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Keyboard shortcuts for working with shapes, text boxes, and WordArt

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Note: The keyboard shortcuts that are described in this article refer to the U.S. keyboard layout. Keys on other layouts might not correspond exactly to the keys on a U.S. keyboard.

For keyboard shortcuts in which you press two or more keys simultaneously, the keys to press are separated by a plus sign (+). For keyboard shortcuts in which you press one key immediately followed by another key, the keys to press are separated by a comma (,).

For keyboard shortcuts for working with SmartArt graphics, see Keyboard shortcuts for SmartArt graphics .

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PowerPoint

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

Esc

Select an object (with an object selected).

Tab or Shift+Tab until the object you want is selected

Select text within an object (with an object selected).

Enter

Select all objects (with an object selected).

Ctrl+A

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle forward through the stack of objects.

Tab after you select the top object

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle backward through the stack of objects.

Shift+Tab after you select the top object

Select multiple shapes.

Press and hold Ctrl while you click the shapes

Select multiple shapes with text.

Press and hold Shift while you click the shapes

Open or close the Selection pane.

Alt+F10

Cut selected object.

Ctrl+X

Copy selected object.

Ctrl+C

Paste cut or copied object.

Ctrl+V

Copy formatting only.

Ctrl+Shift+C

Paste formatting only.

Ctrl+Shift+V

Paste special.

Ctrl+Alt+V

Group shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

Ctrl+G after you select the items that you want to group

Ungroup shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

Ctrl+Shift+G after you select the group that you want to ungroup

Show or hide the grid.

Shift+F9

Show or hide guides.

Alt+F9

Undo the last action.

Ctrl+Z

Redo the last action.

Ctrl+Y

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

Alt+F10

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Move the focus to a single item or group.

Up Arrow or Down Arrow

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

Left Arrow

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

Right Arrow

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

Shift+Up Arrow or Shift+Down Arrow

Select a focused item.

Spacebar or Enter

Add another object to the selection.

Shift+Spacebar

Cancel selection of a focused item.

Shift+Enter

Move a selected item forward.

Ctrl+Shift+F

Move a selected item backward.

Ctrl+Shift+B

Show or hide a focused item.

Ctrl+Shift+S

Rename a focused item.

F2

Switch the keyboard focus within the Selection pane between tree view and the Show All and Hide All buttons.

Tab or Shift+Tab

Collapse all groups.

Alt+Shift+1

Expand all groups.

Alt+Shift+9

Project

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

Esc

Select an object (with an object selected).

Tab or Shift+Tab until the object you want is selected

Select text within an object (with an object selected).

Shift+Right Arrow

Select multiple shapes.

Press and hold Ctrl while you click the shapes

Select multiple shapes with text.

Press and hold Shift while you click the shapes

Cut selected object.

Ctrl+X

Copy selected object.

Ctrl+C

Paste cut or copied object.

Ctrl+V

Undo the last action.

Ctrl+Z

Redo the last action.

Ctrl+Y

Word

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

Esc

Select an object (with an object selected).

Tab or Shift+Tab until the object you want is selected

Select multiple shapes.

Press and hold Ctrl while you click the shapes

Select multiple shapes with text.

Press and hold Shift while you click the shapes

Open the Selection pane.

Alt+F10

Select a focused item (inside selection pane).

Spacebar or Enter

Cancel selection of a focused item (inside selection pane).

Shift+Enter

Edit text in a textbox.

F2 or Enter after the text box is selected

Edit text in a shape.

F2 or Enter after the shape is selected

Cut selected object.

Ctrl+X

Copy selected object.

Ctrl+C

Paste cut or copied object.

Ctrl+V

Copy formatting only.

Ctrl+Shift+C

Paste formatting only.

Ctrl+Shift+V

Paste special.

Ctrl+Alt+V

Undo the last action.

Ctrl+Z

Redo the last action.

Ctrl+Y

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

Alt+F10

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Move the focus to a single item or group.

