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Thursday, July 29, 2010

PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts




Text Formatting











To do this: Windows Keyboard:
Change Font CTRL+Shift+F, then use up/down arrow keys, click Enter when done
Change Point Size CTRL+Shift+P, then use up/down arrow keys, click Enter when done
Increase Font Size CTRL+Shift+>
Decrease Font Size CTRL+Shift+<
Bold CTRL+B
Underline CTRL+U
Italic CTRL+I
Superscript ALT+CTRL+Shift+>
Subscript ALT+CTRL+Shift+<
Plain Text CTRL+Shift+Z
Spelling Checker F7
Center Paragraph CTRL+E
Justified Paragraph CTRL+J
Left-Aligned Paragraph CTRL+L
Right-Aligned Paragraph CTRL+R
Change Case Shift+F3 toggles selection through lower case, upper case, initial caps with each press of keys
Create Hyperlink CTRL+K

Deleting and Copying

Delete Character Left Backspace
Delete Word Left CTRL+Backspace
Delete Character Right Delete
Delete Word Right CTRL+Delete
Cut CTRL+X
Copy CTRL+C
Paste CTRL+V
Undo CTRL+Z
Create a copy of the text CTRL+Drag

Navigating in Text Blocks

Character Left Left Arrow
Character Right Right Arrow
Line Up Up Arrow
Line Down Down Arrow
Word Left CTRL+Left Arrow
Word Right CTRL+Right Arrow
End of Line END
Beginning of Line HOME
Paragraph Up CTRL+Up Arrow
Paragraph Down CTRL+Down Arrow
End of Text Block CTRL+END
Start of Text Block CTRL+HOME

Navigating and Working With Objects

To Previous Object TAB
To Next Object Shift+TAB
Select All Objects CTRL+A
Drag and Drop Copy CTRL+Select and Drag
Create a Duplicate Object CTRL+D
Create another Duplicate with same offset as first Duplicate CTRL+D, move new copy to desired location, then use CTRL+D repeatedly to create more copies

Outlining, in All Views

Promote Paragraph ALT+Shift+Left Arrow or
TAB from beginning of Paragraph
Demote Paragraph ALT+Shift+Right Arrow or Shift+TAB from beginning of Paragraph
Move Selected Paragraphs Up ALT+Shift+Up Arrow
Move Selected Paragraphs Down ALT+Shift+Down Arrow

Outlining, in Outline View

Collapse to Titles ALT+Shift+1
Expand Text under a heading ALT+Shift+Plus
Collapse Text Under a Heading ALT+Shift+Minus
Show All Text and Headings ALT+Shift+A
Display Character Formatting Keypad / (numlock off)

Selecting, in Text

Character Right Shift+Right Arrow
Character Left Shift+Left Arrow
End of Word CTRL+Shift+Right Arrow
Beginning of Word CTRL+Shift+Left Arrow
Line Up Shift+Up Arrow
Line Down Shift+Down Arrow
Select All CTRL+A or F2
Select Any Text Drag with left mouse button depressed
Select Word Double-Click
Select Paragraph Triple-Click
Drag and Drop Select and Drag
Drag and Drop Copy CTRL+Select and Drag

Working with Slides and Presentation Files

New Presentation CTRL+N
Open a Presentation CTRL+O, CTRL+F12
Save CTRL+S, F12
Save As F12
Print CTRL+P
Find CTRL+F
Replace CTRL+H
New Slide (menu) CTRL+M
New Slide like last one, no menu Shift+CTRL+M
Exit/Quit CTRL+Q or ALT F4
Move from Title to Text CTRL+Enter
Move from Body text to Title of Next Slide CTRL+Enter

Working with Presentation Windows

Go to Previous Window CTRL+Shift+F6
Go to Next Window CTRL+F6
Size Presentation Window
(Un-Maximize)
ALT+F5
Maximize Application Window ALT+F10
Maximize Presentation Window CTRL+F10
Restore Presentation Window to Previous Size CTRL+F5
Put Presentation in its own Window CTRL+F5

Drawing & Formatting

Show/Hide Guides (toggle) CTRL+G
Switch from Normal View to Master View Shift+Click Slide View Button
Group CTRL+Shift+G
Ungroup CTRL+Shift+H
Regroup CTRL+Shift+J
Resize while Maintaining Proportions Shift+Resize
Resize from Center CTRL+Resize
Resize from Center while Maintaining Proportions CTRL+Shift+Resize
Rotate in 15 degree increments Shift+Rotate tool
Rotate from Corner CTRL+Rotate tool
Rotate in 15 degree increments from Corner Shift+CTRL+Rotate tool
Extend Line along same angle Shift+Resize
Make Straight Segment while Using Curve Tool CTRL+ALT+click (using curve tool)
Nudge object one grid unit Arrow Key
Nudge object one pixel CTRL+Arrow Key
Temporarily Release Grid/Guide Snap ALT
Create Multiple Guides CTRL+Drag Guide

