Keyboard shortcuts can be a very handy way to save yourself time and effort when you’re doing everything from editing a Word document to browsing the internet. Here is a short guide to 10 easy keyboard short cuts and what they can help you to do.
- CTRL + C
Copy- this will not remove the original text.
- CTRL + X
Cut- when used whilst writing text, this will remove the original text and place it somewhere else.
- CTRL + V
Paste- once you have used copy or paste on text, the paste command is used to place it elsewhere.
- CTRL + Z
Undo- this will undo the last change you made.
- Shift + Delete
This command will delete an item permanently, bypassing the Recycle Bin completely, so be careful.
- CTRL + A
Select All- very useful for moving or editing large amounts of files or data.
- CTRL + ESC
This will bring the Start menu up to display.
- ALT + F4
Quits the active program or item.
Search the folder, file or page.
- CTRL + W
Closes the current active tab or file.