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3/18/2019

15 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Power Point Users

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15 Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft Power point Users
Keyboard illustration (pixabay.com)

Of all programs in Microsoft Office, PowerPoint can be one of the programs that contain the most ' elements of art '. Therefore, PowerPoint is generally used to display presentations, so that presentations are more comfortable and easy to understand.

So that you can work more easily and efficiently in PowerPoint, it doesn't hurt if you focus your attention on 15 shortcuts on the keyboard, which we collected from PC World, Monday (03/17/2016).

The 15 shortcuts allow you to have more control over PowerPoint. Without further ado, see more fully the following.

  • F6 : Move clockwise between the available panels.
  • F4 : Repeat the last action.
  • Shift + F6 : Move counterclockwise between the available panels.
  • Alt + Shift + Left Arrow : Move one paragraph up.
  • Alt + Shift + Right Arrow : Move one paragraph down.
  • Alt + Shift + Down Arrow : Move selected paragraph down.
  • Alt + Shift + Up Arrow : Move selected paragraph up.
  • Ctrl + Shift + > : Increase font size.
  • Ctrl + Shift + CTRL + M : Add a new slide.
  • Alt + Shift + F9 : Displays / hides the ruler.
  • Shift + F3 : Sets the writing of letters, for example, when you type "iMHLE middLE of a Gun FIGht", by pressing Shift + F3, several options will appear, such as "In the middle of a gun fight", "IN THE MIDDLE OF A GUN FIGHT ", or" in the middle of a gun fight ".
  • Ctrl + Home : Moves directly to the beginning of the first word in the text container.
  • Ctrl + End : Moves directly to the end of the last word in the text container.
  • Alt + Right Arrow Sign : Rotates the selected slide object 15 degrees clockwise.
  • Alt + Left Arrow Sign : Rotates the selected slide object 15 degrees counterclockwise

Note: This shortcut will work in PowerPoint 2013 and 2016.

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