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9 Microsoft Office Keyboard Shortcuts for the Busy Professional

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9 Microsoft Office keyboard shortcuts for the busy professional

Keyboard shortcuts really come in handy when you want to knock out work faster. Here's a list of shortcuts for Microsoft Excel, Outlook and Word to help you speed through your assignments.

Excel

• Pop open the Format Cells dialog box with all the familiar tabs, like Number, Alignment and Border, by using Ctrl+1. This shortcut works on a cell or a single selected word within a cell.

• Change the font to Strikethrough with the Ctrl+5 shortcut. This also works on a cell or a single selected word within a cell.

• Hide a column without selecting it by hitting Ctrl+0. No need to mouse and click to hide a whole column in a worksheet with this keyboard shortcut.

Imagine typing only about half of what you do now. You can with keyboard shortcuts. Learn valuable timesavers that will make you more efficient.

Outlook

All of these shortcuts operate from the Day/Week/Month views of Outlook:

• Display from one to nine days on the calendar with Alt+1-9.

• Select Alt+- to show the week based on the start date indicated in your Calendar option settings.

• Show a whole month for the day or week selected, from the beginning to the end of the month using Alt+=.

Whether it's a speedy way to create a bar chart or a trick for switching from one window to the next, keyboard shortcuts can help even the experienced user knock out work faster. Learn 25 of them on February 25.

Word

• Trying to stay within a particular word or character count? Using Ctrl+Shift+G replaces two Ribbon clicks. Turn it off with Esc.

• Convert whatever formatting has been applied back to Normal style. Just tap Ctrl+Shift+N.

• Feel like a T-rex trying to type on a plane while sitting in the middle seat in coach? Hit Shift+F10 to sub for a right-click. Use Shift+arrow keys to select what you want to right-click.

Do you know how to ...
  • Make a chart in a single keystroke?
  • Use Word styles without knowing where to click?
  • Perform the common processes in Outlook without ever touching the mouse?
  • Create a shortcut to run a macro?
Let our Microsoft® Office® expert, Melissa Esquibel, show you how to take your computer proficiency up a notch or two in this fast-paced and fun presentation.

Melissa EsquibelMelissa will teach you some of her best shortcuts, and why you should know them, too. You'll come away knowing how to use shortcuts in every application, as well as tips just for Excel®, PowerPoint®, Outlook® and Word®.

Most computer users can't imagine working without a mouse. 25 Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Know...& How to Use Them will show you how to shave hours off your workweek. Register now for this event on February 25.
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