Short Cut Keys For Windows

Well the keyboard shortcuts go as follows while holding down Ctrl +

X = cut
C = copy
V = paste

Pressing Alt while in a program will cause certain letters to be underlined in the top menu. Combining Alt with that letter will open that menu.

ALT+F will open File
ALT+E will open Edit
ALT+V will open View
WindowsKey + d = Show Desktop
CTRL+P for printing

In open applications, PRINT SCRN copies the entire screen to clipboard,
ALT+PRINT SCRN copies only the active application window to clipboard.
SHIFT+CTRL+HOME — Selects all text from the cursor to the beginning of the document and moves cursor to beginning.
SHIFT+CTRL+END – Selects all text from the cursor to the end of the document and moves cursor to the end.
SHIFT+CTRL+Left Arrow – Selects the word immediately to the left of the cursor.
SHIFT+CTRL+Right Arrow – Selects the word immediately to the right of the cursor.
SHIFT+Left Arrow – Selects one character to the left of the cursor.
SHIFT+Right Arrow
– Selects one character to the right of the cursor.
SHIFT+End – Selects all text from the cursor to the end of the line.
SHIFT+Home – Selects all text from the cursor to the beginning of the line.
SHIFT+Insert – paste text from clipboard at the location of the cursor.
In Notepad, F5 inserts the current Time/Date

Window’s Shortcut keys

ALT+F will open File
ALT+E will open Edit
ALT+V will open View
Crtl+R Refresh
Crtl+I Opens Favorites
Shift+Tab Goes back a field
Crtl+Esc Start Menu
Ctrl+A Selects All

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