Up Arrow or Down Arrow

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

Left Arrow

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

Right Arrow

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

Shift+Up Arrow or Shift+Down Arrow

Select a focused item.

Spacebar or Enter

Add another object to the selection.

Shift+Spacebar

Cancel selection of a focused item.

Shift+Enter

Show or hide a focused item.

Ctrl+Shift+S

PowerPoint

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Select text within an object (with an object selected).

ENTER

Select all objects (with an object selected)

CTRL+A

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle forward through the stack of objects.

TAB after you select the top object

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle backward through the stack of objects.

SHIFT+TAB after you select the top object

Select multiple shapes

Press and hold CONTROL while you click the shapes

Select multiple shapes with text

Press and hold SHIFT while you click the shapes

Open or close the Selection pane.

ALT+F10

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Group shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

CTRL+G after you select the items that you want to group

Ungroup shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

CTRL+SHIFT+G after you select the group that you want to ungroup

Show or hide the grid.

SHIFT+F9

Show or hide guides.

ALT+F9

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

    If you select a shape with attached text, you copy the look and style of the text as well as the attributes of the shape.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press TAB or SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, the ENTER or RIGHT ARROW key to show the secondary menu, and then select Edit.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, N to show the Insert tab.

  2. Use the ARROW keys to move to Text Box, located in the Text group.

    If you have turned on East Asian language support on the computer, use the arrow key to use arrow key to select either Horizontal Text Box or Vertical Text Box.

  3. Press CTRL+ENTER.

  4. Type the text that you want.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, then N, then W to select WordArt.

  2. Use the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • Press TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

  • To select multiple items, use the selection pane. To open the selection pane, press and release ALT, H, SL, and then P.

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

ALT+F10

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Display the context menu.

SHIFT+F10

Move the focus to a single item or group.

UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

LEFT ARROW

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

RIGHT ARROW

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

SHIFT+UP ARROW or SHIFT+DOWN ARROW

Select a focused item.

SPACEBAR or ENTER

Add another object to the selection.

SHIFT+SPACEBAR

Cancel selection of a focused item.

SHIFT+ENTER

Move a selected item forward.

CTRL+SHIFT+F

Move a selected item backward.

CTRL+SHIFT+B

Show or hide a focused item.

CTRL+SHIFT+S

Rename a focused item.

F2

Switch the keyboard focus within the Selection pane between tree view and the Show All and Hide All buttons.

TAB or SHIFT+TAB

Collapse all groups.

ALT+SHIFT+1

Expand all groups.

ALT+SHIFT+9

Edit points in shape

Note: Click the shape, and then press ALT+J+D+E+E.

  • To add a point, click the shape outline while pressing CTRL.

  • To delete a point, click the point while pressing CTRL.

  • To have the point treated as a smooth point, press SHIFT while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging, the point will be changed to a smooth point. A smooth point joins two line segments of equal length.

  • To have the point treated as a straight point, press CTRL while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging the point will be changed to a straight point. A straight point joins two line segments of different lengths.

  • To have the point treated as a corner point, press ALT while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging the point will be changed to a corner point. A corner point joins two line segments with one segment going off in a different direction.

  • To cancel the change to the point and line segments, press ESC before releasing the mouse button.

Word

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Select multiple shapes

Press and hold CONTROL while you click the shapes

Select multiple shapes with text

Press and hold SHIFT while you click the shapes

Open the Selection pane.

ALT+F10

Select a focused item (inside selection pane).

SPACEBAR or ENTER

Cancel selection of a focused item (inside selection pane).

SHIFT+ENTER

Edit text in a textbox.

F2 or ENTER after the text box is selected

Edit text in a shape.

F2 or ENTER after the shape is selected

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, the ENTER or RIGHT ARROW key to show the secondary menu, and then select Edit.

Insert an object

  1. Press ALT, N, and then J.

  2. Do one of the following.

    • Press DOWN ARROW to select an object type, and then press ENTER to create an object.

