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>> Common Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
Last Updated 4 years ago

Have you ever seen someone flying along on the keyboard, almost never touching their mouse? It seems like they get things done so much faster than you. The key to their efficiency is keyboard shortcuts. From the early days of Windows, Microsoft has provided keyboard shortcuts to do common tasks such as, copying, cutting, pasting and saving. This is handy when you don't have access to a mouse, but even if you have a mouse, not moving back and forth between keyboard and mouse is much quicker.

To make things smoother, Microsoft has kept the same shortcuts from version to version. Most or all of the keyboard shortcuts in the first versions of Windows and Microsoft Office applications (like Word and Excel), are the same today in Windows 10.

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