Shortcuts

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

SHORTCUTS
Excel: To toggle between displaying data and formulas, press Ctrl+~ (tilde).

Word and Excel: To cycle through all open documents or worksheets, press Ctrl+F6.

Word: To remove any added formatting to text, highlight the characters and press Ctrl+Space Bar or Ctrl+Shift+Z.

Word: To double underline text, highlight the characters and press Ctrl+Shift+D.

Word: To repeat the last word, phrase or other passage of text you just typed, move your cursor to the place you want it copied and press F4. The key must be used before you use any other Word command or type any other text.

Stanley Zarowin, a former JofA senior editor, is now a contributing editor to the magazine. His e-mail address is stanley@zarowin.com .

Do you have technology questions for this column? Or, after reading an answer, do you have a better solution? Send them to me via e-mail at stanley.joatech@gmail.com or via regular mail at the Journal of Accountancy, 220 Leigh Farm Road, Durham, NC 27707-8110.

Because of the volume of mail, I regret I cannot individually answer submitted questions. However, if a reader’s question has broad interest, I will answer it in a forthcoming Technology Q&A column.

 

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