    • Press DOWN ARROW twice to select the Create from File tab, and then type the file name of the object that you want to insert or browse to the file.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then press X.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the Text box that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. When you are finished typing and want to switch back to editing text in your document, press ESC.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then W to select WordArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. Press ESC.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

ALT+F10

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Display the context menu.

SHIFT+F10

Move the focus to a single item or group.

UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

LEFT ARROW

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

RIGHT ARROW

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

SHIFT+UP ARROW or SHIFT+DOWN ARROW

Select a focused item.

SPACEBAR or ENTER

Add another object to the selection.

SHIFT+SPACEBAR

Cancel selection of a focused item.

SHIFT+ENTER

Show or hide a focused item.

CTRL+SHIFT+S

Edit points in shape

Note: Click the shape, and then press ALT+J+D+E+E.

  • To add a point, click the shape outline while pressing CTRL.

  • To delete a point, click the point while pressing CTRL.

  • To have the point treated as a smooth point, press SHIFT while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging, the point will be changed to a smooth point. A smooth point joins two line segments of equal length.

  • To have the point treated as a straight point, press CTRL while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging the point will be changed to a straight point. A straight point joins two line segments of different lengths.

  • To have the point treated as a corner point, press ALT while dragging either of the handles attached to the point. Once you stop dragging the point will be changed to a corner point. A corner point joins two line segments with one segment going off in a different direction.

  • To cancel the change to the point and line segments, press ESC before releasing the mouse button.

Excel

To do this

Press

Move to the end of a Text box.

CTRL+END

Move to the beginning of a Text box.

CTRL+HOME

Alternate between hiding objects, displaying objects, and displaying placeholders for objects.

CTRL+6

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle forward through the stack of objects.

TAB after you select the top object

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle backward through the stack of objects.

SHIFT+TAB after you select the top object

Open the Selection pane.

ALT, H, FD, and then P

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

    If you select a shape with attached text, you copy the look and style of the text as well as the attributes of the shape.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, and then to select Edit.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, and then press N and then press x.

  2. Press CTRL+ENTER to insert the text box.

  3. Type the text that you want.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, then N, then W to select WordArt.

  2. Use the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • Press TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

  • To select multiple items, use the selection pane. To open the selection pane, press and release ALT, H, FD, and then P.

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

ALT, H, FD, and then P

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Display the context menu.

SHIFT+F10

Move the focus to a single item or group.

UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

LEFT ARROW

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

RIGHT ARROW

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

SHIFT+UP ARROW or SHIFT+DOWN ARROW

Select a focused item.

SPACEBAR or ENTER

Cancel selection of a focused item.

SHIFT+SPACEBAR or SHIFT+ENTER

Show or hide a focused item.

CTRL+SHIFT+S

Outlook

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

    If you select a shape with attached text, you copy the look and style of the text as well as the attributes of the shape.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, and then to select Edit.

Insert an object

  1. Press ALT, N, and then J.

  2. Do one of the following.

    • Press DOWN ARROW to select an object type, and then press ENTER to create an object.

    • Press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Create from File tab, and then type the file name of the object that you want to insert or browse to the file.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then press X.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the Text box that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. When you are finished typing and want to switch back to editing text in your document, press SHIFT+F10, choose Exit Edit Text on the shortcut menu, and then press ESC.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then W to select WordArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. Press TAB, and then press ENTER.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • Press TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

PowerPoint

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Select text within an object (with an object selected).

ENTER

Select all objects.

CTRL+A (on the Slides tab)

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle forward through the stack of objects.

TAB after you select the top object

Select an object that is under other objects and cycle backward through the stack of objects.

SHIFT+TAB after you select the top object

Open the Selection pane.

ALT, H, SL, and then P

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Group shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

CTRL+G after you select the items that you want to group

Ungroup shapes, pictures, or WordArt.

CTRL+SHIFT+G after you select the group that you want to ungroup

Show or hide the grid.

SHIFT+F9

Show or hide guides.

ALT+F9

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

    If you select a shape with attached text, you copy the look and style of the text as well as the attributes of the shape.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, and then to select Edit.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and X.

