Microsoft Word is a Microsoft Office program found in 99% computers running the Windows operating system. It is no doubt that most computer owners tend to buy PCs because they want to be able to create and edit documents. Having the Microsoft Word program on your computer means you get to create documents seamlessly with ease.
Unfortunately, it’s not everyone who uses the Microsoft Word program knows the several useful shortcuts that can be used when creating and editing documents. These shortcuts tend to make creating and editing of documents faster. You might already know some of the shortcuts I will be providing here but believe me, there are people who know only just a few of them.
Below is a list of all the Ctrl A – Z shortcuts that can be used on Microsoft Word when creating and editing documents.
Microsoft Word Ctrl A – Z Shortcuts:
| CONTROL A – Z
|Ctrl + A||Select all text|
|Ctrl + B||Bold text|
|Ctrl + C||Copy text|
|Ctrl + D||Open font formatting window|
|Ctrl + E||Move text to center|
|Ctrl + F||Open search bar|
|Ctrl + G||Opens go to window|
|Ctrl + H||Opens find and replace window|
|Ctrl + I||Italicize texts|
|Ctrl + J||Justify texts|
|Ctrl + K||Opens insert hyperlink window|
|Ctrl + L||Aligns text to left|
|Ctrl + M||Indent a paragraph from the left|
|Ctrl + N||Open new word document window|
|Ctrl + O||Open existing word documents|
|Ctrl + P||Print word document|
|Ctrl + Q||Removes paragraph formatting|
|Ctrl + R||Align text to right|
|Ctrl + S||Save word document|
|Ctrl + T||Creates a hanging indent|
|Ctrl + U||Underlines text|
|Ctrl + V||Paste copied text|
|Ctrl + W||Close opened word document|
|Ctrl + X||Cut selected text (s)|
|Ctrl + Y||Redo an action|
|Ctrl + Z||Undo an action|
The above shortcuts are basically all the A – Z control shortcuts that can be used while creating or editing a word document.