Picture Blog: Insert Attachment

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Yes. This LONG “short”cut actually works. Try it. In fact, just press Alt and choose the highlighted buttons in the Ribbon. All of them work. Just press and release Alt and then press buttons one by one. DON’T try some Yoga poses with your fingers Smile

With Outlook 2016, This shortcut is now Alt N AF B. This is required because it offers to attach files from local PC as well as web locations (OneDrive). It also shows recently inserted attachments.

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Slide Master in one click

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Shift click the Slide View (Normal button) and you can jump to the slide master for the current slide. Very useful. To come back to the slide, just click on the same icon. Very useful. First Shift click goes to the current slide –  layout master. ANOTHER Shift Click takes to to the overall slide master (theme slide master). Very nice. I discovered this just now! Shift Ctrl click on it gives you only the slide. Notes and thumbnails are removed. Shift ALT click gives slide layout master without thumbnails. Another Shift ALT click gives the overall slide master without thumbnails… I am sure there is more but I am mentally saturated now Disappointed smile

Useful keyboard shortcuts in Word


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Keyboard shortcuts for Word

Before you use these shortcuts, please read this article: How to Create Keyboard Shortcuts

Here are some shortcuts which I have found useful. DO NOT try to memorize the shortcuts. Only if you use the functionality frequently you need to find or create and remember the shortcut.


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Triple Click Triple click anywhere in a paragraph to select the entire paragraph.
Shift Alt Up / Down arrow Press Shift Alt Up / Down arrow to move entire paragraphs up or down. Also works with multiple selected paragraphs and PowerPoint bullets.
Ctrl A Select Entire Document
PrintScreen

(PrtScr)

Copy a picture of entire screen to the Clipboard. Ctrl V to paste it.

Use Alt PrtScr to copy only the active window image.

Ctrl Alt 1 / 2 / 3 Apply style Heading 1, 2 or 3
Ctrl Click Selects the current Sentence.
Ctrl Scroll

(Wheel)

Pressing CTRL key while moving the mouse wheel zooms in / out. Works in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Internet Explorer and many other products.
Ctrl U

Ctrl Y

Ctrl Z = Undo last action

Ctrl Y = Redo last action

Supports 100 levels of undo / redo by default.

Ctrl Shift

> or <

Increase or decrease font size of the selected text.
Ctrl Alt V Paste Special. Provides many options to paste copied content in different formats.

Ctrl V does default paste.

Ctrl Shift V Paste only formatting from the source (Press Ctrl Shift C to copy).

Equivalent to the toolbar button called Format Painter

CTRL PgDn

Or PgUp

If pressed after Finding some text, finds next or previous occurances of the found item being searched for.
Ctrl Shift N Apply Normal Style.

Useful when you want to remove all unwanted formatting and revert the text to regular body text quickly.

Ctrl Alt I Switch to Print Preview
Ctrl Alt M Insert a comment for the selected text or current position in text.
Ctrl Backspace / Ctrl Del Delete
one word to the
left (Ctrl Backspace) or
right(Ctrl Del)