  2. Press TAB to move to Text Box, located on the Insert tab in the Text group.

    If you have turned on East Asian language support on the computer, use the arrow key to use arrow key to select either Horizontal Text Box or Vertical Text Box.

  3. Press CTRL+ENTER.

  4. Type the text that you want.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, then N, then W to select WordArt.

  2. Use the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • Press TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

  • To select multiple items, use the selection pane. To open the selection pane, press and release ALT, H, SL, and then P.

Keyboard shortcuts for use in the Selection pane

To do this

Press

Open the Selection pane.

ALT, H, SL, and then P

Cycle the focus through the different panes.

F6

Display the context menu.

SHIFT+F10

Move the focus to a single item or group.

UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW

Move the focus from an item in a group to its parent group.

LEFT ARROW

Move the focus from a group to the first item in that group.

RIGHT ARROW

Expand a focused group and all its child groups.

* (on numeric keypad only)

Expand a focused group.

+ (on numeric keypad only)

Collapse a focused group.

– (on numeric keypad only)

Move the focus to an item and select it.

SHIFT+UP ARROW or SHIFT+DOWN ARROW

Select a focused item.

SPACEBAR or ENTER

Cancel selection of a focused item.

SHIFT+SPACEBAR or SHIFT+ENTER

Move a selected item forward.

CTRL+SHIFT+F

Move a selected item backward.

CTRL+SHIFT+B

Show or hide a focused item.

CTRL+SHIFT+S

Rename a focused item.

F2

Switch the keyboard focus within the Selection pane between tree view and the Show All and Hide All buttons.

TAB or SHIFT+TAB

Collapse all groups.

ALT+SHIFT+1

Expand all groups.

ALT+SHIFT+9

Word

To do this

Press

Select an object (with text selected inside the object).

ESC

Select an object (with an object selected).

TAB or SHIFT+TAB until the object you want is selected

Cut selected object.

CTRL+X

Copy selected object.

CTRL+C

Paste cut or copied object.

CTRL+V

Copy formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Paste formatting only.

CTRL+SHIFT+V

Paste special.

CTRL+ALT+V

Undo the last action.

CTRL+Z

Redo the last action.

CTRL+Y

Copy the attributes of a shape

  1. Select the shape with the attributes that you want to copy.

    If you select a shape with attached text, you copy the look and style of the text as well as the attributes of the shape.

  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+C to copy the shape attributes.

  3. Press the TAB key or SHIFT+TAB to select the shape or object that you want to copy the attributes to.

  4. Press CTRL+SHIFT+V.

Edit a linked or embedded object

  1. Press SHIFT+TAB to select the object that you want.

  2. Press SHIFT+F10 for the shortcut menu.

  3. Press the DOWN ARROW to select <variable> Object, and then to select Edit.

Insert an object

  1. Press ALT, N, and then J.

  2. Do one of the following.

    • Press DOWN ARROW to select an object type, and then press ENTER to create an object.

    • Press CTRL+TAB to switch to the Create from File tab, and then type the file name of the object that you want to insert or browse to the file.

Insert a SmartArt graphic

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then M to select SmartArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the type of SmartArt graphic that you want.

  3. Press TAB, and then press the arrow keys to select the SmartArt graphic layout that you want to insert.

  4. Press ENTER.

Insert a Text box

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then press X.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the Text box that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. When you are finished typing and want to switch back to editing text in your document, press SHIFT+F10, choose Exit Edit Text on the shortcut menu, and then press ESC.

Insert WordArt

  1. Press and release ALT, N, and then W to select WordArt.

  2. Press the arrow keys to select the WordArt style that you want, and then press ENTER.

  3. Type the text that you want.

  4. Press TAB, and then press ENTER.

Select a shape

Note: If your cursor is within text, press ESC.

  • TAB to cycle forward (or SHIFT+TAB to cycle backward) through the shapes or objects until sizing handles appear on the object that you want to select.