Controlling Slides in Slide Show

Go to Slide ENTER
Black/Unblack Screen B or Period
White/Unwhite Screen W or Comma
Show/Hide Pointer A or =
End Show ESC, CTRL+Break, Minus, END
Erase Screen Annotations E
Advance to Hidden Slide H
Advance to Next Slide Mouse Click, Spacebar, N, Right Arrow, Down Arrow, Page Down
Return to Previous Slide Backspace, P, Left Arrow, Up Arrow, Page Up

Getting Help & Programming Tools

Help F1
Menu and Dialog Explanations Shift+F1
Right Mouse Click without Mouse Shift+F10
Bring up Visual Basic Editor ALT+F11
Macro Recorder ALT+F8

Microsoft Excel shortcut keys

Below is a listing of all the major shortcut keys in Microsoft Excel. See our main shortcut page if you're looking for other shortcut keys used in other programs.



Shortcut KeysDescription
F2Edit the selected cell.
F5Go to a specific cell. For example, C6.
F7Spell check selected text and/or document.
F11Create chart.
Ctrl + Shift + ;Enter the current time.
Ctrl + ;Enter the current date.
Alt + Shift + F1Insert New Worksheet.
Shift + F3Open the Excel formula window.
Shift + F5Bring up search box.
Ctrl + ASelect all contents of the worksheet.
Ctrl + BBold highlighted selection.
Ctrl + IItalic highlighted selection.
Ctrl + KInsert link.
Ctrl + UUnderline highlighted selection.
Ctrl + 5Strikethrough highlighted selection.
Ctrl + PBring up the print dialog box to begin printing.
Ctrl + ZUndo last action.
Ctrl + F9Minimize current window.
Ctrl + F10Maximize currently selected window.
Ctrl + F6Switch between open workbooks / windows.
Ctrl + Page upMove between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + Page downMove between Excel work sheets in the same Excel document.
Ctrl + TabMove between Two or more open Excel files.
Alt + =Create a formula to sum all of the above cells
Ctrl + 'Insert the value of the above cell into cell currently selected.
Ctrl + Shift + !Format number in comma format.
Ctrl + Shift + $Format number in currency format.
Ctrl + Shift + #Format number in date format.
Ctrl + Shift + %Format number in percentage format.
Ctrl + Shift + ^Format number in scientific format.
Ctrl + Shift + @Format number in time format.
Ctrl + Arrow key Move to next section of text.
Ctrl + SpaceSelect entire colum
Shift + SpaceSelect entire row



Source:- http://www.computerhope.com

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Why Office 2010 won't support Windows XP 64-bit
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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

10 Best New Features in Microsoft Infopath 2010

Microsoft InfoPath 2010 allows great features to address the data quality issues. It has been designed to make information gathering more efficient by delivering electronic forms that reach the necessary participants easily, reduce redundant data entry and improve the quality of data collected. Infopath 2010 features fluent user interface that allows the creation of powerful, interactive forms, without having to write any code. Office users can customize SharePoint list forms and add custom layouts and rules to validate the data with just a few clicks and take them offline in Sharepoint Workspace. Professionals can create custom forms for document workflows and Office Business Applications that include managed code, digital signatures and connect to line of business data.

1. Quickly design forms with easy to use tools

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Features to help you create quickly and easily create forms include our new Fluent UI, out-of-the-box rules, improved rules management, pre-built layout sections, and varied styles. The New tab in the Designer Backstage allows you with the available form templates that you can choose from. The majority of templates start with the default layout table.

2. Pre-built page and sections layouts for more attractive forms

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Laying out the form and making it more attractive is easier than ever. You can insert a pre-built page layout to get a form structure. Insert some sections of the layout into the page layout and try building your form.

3. New and Improved controls

Infopath 2010 adds a number of new controls

  • Picture buttons
  • Hyperlink capabilities
  • Date and time picker
  • Person/Group pickers – Updated
  • Signature Line (Editor Only)

There are new supports in browser control

  • Bulleted, numbered, and plain lists
  • Multiple selection list boxes
  • Combo boxes
  • Choice group and sections
  • Filtering

4. Adding new rules to your Forms

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Infopath 2010 features new out-of-box rules or quick rules and improved rules management UI. With the quick rules you might easily add rules to validate data, format your form, perform other actions with just a couple of clicks and without any code.

5. Create SharePoint applications

Using Infopath 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, and SharePoint Designer 2010 you can easily create useful powerful team, departmental or enterpriseapplications. Three types of application that can be developed are

Form-based application

Infopath forms can be integrated with components such as workflow reporting and custom Webpages to create rich form-based applications

Document Workflow

Infopath can be used to design custom workflow initiation and task forms that drive document management processes

Business Connectivity Services

By integrating with BCS you can design InfoPath forms that create, read, update and delete business data from a back-end system.

