Shortcuts

BY STANLEY ZAROWIN

SHORTCUTS
Word: Ctrl+D opens the Font dialog box

Word: Alt+Ctrl+R produces the trademark symbol ®. But if you want it to be properly superscripted, ®, use the next shortcut.

Word: Ctrl+Shift ++ (that’s Ctrl and Shift and two clicks on the plus sign above the equal sign) toggles between superscript and normal (Stanley or Stanley).

Excel: Ctrl+F4 closes selected workbook window.

Excel: Ctrl+F10 maximizes or restores the selected workbook window.

Excel: Press Scroll Lock and then simultaneously hold down Ctrl and an arrow key to quickly move through large areas of your worksheet.

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