Microsoft Word 2016 came to make work easy for operators who are into word processing, while its keyboard shortcuts came to make it even easier. But many still have difficulties working with Ms. Word which sometimes is as a result of them not knowing how to increase in speed, accuracy and productivity.
Knowing Microsoft features is not enough. Using it for years is not enough. But being willing to learn new methods to make the usage better is.
This book will teach you how to increase productively by using keyboard shortcuts to work in Microsoft Word.
Learn the basics of mousing and using keyboard shortcuts
Know more about your keyboard
Become familiar with the 15 special keyboard shortcuts you should know as a computer user.
See Frequently Used Shortcuts in Ms. Word
Keyboard shortcuts to use when Navigating The Ribbon With Only The Keyboard
Use shortcuts to Change The Keyboard Focus By Using The Keyboard Without Using The Mouse
Learn Keyboard Shortcut Reference For Microsoft Word
Keyboard combination for Function Key Reference.
Forget the familiarity that exists between you and Microsoft Word and start doing greatly in it.
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Shortcut Matters is a series that helps computer users to benefit more from programs, operating systems, and applications they use through the introduction of keyboard shortcuts and tips.
Allow us to teach you keyboard shortcuts you should use for office management such as Microsoft Office, Corel, Adobe; Operating Systems beginning from Windows7 to later versions; Email Clients like Gmail, Yahoomail, GMX, Outlook, Zoho, Hushmail, Fastmail, AOL etc;Internet Browsers such as: Safari, Firefox,Chrome, Opera, UC, Torch, Seamonkey, Avant, Explorer etc.; programs for graphics design such as Photoshop, CorelDraw, GIMP, Corel Painter; and accounting packages such as: Peachtree, Access, and Excel. Plus many others.The aim of Shortcut Matters is to narrow the gap between computer users, and their keyboard.