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PowerPoint CommandsPowerPoint ShortcutsMicrosoft
PowerPoint
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ShortcutTools 3.0 installed
powerpoint shortcut keys Align LeftAlt + 1
powerpoint shortcut keys Same WidthAlt + B
powerpoint shortcut keys Duplicate DownAlt + D
powerpoint shortcut keys Insert TextboxAlt + T
powerpoint shortcut keys Paste UnformattedAlt + V
powerpoint shortcut keys Format PainterAlt + F
powerpoint shortcut keys SuperscriptCtrl + =
powerpoint shortcut keys Send to BackCtrl + Shift + [
powerpoint shortcut keys Group ObjectsCtrl + G
powerpoint shortcut keys Insert New SlideCtrl + M
powerpoint shortcut keys Start SlideshowShift + F5

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PowerPoint CommandsPowerPoint Shortcut KeysSimulation of PowerPoint Shortcut Tools
Align Left Alt +
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Align Center

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Align Right Alt +
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Same Width Alt +
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PowerPoint Keyboard ShortcutsMS PowerPoint Shortcut Key Illustration
Align Copy Right

Alt + Shift + 3
Align Right to Left

Ctrl + Shift + 3
Duplicate Objects Down

Alt + D
Resize Width to Right Edge

Ctrl + 3
Make Same Width / Equalize Width

Alt + B

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Alignment Shortcuts
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Object Shortcuts
Format Shortcuts
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MS PowerPoint CommandPowerPoint ShortcutsPowerPoint Keyboard Shortcut Description
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Alignment Shortcuts go to top
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Align LeftAlt + 1Align all objects to the left edge of the last selected object.
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Align Copy LeftAlt + Shift + 1Align a copy of all selected objects to the left edge of the last selected object.
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Align CenterAlt + 2Align objects to the horizontal center of last selected object.
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Align RightAlt + 3Align all objects to right edge of the last selected object.
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Align Copy RightAlt + Shift + 3Align a copy of all selected objects to the right edge of the last selected object.
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Distribute Objects HorizontallyAlt + 4Distribute objects equally on horizontal axis.
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Align TopAlt + F1Align all objects to the top edge of the last selected object.
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Align Copy TopAlt + Shift + F1Align a copy of all selected objects to the top edge of the last selected object.
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Align Vertical CenterAlt + F2Align objects to vertical center of last selected object.
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Align Copy Vertical CenterAlt + Shift + 2Align a copy of selected objects to vertical center of last selected object.
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Align BottomAlt + F3Align all objects to the bottom edge of the last selected object.
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Align Copy BottomAlt + Shift + F3Align a copy of all selected objects to the bottom edge of the last selected object.
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Distribute Objects VerticallyAlt + F4Distribute objects equally on vertical axis.
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Align Left to RightCtrl + Shift + 1Align left edge to the right edge of the last selected object.
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Align Right to LeftCtrl + Shift + 3Align right edge to the left edge of the last selected object.
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Align Top to BottomCtrl + Shift + F1Align top edge to the bottom edge of the last selected object.
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Align Bottom to TopCtrl + Shift + F3Align bottom edge to the top edge of the last selected object.
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Copy Object PositionUser definedCopy the position of the selected object.
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Paste Object PositionUser definedSet the position of the selected object to the previously copied position.
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Resize Shortcuts go to top
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Same WidthAlt + BResize width of selected objects to the width of the last selected object.
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Same Width Keep RatioCtrl + Shift + BResize width of selected objects to the width of the last selected object while keeping the aspect ratio.
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Same HeightAlt + HResize height of selected objects to the height of the last selected object.
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Same Height Keep RatioCtrl + Shift + HResize width of selected objects to the width of the last selected object while keeping the aspect ratio.
