Using shortcuts in Microsoft Word

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					Using     to speed up
  the work process!
When you open up Microsoft Word it
         looks like this.
There are toolbars……



…and there are icons.




 It can be a little confusing!
 But Microsoft Word can be quite
easy to use once you get started
and there are ways you can make
          it even easier!


       These are called
         ‘shortcuts’.
   Most shortcuts use the key on your
  keyboard known as the Control Key.
There are lots of different keyboards, but
 on most standard keyboards it is in the
              same place.
  So let’s start using some shortcuts

To start using shortcuts you first need to
know how to highlight the text you would
             like to change.

 There is even an easy way to do this!
  Instead of using your mouse to drag along the text.


                      mouse
You can use your left mouse button to do all the work!



Click twice over the text you want to change to highlight
                        one word.

     Click three times to highlight a whole section.


                      It’s easy!
 Once your text is highlighted you can start making
Once your text is highlighted you can start making
                      changes.
                      changes.




       By pressing Ctrl and b together you can
              make your text look bold.
  Let’s something different with this sentence!
Let’s dodo something new with this sentence




    By pressing Ctrl and u together your text
               will be underlined.
       Let’s have another go!




By pressing Ctrl and i together your text
             will be italic.
    There are lots of other things you can do using
shortcuts.Here are a few more that you could try to use.
                 There are lots more!




         Ctrl and c togetherthings you can do using
         Ctrl and a allows copies the section your
    There are lots of otheryou to highlight all ofyou
              text – even more Ctrl you could it!
          have are a few if there are pages of try to
shortcuts.Here highlighted and that and v together use.
                  pastes it somewhere else
                   There are lots more!
     Let’s ONE MORE! THIS ONE USES 3 KEYS!
LET’S TRYtry one more! This one uses 3 keys




    By pressing Ctrl, shift and a together your
     text will ALL BE IN CAPITAL LETTERS!
I hope you have enjoyed learning about these
                 shortcuts.


  Remember to use them when you work!
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