Keyboard Shortcuts

A long way can be made short, if only you know the short cut. That’s a lot easier to reach a destination. Get it down to your laptop or desktop, I have got all the short keys and their functions for you. One good thing about knowing these PC shortkeys or you call it shortcuts is that, is that it saves a lot of time and stress-free.

The keys on a laptop keyboard all got a function when you press them, also when you cross press with other keys. The control button is very needed, that button really controls a lot of things in a system. Also, the Shift button, the Alt button and the Windows button all got something to offer. Check down the list, you can save the page for reference purposes. 

Keyboard Shortcuts

Laptops & Computers Important Shortkeys and There Functions💻💻

  1. Ctrl+A – Select All
  2. Ctrl+B – Bold
  3. Ctrl+C – Copy
  4. Ctrl+D – Fill Down
  5. Ctrl+F – Find
  6. Ctrl+G – Goto
  7. Ctrl+H – Replace
  8. Ctrl+I – Italic
  9. Ctrl+K – Insert Hyperlink
  10. Ctrl+N – New Workbook
  11. Ctrl+O – Open
  12. Ctrl+P – Print
  13. Ctrl+R – Fill Right
  14. Ctrl+S – Save
  15. Ctrl+U – Underline
  16. Ctrl+V – Paste
  17. Ctrl W – Close
  18. Ctrl+X – Cut
  19. Ctrl+Y – Repeat
  20. Ctrl+Z – Undo
  21. F1 – Help
  22. F2 – Edit
  23. F3 – Paste Name
  24. F4 – Repeat last action
  25. F4 – While typing a formula, switch between absolute/relative refs
  26. F5 – Goto
  27. F6 – Next Panel
  28. F7 – Spell check
  29. F8 – Extend mode
  30. F9 – Recalculate all workbooks
  31. F10 – Activate Menu bar
  32. F11 – New Chart
  33. F12 – Save As
  34. Ctrl+: – Insert Current Time
  35. Ctrl+; – Insert Current Date
  36. Ctrl+” – Copy Value from Cell Above
  37. Ctrl+’ – Copy Formula from Cell Above
  38. Shift – Hold down shift for additional functions in Excel’s menu
  39. Shift+F1 – What’s This?
  40. Shift+F2 – Edit cell comment
  41. Shift+F3 – Paste function into formula
  42. Shift+F4 – Find Next
  43. Shift+F5 – Find
  44. Shift+F6 – Previous Panel
  45. Shift+F8 – Add to selection
  46. Shift+F9 – Calculate active worksheet
  47. Shift+F10 – Display shortcut menu
  48. Shift+F11 – New worksheet
  49. Ctrl+F3 – Define name
  50. Ctrl+F4 – Close
  51. Ctrl+F5 – XL, Restore window size
  52. Ctrl+F6 – Next workbook window
  53. Shift+Ctrl+F6 – Previous workbook window
  54. Ctrl+F7 – Move window
  55. Ctrl+F8 – Resize window
  56. Ctrl+F9 – Minimize workbook
  57. Ctrl+F10 – Maximize or restore window
  58. Ctrl+F11 – Inset 4.0 Macro sheet
  59. Ctrl+F1 – File Open
  60. Alt+F1 – Insert Chart
  61. Alt+F2 – Save As
  62. Alt+F4 – Exit
  63. Alt+Down arrow – Display AutoComplete list
  64. Alt+’ – Format Style dialog box
  65. Ctrl+Shift+~ – General format
  66. Ctrl+Shift+! – Comma format
  67. Ctrl+Shift+@ – Time format
  68. Ctrl+Shift+# – Date format
  69. Ctrl+Shift+$ – Currency format
  70. Ctrl+Shift+% – Percent format
  71. Ctrl+Shift+^ – Exponential format
  72. Ctrl+Shift+& – Place outline border around selected cells
  73. Ctrl+Shift+_ – Remove outline border
  74. Ctrl+Shift+* – Select current region
  75. Ctrl++ – Insert
  76. Ctrl+- – Delete
  77. Ctrl+1 – Format cells dialog box
  78. Ctrl+2 – Bold
  79. Ctrl+3 – Italic
  80. Ctrl+4 – Underline
  81. Ctrl+5 – Strikethrough
  82. Ctrl+6 – Show/Hide objects
  83. Ctrl+7 – Show/Hide Standard toolbar
  84. Ctrl+8 – Toggle Outline symbols
  85. Ctrl+9 – Hide rows
  86. Ctrl+0 – Hide columns
  87. Ctrl+Shift+( – Unhide rows
  88. Ctrl+Shift+) – Unhide columns
  89. Alt or F10 – Activate the menu
  90. Ctrl+Tab – In toolbar: next toolbar
  91. Shift+Ctrl+Tab – In toolbar: previous toolbar
  92. Ctrl+Tab – In a workbook: activate next workbook
  93. Shift+Ctrl+Tab – In a workbook: activate previous workbook
  94. Tab – Next toolShift+Tab – Previous tool
  95. Enter – Do the command
  96. Shift+Ctrl+F – Font Drop down List
  97. Shift+Ctrl+F+F – Font tab of Format Cell Dialog box
  98. Shift+Ctrl+P – Point size Drop down List
  99. Ctrl + E – Align center
  100. Ctrl + J – justify
  101. Ctrl + L – align left
  102. Ctrl + R – align right
  103. Alt + Tab – switch applications
  104. Windows + P – Project screen
  105. Windows + E – open file explorer
  106. Windows + D – go to desktop
  107. Windows + M – minimize all windows
  108. Windows + S – search

Oh! It’s not just 108 shortkeys but can you remember the first key? Save this page by either copying the over 100 laptop or computer keyboard shortkeys or take a screenshot on your laptop or computer. 

Tell us more shortkeys you know and we will add it here.

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