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Same Width as HeightUser definedResize width to the height of the last selected object.
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Same Height as WidthUser definedResize height to the width of the last selected object.
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Resize Width to Left EdgeCtrl + 1Resize width to the left edge of the last selected object.
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Resize Width to Right EdgeCtrl + 3Resize width to the right edge of the last selected object.
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Resize Height to Top EdgeCtrl + F1Resize height to the top edge of the last selected object.
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Resize Height to Bottom EdgeCtrl + F3Resize height to the bottom edge of the last selected object.
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Increase Width Big StepAlt + Increase width at right edge in a big step.
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Decrease Width Big StepAlt + Decrease width at right edge in a big step.
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Increase Height Big StepAlt + Increase height at bottom edge in a big step.
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Decrease Height Big StepAlt + Decrease height at bottom edge in a big step.
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Increase Size Big StepAlt + Shift + Increase size of selected objects in a big step with keeping aspect ratio constant.
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Decrease Size Big StepAlt + Shift + Decrease size of selected objects in a big step with keeping aspect ratio constant.
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Increase Width Small StepAlt + Ctrl + Increase width at right edge in a small step.
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Decrease Width Small StepAlt + Ctrl + Decrease width at right edge in a small step.
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Increase Height Small StepAlt + Ctrl + Increase height at bottom edge in a small step.
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Decrease Height Small StepAlt + Ctrl + Decrease height at bottom edge in a small step.
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Object Shortcuts go to top
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Insert RectangleAlt + NInsert a new rectangle.
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Insert SquareAlt + Shift + NInsert a new square.
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Insert CircleAlt + OInsert a new circle.
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Insert LineAlt + lInsert a new line.
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Insert TextboxAlt + TInsert new textbox.
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CopyAlt + CUse this shortcut to assign a more convenient shortcut to the copy command.
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CutAlt + XUse this shortcut to assign a more convenient shortcut to the cut command.
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Duplicate Objects RightAlt + RDuplicate selected objects to the right.
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Duplicate Objects LeftAlt + Shift + RDuplicate selected objects to the left.
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Duplicate Objects DownAlt + DDuplicate selected objects downwards.
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Duplicate Objects UpAlt + Shift + DDuplicate selected objects upwards.
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Send to BackAlt + Shift + BSend selected objects to the back.
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Bring to FrontAlt + Shift + FBring selected objects to the front.
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Send BackwardUser definedSend selected objects one layer backward.
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Bring ForwardUser definedBring selected objects on layer forward.
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Group ObjectsAlt + QGroup selected objects.
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Ungroup ObjectsAlt + WUngroup selected objects.
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Regroup ObjectsAlt + ERegroup selected objects.
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Deselect Reference ObjectAlt + §Deselects the last selected object of the current object selection.
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Select Objects in Same ColumnCtrl + §Select objects with the left edge on the same axis as the selected object.
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Select Objects in Same RowCtrl + >Select objects with the top edge on the same axis as the selected object.
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Insert ArrowUser definedInsert a new arrow.
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Insert Notched ArrowUser definedInsert a new notched arrow.
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Transfer Arrow AngleUser definedTransfer arrow angle from last selected arrow to the other selected arrows.
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Save Default Arrow AngleUser definedSave default arrow angle.
