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Easy Shortcuts for MS PowerPoint

MS PowerPoint provides a number of useful keyboard shortcuts to carry out tasks quickly and in an easier way. Here are some shortcuts includes PowerPoint formatting, editing and file and document tasks. Moreover, after you have created a PowerPoint slideshow, you can make use of many shortcut keys to perform actions after running a slide show.

PowerPoint Formatting Shortcuts

Bold -> Ctrl + B
Italic -> Ctrl + I
Underline -> Ctrl + U
Center -> Ctrl + E
Left Align -> Ctrl + L
Right Align -> Ctrl + R
Justify -> Ctrl + J
Normal -> Ctrl + space-bar

PowerPoint Editing Shortcuts

Undo -> Ctrl +Z
Cut -> Ctrl +X
Copy -> Ctrl +C
Paste -> Ctrl+ V
Select All -> Ctrl+ A
Find -> Ctrl +F
Replace -> Ctrl +H

PowerPoint File and Document Shortcuts

New -> Ctrl +N
Open -> Ctrl +O
Save -> Ctrl +S
Print -> Ctrl +P
Help -> F1
New Slide -> Ctrl +M

General Shortcuts

Open a Presentation -> Ctrl + O
Create New -> Ctrl + N
Save a Presentation -> Ctrl + S
Print a Presentation -> Ctrl + P
Close a Presentation -> Ctrl + W
Insert a New Slide -> Ctrl + M

PowerPoint Slide Show Shortcuts

Start a slide show F5
Advance to the next slide N
Perform the next animation Enter, Page Down, right arrow, down arrow, or spacebar
Go back to the previous slide P
Repeat the previous animation Page Up, left arrow, up arrow, or Backspace
Go to a specific slide Type the slide number and then press Enter
Display a black screen B
Display a white screen W
End a slide show Esc
Go to the next hidden slide H
Display a pen cursor Ctrl +P
Display an arrow cursor Ctrl +A
Hide the cursor Ctrl +H

Above-mentioned shortcut keys will help you in performing actions in PowerPoint easily. In some cases. PowerPoint file gets corrupt or damaged. In such case, if you wish to fix them, then make use of Remo Repair PowerPoint utility that efficiently fix corrupt or damaged PowerPoint Presentations in few simple mouse clicks.

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Easy Shortcuts for MS PowerPoint was last modified: July 24th, 2013 by Tony Landry

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