Whether you’re a complete computer novice or simply want to boost your speed and productivity, these common keyboard shortcuts should come in handy...
Ctrl+C copies highlighted text or selected items, while Ctrl+X removes the original and stores it in the clipboard, rather than just copying it.
Use Ctrl+V to paste the text or item that’s stored in the clipboard.
Ctrl+Z comes in very useful when you press something by mistake as it will undo any change you have made. You can use it multiple times to undo or redo multiple changes. Pressing Ctrl+Y will redo the undo.
Pressing Ctrl+N will create a new window or document.
To quickly save a document or file, press Ctrl+S. It’s a good idea to do this frequently to avoid losing your work if an error happens or you lose power unexpectedly.
Ctrl+P can be used to quickly print or open a print preview of a document or page.
Pressing Ctrl+F opens the Find field, which enables you to search passages of text for particular words or phrases.
TIP: If you’re using a Mac, in most cases the command key has the same function as the control key on a PC.
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