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Reset to Default Arrow AngleUser definedSet arrow angle to the saved default value.
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Insert Rounded RectangleUser definedInsert new rounded rectangle.
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Transfer Rounded Rectangle Corner RadiusUser definedTransfer rounded rectangle corner radius from last selected object to the other selected objects.
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Save Default Rounded Rectangle Corner RadiusUser definedSave default rounded rectangle corner radius.
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Reset Rounded Rectangle to Default Corner RadiusUser definedSet rounded ractangle radius to the saved default value.
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Set Vertical Object OrderAlt + SSet vertical order of objects according to selection sequence.
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Set Horizontal Object OrderAlt + Shift + SSet horizontal order of objects according to selection sequence.
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Split Object HorizontallyUser definedSplits an objects horizontally into n smaller objects.
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Split Object VerticallyAlt + ,Splits an objects vertically into n smaller objects.
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Paste Object to Slide SelectionUser definedPastes the object in the clipboard on all selected slides.
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Remove Objects from Slide SelectionUser definedRemoves indicated object from all selected slides.
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Align Object NodesUser definedAdjust object nodes.
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Object Specific AdjustmentsUser definedAdjust object spcific adjustments.
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Format Shortcuts go to top
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Toggle Fill Color Black and WhiteAlt + KToggle fill color between black and white.
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Toggle Fill Color GreyAlt + Shift + GToggle fill color of selected objects in four different greys.
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Set Fill ColorAlt + GSet fill color of selected objects according to preset color scheme of the slide master.
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Set Line ColorAlt + LSet line color of selected objects according to preset color scheme of the slide master.
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Set Text ColorAlt + Shift + TSet text color of selected objects according to preset color scheme of the slide master.
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Format PainterAlt + FSelect format painter.
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SuperscriptAlt + JEnable / disable super script fomatting.
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SubscriptAlt + Shift + JEnable / disable sub script fomatting.
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Increase Font SizeAlt + Shift + IIncrease font size.
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Decrease Font SizeAlt + Shift + DDecrease font size.
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Text Shortcuts go to top
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Clear Textbox FormatUser definedReset textbox format to standard formatting (margins, alignment, etc.).
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Transfer Textbox FormatUser definedTransfer textbox format from first selected textbox to the other textboxes.
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Addup Selected TextfieldsAlt + AAddup numeric values in selected textfields.
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Paste Formatted TextAlt + Shift + VPaste text formatted.
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Paste Unformatted TextAlt + VPaste text unformatted.
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Increase Space before ParagraphUser definedIncrease space before paragraph.
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Decrease Space before ParagraphUser definedDecrease space before paragraph.
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Text Alignment TopUser definedSet text alignment to top.
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Text Alignment MiddleUser definedSet text alignment to middle.
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Text Alignment BottomUser definedSet text alignment to bottom.
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Text Alignment LeftCtrl + LSet text alignment to left.
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Text Alignment CenterCtrl + ESet text alignment to center.
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Text Alignment RightCtrl + RSet text alignment to right.
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Replace Text with DotsAlt + .Replace text of selected objects with ‘…’.
PowerPoint ShortcutTools Slide Shortcuts go to top
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Toggle ZoomF1Toggle between zoom fit and default zoom.
