Command Shortcuts in Microsoft® Office 2010
Microsoft Office 2010 is the latest release of Microsoft which includes word processing, presentations, calendar, spreadsheet and e-mail processing applications. Some innovations have been introduced in Microsoft Office 2010 for improving the usability and stability while working. The effective system running is based upon the collaboration of both hardware and software. If due to some issues the hardware causes some problem, it affects communication between the software and hardware causing frustration to the user. To avoid the impairment in work flow short keys have been introduced in Microsoft Office since its first launch.
- Need of command shortcuts
- Different command shortcuts
- Significance of command shortcuts
Need of command shortcuts
The introduction of mouse and pointer made the working process more quick and uninterrupted. Even an amateur user can perform all the necessary tasks with the help of mouse but if the mouse or any other pointing device faces some issues and stops responding it may affect the performance of the user. To avoid these issue Microsoft has introduced the shortcut commands to work uninterrupted. These commands help the user to control all the necessary processing with the help of keyboard.
Different command shortcuts
The most common shortcut commands used in Microsoft Office 2010 are almost same for Microsoft Word, MicrosoftÂ Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. These shortcuts altogether improve the performance of the system and working speed of the user. To open a file the command given is ‘ctrl+O’, to print the document ‘ctrl+P’, and the command used to save a respective file is ‘ctrl+S’. To select a particular portion of data press ‘shift and press arrow keys along with shift button’. The section to be copied can be copied from clipboard home. To cut the specific file ‘ctrl+x’ is used, to copy ‘ctrl+C’ and to paste ‘ctrl+V’ is used. To select the whole text of document ‘ctrl+A’ is used. To replace ‘ctrl+R’ is used as a command while to bold the selected portion ‘ctrl+B’ is used. To undo a specific action ‘ctrl+Z’ is used and to redo the command ‘ctrl+Y’ is used. To align the paragraph to left ‘ctrl+L’ is used. To make all the words in a document in caps the command used is ‘ctrl+alt+A’. To maximize the application the command used is ‘alt+F10’. To restore the application ‘alt+F5’ is used and to find ‘ctrl+F’ and for help ‘F1’ is used by the user. The problem with these commands is that the user has to learn and practice all these commands to work with more efficiency but when these are practiced it boosts working speed.
The shortcut commands help the user to work even faster than by the use of pointer. These commands help the user to work via keyboard for uninterrupted work.
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