Shortcut keys:- Alt + F - File menu options in current program. Alt + E - Edit options in current program F1 - Universal Help in almost every Windows program. Ctrl + A - Select all text. Ctrl + F - Open find window for current document or window. Ctrl + X - Cut selected item. Shift + Del - Cut selected item. Ctrl + C - Copy selected item. Ctrl + Ins - Copy selected item Ctrl + V - Paste Shift + Ins - Paste Ctrl + P - Print the current page or document. Home - Goes to beginning of current line. Ctrl + Home - Goes to beginning of document. End - Goes to end of current line. Ctrl + End - Goes to end of document. Shift + Home - Highlights from current position to beginning of line. Shift + End - Highlights from current position to end of line. Ctrl + Left arrow - Moves one word to the left at a time. Ctrl + Right arrow - Moves one word to the right at a time.
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- Create a Windows Shortcut Key:- Open the folder or directory that contains the program you wish to create a shortcut for. Right-click on the program and click Create Shortcut. This will create a shortcut named "Shortcut to <your program>" in the directory you are in. If you wish to rename this shortcut, right-click the file and click rename. Once the above steps have been completed, you can copy or cut this shortcut and paste it anywhere to execute this program. Assign shortcut key to that Windows shortcut Once the shortcut has been created to assign a shortcut key to that Windows shortcut follow the below steps. Right-click the shortcut and click Properties. Click the Shortcut tab. Click in the Shortcut key box and press a letter. For example, if you press "p" the shortcut key will automatically be made Ctrl + Alt + P. Which means if saved when pressing Ctrl and Alt and "P" all at the same time will run that shortcut