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Toggle Slide SorterF8Toggle between normal view and slide sorter view.
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Start SlideshowF4Start slide show from current slide.
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Toggle Show GridlinesShift + F9Toggle show gridlines.
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Toggle Show GuidesAlt + F9Toggle show guides.
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Toggle Snap to GridUser definedToggle snap to grid.
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Copy Current SlideAlt + Shift + CCopy current slide.
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Print Current SlideAlt + PPrint current slide.
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Print Selected SlidesAlt + Shift + PPrint selected slides.
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Move Slides to BackupUser definedMove selected slides to backup.
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Sort Selected SlidesUser definedSorts the selected slides acording to the selection order.
PowerPoint Built-in Shortcuts go to top
Group ObjectsCtrl + G
Ungroup ObjectsCtrl + Shift + G
Show Or Hide GridShift + F9
Show Or Hide GuidesAlt + F9
Change Grid Or Guide SettingsCtrl + G
Show Autoshape Menu And Insert ShapeAlt + UCtrl + Enter
Insert Perfect Squares Press shift first, start drawing figure
Move Selection In Specific DirectionCtrl + Arrow
ZoomCtrl + mouse wheel
Duplicate SelectedshapesCtrl + D
Draw Multiple Similar Figures Double-click corresponding toolbar icon
Repeatlast Action F4
Activate Menu BarF10
Context MenuShift + F10 or Windows special key
Work With Presentations
Create New PresentationCtrl + N
Insert New Slide Ctrl + M
Duplicate Selected Slide Ctrl + D
Open A Presentations Ctrl + O
Close Presentation Ctrl + W
Print Presentation Ctrl + P
Save Presentation Ctrl + S
Quit Powerpoint Alt + F4
Find Text Ctrl + F
Replace Text Ctrl + H
Repeat The Last Find ActionShift + F4
Insert A Hyperlink Ctrl + K
Undo An Action Ctrl + Z
Redo Or Repeat An Action Ctrl + Y
Switch To The Next Pane F6
Switch To The Previous Pane Shift + F6
Cancel An ActionEsc
Save AsF12
SaveShift + F12
Open PresentationCtrl + F12
PrintCtrl + Shift + F12
Display Visual Basic Code Alt + F11
Text Operations
Delete One Word To The Left Ctrl + Backspace
Delete One Word To The Right Ctrl + Del
Cut Selected Object Ctrl + X
Copy Selected Object Ctrl + C
Paste Cut Or Copied Object Ctrl + V
Move Cursor One Word To The LeftCtrl +
Move Cursor One Word To The RightCtrl +
Change Letter Case (Toggles Through Sentence Case, Lowercase, And Uppercase)Shift + F3
Center ParagraphCtrl + E
Justify ParagraphCtrl + J
Left Align ParagraphCtrl + L
Right Align ParagraphCtrl + R
Promote ParagraphAlt + Shift +
Demote ParagraphAlt + Shift +
Move Selected Paragraphs UpAlt + Shift +
Move Selected Paragraphs DownAlt + Shift +
Format Font StyleCtrl + T
Change Font SizeCtrl + Shift + P
Increase Font SizeCtrl + Shift + >
Decrease Font SizeCtrl + Shift + <
Apply Bold FormattingCtrl + B
Apply An UnderlineCtrl + U
Apply Italic FormattingCtrl + I
Apply Subscript FormattingCtrl + =
Apply Superscript FormattingCtrl + Shift + +
Remove Manual Character FormattingCtrl + Space
Copy FormatsCtrl + Shift + C
Paste FormatsCtrl + Shift + V
Insert A Tab In A Table CellCtrl + Tab
Addnew Row At The Bottom Of A TableTab at the end of the last row
Check SpellingF7
Find Next Misspelling (Automatic Spell Checking Enabled)Shift + F7
Selection
Select Next Object (With An Object Selected) Tab or Shift + Tab
Select Text Within Selected ObjectEnter
Select All Objects Ctrl + A (in slide pane)
Select All Slides Ctrl + A (in slide sorter view)
Select All Text Ctrl + A (in text field)
Move To The End Of A LineEnd
Move To The Beginning Of A LineHome
Move Up One ParagraphCtrl +
Move Down One ParagraphCtrl +
Control Slide Shows
Start Slideshow From Current SlideShift + F5
Slideshow From BeginningF5
Perform Next Animation Or Advance Tonext Slide Enter,Page down, , , space or mouse click
Perform Previous Animation Or Return Toprevious Slide P, Page Up, , , or Backspace
Go To Slide [Number]number + Enter
Display A Black Screen, Or Return To Slide Show From Black Screen B or .
Display A White Screen, Or Return To The Slide Show From A White Screen W or ,
Stop Or Restart Automatic Slide Show Shift or +
End Slideshow Esc or Ctrl + Break or
Erase On-Screen Annotations E
Go To Next Hidden Slide H
Set New Timings While Rehearsing T
Use Original Timings While Rehearsing O
Use Mouse-Click To Advance While Rehearsing M
Return To First Slide Home or both mouse buttons for 2 seconds
Redisplay Hidden Pointer And/Or Change The Pointer To A Pen Ctrl + P
Redisplay Hidden Pointer And/Or Change The Pointer To An Arrow Ctrl + A
Hidepointer And Button Immediately Ctrl + H
Hidepointer And Button In 15 Seconds Ctrl + U
Display Shortcut Menu Shift + F10 or right-click or special windows key
Go To First Or Next Hyperlink On Slide Tab
Go To Last Or Previous Hyperlink On Slide Shift + Tab
Perform ‘Mouse Click’ Behavior Of Selected Hyperlink Enter while hyperlink is selected
Perform ‘Mouse Over’ Behavior Of Selected HyperlinkShift + Enter while hyperlink is selected
Display List Of ControlsF1

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