6. Create forms for SharePoint lists

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In InfoPath you can extend as well as enhance the forms that you use for creating, editing and viewing items in a SharePoint list. To customize the form simply navigate to a SharePoint list and on the SharePoint Ribbon under List Tools, choose the Customize Form option. This would automatically generate a form that appears quite similar to the default out-of-box SharePoint list form.

You can easily customize and enhance this form by modifying the layout, creating additional views or pages, adding rules to validate your data, show or hide sections of the form or set a fields value.

7. Publish Forms Quickly

With the new quick publish feature you can publish forms in a single click. In the previous version, it required clicking through the Publishing Wizard every time you wanted to make an update the forms.

8. Creating InfoPath Form Web Part

Infopath 2010 allows you to host your InfoPath browser forms in Webpages by simply adding the InfoPath Form Web Part page. You can also connect it to other Web Parts on the page to send or receive data.

9. InfoPath Editor

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InfoPath 2010 Editor features a fluent user interface and provides an enhanced, simpler user experience for filling out forms.

10. InfoPath Forms Service Administration and Management

Applying the Visual Studio Tools for Applications you might add manged code to the forms.


Source:- http://blog.taragana.com

Common Microsoft Word 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts



Microsoft Word 2010 is the latest office suite from Microsoft office stable. I have compiled commonly used shortcut keys for Microsoft office 2010, to help MS Word fans. Please go through the below list of keyboard shortcuts. Also, do update in comments if you know some more.

ALT+CTRL+1 - Apply Heading 1 to the selected text
ALT+CTRL+2 - Apply Heading 2 to the selected text
ALT+CTRL+S - Splits the Document
ALT+F7 - Moves to the Next Misspelling
ALT+F8 - Inserts Macros
ALT+R - Displays the Review tab
ALT+SHIFT+BACKSPACE - Redo
ALT+SHIFT+F7 - Dictionary
ALT+SHIFT+K - Mail Merge Check
ALT+SHIFT+R - Header Footer Link
ALT+SHIFT+T - Time Field
ALT+T+A - Autocurrect
CTRL + V - Paste copied text
CTRL + B - Bold Text
CTRL + C - Copy text selection
CTRL + I - Italic Text
CTRL + L - Align selected text to the left
CTRL + U - Underline Text
CTRL + X - Cut the selected text
CTRL + Z - Undo
CTRL+] - Grow Font one point
CTRL+E - Align selected text to the centre
CTRL+END - Navigate to end of the Document
CTRL+H - Find and Replace word or sentence
CTRL+J - Justifies Paragraph
CTRL+K - Add hyperlink to the selected text
CTRL+M - Indentation of the selected text
CTRL+P - Print the document
CTRL+PAGE DOWN - Browse Next
CTRL+SHIFT+, - Reduce Font size for selected text
CTRL+SHIFT+. - Increase Fontsise for selected text
CTRL+SHIFT+A - converts the selected text to capital letters or vice versa
CTRL+SHIFT+C - Copy Format
CTRL+SHIFT+D - Double Underline
CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER- Column Break
CTRL+SHIFT+F - Displays the Font dialog box.
CTRL+SHIFT+F12 - Also launches Print
CTRL+SHIFT+F5 - Bookmark
CTRL+SHIFT+G - Displays the Word Count dialog box.
CTRL+SHIFT+K - Small Caps
CTRL+SHIFT+L - Applies Bullets
CTRL+SHIFT+M - Unindent the selection
CTRL+SHIFT+P - Font size select
CTRL+SHIFT+S - Displays the Apply Styles task pane.
CTRL+SHIFT+S - Style
END - End of line
F1 - Help window
F10 - Menu Mode
F12 - Save As
F5 - Goto page number
F7 - Spelling and grammar check
SHIFT+F5 - Go Back to previous state
ALT+CTRL+Z - Go Back to previous state
SHIFT+F7 - Thesaurus


Source:- Microsoft.com

Microsoft Word 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts




Microsoft Word 2010 is the latest office suite from Microsoft office stable. I have compiled commonly used shortcut keys for Microsoft office 2010, to help MS Word fans. Please go through the below list of keyboard shortcuts. Also, do update in comments if you know some more.

