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Last month, we shared our favorite timesavers and tricks for Office and we asked listener’s for their favorite shortcuts. In this week’s webinar, we'll show you the best ones.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
References for this webinar:
Shortcut help for
Search for all shortcut training courses at Office.com
Office 911 video on keyboard shortcuts
All the shortcuts mentioned in the webinar are listed below in the comment section.
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Here are the shortcuts mentioned today from customers:
There is a shorter keyboard shortcut for the Edit/Replace window in Word and Excel: Ctrl+H.
I use a lot Ctrl+F1 (show/hide ribbon) to have more visual space.
After lunch or a break getting back to the last change or revision in your document Shift+F5. It goes to the last change or revision.
Ctrl+C to copy and then Ctrl+V for paste in Word
Perhaps mentioned earlier... but I love Ctrl+Y to repeat whatever I've been doing.
Crtl+Alt+. [period] results in the 3-dot hiatus as a single unit.
Non-breaking spacing is handy in dates. Use Ctrl+Shift space bar to instead of just a space to keep the whole date together when you add text to a line. It will move together. Ctrl+Shift – [hyphen] for similar results with hyphens.
Ctrl+Shift+End... select all cells that contains data under the cell after this command
Mike & Melanie
Switch between sheets: Ctrl+page up or down
A couple of questions from the webinar. I could not find out an answer about removing quotation remarks in Outlook addresses. You could ask the question here: answers.microsoft.com/.../office_2010-outlook
In OneNote: there is dynamic timestamp for OneNote as we thought. You would have to manually update a page each time (there are commands in the ribbon under "insert").