business Management Daily to provide Windows shortcuts that let you get your work done in a fraction of the time.

By using these shortcut keys, you’ll do more than simply save time. You’ll also cut down on the number of errors you’d otherwise make by typing the same thing over and over again.

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Bring up a menu of content types within a document library ... Enable uploads within that library ... Dive into edit mode quickly.
Send unwanted pop-ups or unpredictable results walking when mousing along the bottom of the Desktop ... View icons in the Notification area ... Launch the Control Panel with a shortcut to get things done more easily.
Create a numbered list in a snap ... Make bullet points out of a list quickly ... Clear formatting when things get a little “colorful.”

Toggle between Normal and Outline views ... Rearrange your slides or navigate around your presentation quickly ... Expand to slide content, either one slide at a time from a collapsed view or all slides.

Advanced Find lets you go beyond the search box and the ribbon options ... Flag for Follow-up launches a dialog box that lets you choose the type of flag and even set up a reminder ... Create Message from any view without having to navigate back to your email or use multiple clicks from the New item button.

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Get word counts when composing entries for blogs or Twitter with Ctrl+Shift+G ... Change document view to outline view with Ctrl+Alt+O ... Go back to print layout by selecting Ctrl+Alt+P.
Create a To Do item with a checkbox by tapping Ctrl+1 ... Sync a task item with Outlook by using Ctrl+Shift+1 ... Select Ctrl+Alt+1 to apply the Heading 1 style to your OneNote text.
Create a new work sheet to the right of the active work sheet with Shift+F11 ... Enlarge your screen real estate quickly by collapsing the ribbon to only tabs by selecting Ctrl+F1 ... Locate or quickly clear all cells with comments using Ctrl+Shift+O.
You can deliver a PowerPoint presentation in full-screen mode without using your mouse. Smoothly navigate through your slides using these five shortcuts.
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