We suspect that most of the students are typing in Word. For you - a list of functions that reduce the time of working with text (suddenly, who does not know these combinations).
1.You can quickly insert the date using the Shift Alt D key combination. The date will be inserted in the format DD.MM.YY. The same operation can be done over time using the Shift Alt T combination.
2. If you do not already own the blind typing method, then CAPS LOCK can play a cruel joke with you. By accidentally turning it on and not looking at the screen, you can type a mountain of text that will have to be deleted and rewritten from scratch because of one pressed button. But by selecting the desired text and pressing Shift F3, you quickly change the case from uppercase to lowercase.
Usually, if you move the cursor with the arrows, it moves one letter at a time. To speed up its movement, hold down the Ctrl key together with the arrow.
4. A very useful feature that allows you to highlight inconsistent pieces of text. Hold Ctrl and select the pieces of text you want.
5. If you use copy and paste (and you probably do), then most likely you know about the extended clipboard in Word. If not, then it is called by clicking on the button of the same name and shows everything that you copied to the clipboard during the work.
6.If you are doing a manual, a review of the service, or you just need to insert a screenshot into Word, this can be done very simply using the appropriate tool. Click on the "Snapshot" button and Word will show all active windows. By clicking on any of them, you will get a screenshot of this window.
7. Enabling hyphens can improve the readability of your text and also save you from long white space between words. You can arrange them yourself or entrust it to a computer. The button is located in the "Page Layout" - "Hyphenation" menu.
8. You can add a watermark to your document for extra protection. To do this, go to the "Design" menu and select the "Underlay" item. There are four standard templates in Word, you can also create your own.
9. A very useful function that allows you to duplicate the last command. If you press F4, then Word will repeat the last command you made. This can be entering text, sequentially deleting several lines, applying styles for different sections of text, and much more.
10. Putting stress in Word is as easy as shelling pears. To do this, place the cursor after the letter to be stressed, and hold down the Alt 769 key combination. Important: numbers must be pressed on the numeric keypad to the right.
11.The top ribbon with buttons can be customized very flexibly. To do this, go to the menu "File" - "Options" - "Customize the Ribbon". Here you can add features that were not there before and remove those that are not needed. Moreover, you can delete or create your own tabs with functions.
12.Quick selection of a large chunk of text
To quickly select a large piece of text, place the cursor at its beginning and click with the mouse while holding down Shift at the end of the fragment. Saves time and nerves in situations where you have to select several sheets at once.
13.Quickly navigate through the document
There are several combinations that greatly speed up document navigation:
Ctrl Alt Page Down - next page;
Ctrl Alt Page Up - previous page;
Ctrl Home - move to the top of the document;
Ctrl End - guess yourself. :)
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14.Ctrl Enter allows you to instantly create a new leaf, instead of holding Enter with one hand, while the other is brewing tea.
15. By default, Word saves all files to the Documents folder. In order to change this, go to the menu "File" - "Options" - "Save". In the "Default Local File Location" line, select the folder you need. In the same menu, you can configure the default document format, autosave and much more.
16. In order to return the text to its original formatting, press the Ctrl Spacebar key combination.
17. If you are a big fan of Microsoft and Word in particular, you can even use it as a task manager. However, first you have to try a little. Right-click on the Feature Ribbon at the top and select Customize Ribbon. In the right column, enable the only disabled tab "Developer".
Go to the "Developer" tab that appears and find the "Checkbox" element, which has a checkmark (why not). Now, by clicking on the checkbox, you can create task lists and mark them as completed.
18. If you accidentally mess up your list, you can select the text vertically. To do this, hold Alt and use the mouse cursor to select.
19.And it's not even worth talking about it, why is it needed. In our age, when information has become the main weapon, it never hurts to have additional protection. To protect a document with a password, go to the "File" tab and select the "Protect document" option. Now feel free to create a password, but remember that if you forget it, you will not be able to recover it.
20.Completes the list of vfktymrbq trick. If before, in order to open Word, you created a new document or looked for it in the Start menu, now this is in the past. Press the Windows R key combination and enter winword in the window that appears. If you do not use the command line for other commands, then the next time you press Windows R, the command to start Word will automatically load and all you have to do is press Enter.
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