ALT+CTRL+1 - Apply Heading 1 to the selected text
ALT+CTRL+2 - Apply Heading 2 to the selected text
ALT+CTRL+S - Splits the Document
ALT+F7 - Moves to the Next Misspelling
ALT+F8 - Inserts Macros
ALT+R - Displays the Review tab
ALT+SHIFT+BACKSPACE - Redo
ALT+SHIFT+F7 - Dictionary
ALT+SHIFT+K - Mail Merge Check
ALT+SHIFT+R - Header Footer Link
ALT+SHIFT+T - Time Field
ALT+T+A - Autocurrect
CTRL + V - Paste copied text
CTRL + B - Bold Text
CTRL + C - Copy text selection
CTRL + I - Italic Text
CTRL + L - Align selected text to the left
CTRL + U - Underline Text
CTRL + X - Cut the selected text
CTRL + Z - Undo
CTRL+] - Grow Font one point
CTRL+E - Align selected text to the centre
CTRL+END - Navigate to end of the Document
CTRL+H - Find and Replace word or sentence
CTRL+J - Justifies Paragraph
CTRL+K - Add hyperlink to the selected text
CTRL+M - Indentation of the selected text
CTRL+P - Print the document
CTRL+PAGE DOWN - Browse Next
CTRL+SHIFT+, - Reduce Font size for selected text
CTRL+SHIFT+. - Increase Fontsise for selected text
CTRL+SHIFT+A - converts the selected text to capital letters or vice versa
CTRL+SHIFT+C - Copy Format
CTRL+SHIFT+D - Double Underline
CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER- Column Break
CTRL+SHIFT+F - Displays the Font dialog box.
CTRL+SHIFT+F12 - Also launches Print
CTRL+SHIFT+F5 - Bookmark
CTRL+SHIFT+G - Displays the Word Count dialog box.
CTRL+SHIFT+K - Small Caps
CTRL+SHIFT+L - Applies Bullets
CTRL+SHIFT+M - Unindent the selection
CTRL+SHIFT+P - Font size select
CTRL+SHIFT+S - Displays the Apply Styles task pane.
CTRL+SHIFT+S - Style
END - End of line
F1 - Help window
F10 - Menu Mode
F12 - Save As
F5 - Goto page number
F7 - Spelling and grammar check
SHIFT+F5 - Go Back to previous state
ALT+CTRL+Z - Go Back to previous state
SHIFT+F7 - Thesaurus



Source:- Microsoft.com

For More Detail

Microsoft Outlook Keyboard shortcuts
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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Most Common Microsoft Outlook Keyboard shortcuts

Navigation

Switch to Mail

CTRL+1

Switch to Calendar

CTRL+2

Switch to Contacts

CTRL+3

Switch to Tasks

CTRL+4

Switch to Notes

CTRL+5

Switch to Folder List in Navigation Pane

CTRL+6

Switch to next message (with msg open)

CTRL+PERIOD

Switch to previous message (with msg )

CTRL+COMMA

Go to a different folder

CTRL+Y

Create an item or file

Create an appointment

CTRL+SHIFT+A

Create a contact

CTRL+SHIFT+C

Create a distribution list

CTRL+SHIFT+L

Create a folder

CTRL+SHIFT+E

Create a Journal entry

CTRL+SHIFT+J

Create a meeting request

CTRL+SHIFT+Q

Create a message

CTRL+SHIFT+M

Create a note

CTRL+SHIFT+N

Create a task

CTRL+SHIFT+K

All item functions

Save

CTRL+S

Save and close

ALT+S

Save as

F12

Undo

CTRL+Z

Delete an item

CTRL+D

Print

CTRL+P

Check spelling

F7

Forward

CTRL+F

Left align text

CTRL+L

Center text

CTRL+E

Right align text

CTRL+R

Email

Switch to Inbox

CTRL+SHIFT+I

Switch to Outbox

CTRL+SHIFT+O

Send

ALT+S

Reply to a message

CTRL+R

Reply all to a message

CTRL+SHIFT+R

Forward a message

CTRL+F

Mark a message as not junk

CTRL+ ALT+J

Check for new messages

F9

Open the Address Book

CTRL+SHIFT+B

Add a Quick Flag to an unopened msg

INSERT

Mark as unread

CTRL+U

Format Text

Display the Font dialog box

CTRL+SHIFT+P

Switch case (with text selected)

SHIFT+F3

Make letters bold

CTRL+B

Add bullets

CTRL+SHIFT+L

Make letters italic

CTRL+I

Underline

CTRL+U

Increase font size

CTRL+]

Decrease font size

CTRL+[

Cut

CTRL+X

Copy

CTRL+C

Paste

CTRL+V

Insert a hyperlink

CTRL+K

Search

Find a message or other item

CTRL+E

Use Advanced Find

CTRL+SHIFT+F

Expand search to include the desktop

CTRL+ALT+K

Contacts

Find a contact or other item

F3

Select all contacts

CTRL+A

Tasks

Show or hide the To-Do Bar

ALT+F2

Accept a task request

ALT+C

Decline a task request

ALT+D

Related Topic:-
MS Office Professional Plus 2010 Installation
Why Office 2010 won't support Windows XP 64-bit
Office 2010 64-bit versus 32-bit install?
Office 2010 Beta activation
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