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How to Create a New Folder using Windows Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Usually we create new folder in windows by right clicking and then going to

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New –> Folder. But how to create a new folder using keyboard shortcuts?
Hold down Alt key + F, then let go of the Alt key and press W + F. This will create new folder. icon smile How to Create a New Folder using Windows Keyboard Shortcut Keys

The above step works for Windows Xp, Vista and Windows 7.But Windows 7 is very much user friendly.Just press Ctrl + Shift + N to create a new folder instantly in Windows 7. icon wink How to Create a New Folder using Windows Keyboard Shortcut Keys

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Microsoft Word shortcut keys – Part 1

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Ctrl + A : Select all contents of the page.
Ctrl + B : Bold highlighted selection.
Ctrl + C : Copy selected text.
Ctrl + X : Cut selected text.
Ctrl + P : Open the print window.
Ctrl + F : Open find box.
Ctrl + I : Italic highlighted selection.
Ctrl + K : Insert link.
Ctrl + U : Underline highlighted selection.
Ctrl + V : Paste.
Ctrl + Y : Redo the last action performed.
Ctrl + Z : Undo last action.
Ctrl + L: Aligns the line or selected text to the left of the screen.
Ctrl + E : Aligns the line or selected text to the center of the screen.
Ctrl + R : Aligns the line or selected text to the right of the screen.
Ctrl + M : Indent the paragraph.
Ctrl + Shift + F : Change the font.
Ctrl + Del : Deletes word to right of cursor.
Ctrl + Backspace : Deletes word to left of cursor.
Ctrl + End : Moves the cursor to the end of the document.
Ctrl + Home : Moves the cursor to the beginning of the document.
Ctrl + Spacebar : Reset highlighted text to the default font.
Ctrl + 1 : Single-space lines.
Ctrl + 2 : Double-space lines.
Ctrl + 5 : 1.5-line spacing.
Ctrl + Alt + 1 : Changes text to heading 1.
Ctrl + Alt + 2 : Changes text to heading 2.
Ctrl + Alt + 3 : Changes text to heading 3.
Ctrl + F1 : Open the Task Pane.
F1 : Open Help.
Alt + Ctrl + F2 : Open new document.
Ctrl + F2 : Display the print preview.
Shift + F3 : Change the text in Microsoft Word from upper to lower case or a capital letter at the beginning of every word.
Shift + Insert : Paste.
F4 : Repeat the last action performed (Word 2000+)
F5 : Open the find, replace, and go to window in Microsoft Word.
Ctrl + Shift + F6 : Opens to another open Microsoft Word document.
F7 : Spell and grammar check selected text and/or document.
Shift + F7 : Runs a Thesaurus check on the word highlighted.
F12 : Save as.
Shift + F12 : Save.
Ctrl + Shift + F12 : Prints the document.
Alt + Shift + D : Insert the current date.
Alt + Shift + T : Insert the current time.

Microsoft Word shortcut keys – Part 2
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This is the Continuation of the Microsoft Word shortcut keys – Part 1

Menus and toolbars

Alt or F1o: selects menu bar, or closes an open menu and submenu at the same time.
Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+Shift+Tab: select a task pane or toolbar after pressing F1o or Alt to select the menu bar. Pressing the keys repeatedly moves the focus among the open toolbars, menu bars, and task pane.
Tab or Shift+Tab: selects next or previous button or menu after a menu bar or toolbar is selected.
Enter: opens selected menu, or performs the action for the selected button or command.
Shift+FIO: displays shortcuts menu for the selected item.
Alt+spacebar: display the title bar shortcut menu.
Down arrow or up arrow: selects next or previous command when menu or submenu is open.
Left arrow or right arrow: selects menu to left or right. Switches between main menu and submenu is open.
Home or end: selects first or last command on menu or submenu.
Esc: closes open menu. Close only submenu when submenu is open.
Shift+down arrow: opens selected menu.
Ctrl+down arrow: display full set of commands when shortened menu is open.
Alt+ctrl+=: adds a toolbar button to a menu. Use this shortcut combo and then click a toolbar button to add the button to the appropriate menu. E.g., clicking Bullets button on formatting toolbar adds Bullets command to format menu.
Alt+Ctr+-: removes commands from a menu. Use this shortcut combo and then select a menu command to remove it.
Alt+Ctrl++: customizes shortcut key for a menu command. Use this shortcut combo and then select a menu command: the Customize keyboard dialog box opens so you can add, change, or removes the shortcuts key.

TASK PANES

Ctrl+F1: opens task pane or hides current tast pane.
F6: activate currently open task pane window.
Ctrl+Tab: activate task pane window when a menu or toolbar is active (Pressing Ctrl+Tab more than once may be required at times)
Ctrl+spacebar: open task pane menu.
Alt+ Home: goes to the getting started task pane.
Alt+Left arrow: reverses sequence of task panes you open.
Alt+right arrow: repeats sequence of task panes you open.
Esc: closes a menu if one is currently open, or go back to the document.
Tab or Shift+Tab: select a next or previous option in the task pane when a task pane is active.
Down arrow or up arrow: moves among choices in a selected submenu: moves among certain option in a group of option.
Spacebar or Enter: opens selected menu, or performs the action assigned to selected button.
Shift+F1o: opens a shortcut menu in a document: open a drop-down menu for the selected gallery item.
Home or End: selects first or last command on the menu or submenu when a menu or submenu is visible.
Page up or page down: scrolls up or down in selected gallery list.
Ctrl+Right arrow or Ctrl+ Left arrow: expands or collapses a collapsible item in gallery list.
Ctrl+Home or Ctrl+End: moves to top or bottom of selected gallery list.

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