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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The Windows key is right on your PC keyboard, to the left of your spacebar. Here are three useful shortcuts that use this key.
Pop open the Format Cells dialog box with all the familiar tabs by using Ctrl+1 ... Change the font to Strikethrough with the Ctrl+5 shortcut ... Hide a column without selecting it by hitting Ctrl+0.
Stay within a particular word or character count ... Convert whatever formatting has been applied back to Normal style ... stop feeling like a T-rex trying to type on a plane while sitting in the middle seat in coach.
Open a new OneNote window to see more than one notebook at a time by using Ctrl+M ... Add a new page to the section you’re working on by tapping Ctrl+N ... Send a page via email and include attached files as email attachments with the Ctrl+Shift+E shortcut.
Use Shift+Enter to commit the value to a cell and move up a row in the same ­column ... Select Shift+Tab to do the same but move to the left ... Hit Shift+F10 to show the right-click menu.
These shortcuts make it easier to navigate and organize large slide decks from the Outline tab of PowerPoint.
Use the Windows key to change the size of the active window ... Snap the window to the left or right to compare files.
Pop in today’s date anywhere in your document using Alt+Shift+D ... Instantly clear formatting you don't like ... Get to Paste Special with one click.

Select time periods and reminders for follow-up flags using Ctrl+Shift+G ... Create a meeting request without having your calendar open by selecting Ctrl+Shift+Q ... Go to another folder in Outlook by using Ctrl+Y.

Select a large range of cells without holding down that mouse button ... See the resulting value of a formula in edit mode ... Choose any chartable range and insert a new work sheet with your data charted in the default chart format.

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