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These Are The Best Computer Shortcuts You Really Need To Know

Advice To All JAMB CBT Candidates
Written by Frank Steward

Computer Shortcuts has been the major issues of some persons. Be rest assured that this happens to one of the most important things you really need to know. When you take your time to know this, it will really go a long way to help you when you meet a computer again.

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Computers Shortcuts

Computers Shortcuts

Considering the fact that we are in the Jet age, Most of the examinations now are all CBT which is fully known as Computer Based Test. Knowing the shortcut keys will give you the upper hand. Below are the respective computer shortcuts you ought yo know.

Respective Computer Shortcuts You Ought To Know

  • Ctrl + A – Select All
  • Ctrl + B – Bold
  • Ctrl + C – Copy
  • Ctrl + D – Fill
  • Ctrl + F – Find
  • Ctrl + G – Find next instance of text
  • Ctrl + H – Replace
  • Ctrl + I – Italic
  • Ctrl + K – Insert a hyperlink
  • Ctrl + N – New workbook
  • Ctrl + O – Open
  • Ctrl + P – Print
  • Ctrl + R – Nothing right
  • Ctrl + S – Save
  • Ctrl + U – Underlined
  • Ctrl + V – Paste
  • Ctrl W – Close
  • Ctrl + X – Cut
  • Ctrl + Y – Repeat
  • Ctrl + Z – Cancel
  • F1 – Help
  • F2 – Edition
  • F3 – Paste the name
  • F4 – Repeat the last action
  • F4 – When entering a formula, switch between absolute/relative references
  • F5 – Goto
  • F6 – Next Pane
  • F7 – Spell Check
  • F8 – Extension of the mode
  • F9 – Recalculate all workbooks
  • F10 – Activate Menubar
  • F11 – New graph
  • F12 – Save As
  • Ctrl +: – Insert the current time
  • Ctrl +; – Insert the current date
  • Ctrl + “- Copy the value of the cell above
  • Ctrl + ‘- Copy the formula from the cell above
  • Shift – Offset Adjustment for Additional Functions in the Excel Menu
  • Shift + F1 – What is it?
  • Shift + F2 – Edit cell comment
  • Shift + F3 – Paste the function into the formula
  • Shift + F4 – Search Next
  • Shift + F5 – Find
  • Shift + F6 – Previous Panel
  • Shift + F8 – Add to the selection
  • Shift + F9 – Calculate the active worksheet
  • Shift + F10 – Popup menu display
  • Shift + F11 – New spreadsheet
  • Shift + F12 – Save
  • Ctrl + F3 – Set name
  • Ctrl + F4 – Close
  • Ctrl + F5 – XL, size of the restore window
  • Ctrl + F6 – Next Workbook Window
  • Shift + Ctrl + F6 – Previous Workbook Window
  • Ctrl + F7 – Move window
  • Ctrl + F8 – Resize Window
  • Ctrl + F9 – Minimize the workbook
  • Ctrl + F10 – Maximize or Restore Window
  • Ctrl + F11 – Inset 4.0 Macro sheet
  • Ctrl + F1 – Open File
  • Alt + F1 – Insert a graph
  • Alt + F2 – Save As
  • Alt + F4 – Output
  • Alt + F8 – Macro dialog
  • Alt + F11 – Visual Basic Editor
  • Ctrl + Shift + F3 – Create a name using the names of row and column labels
  • Ctrl + Shift + F6 – Previous Window
  • Ctrl + Shift + F12 – Printing
  • Alt + Shift + F1 – New spreadsheet
  • Alt + Shift + F2 – Save
  • Alt + = – AutoSum
  • Ctrl + `- Toggle value / display of the formula
  • Ctrl + Shift + A – Insert the argument names in the formula
  • Alt + down arrow – automatic view list
  • Alt + ‘- Format Style Dialog
  • Ctrl + Shift + ~ – General Format

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