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Microsoft Excel – Mac keyboard shortcut for absolute cell references

If you are using a PC or Windows based laptop, you can make an Excel cell reference absolute (or fixed) by pressing the F4 function key on the keyboard after the cell reference. The equivalent if you are using a … Continue reading

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Microsoft Excel – keyboard shortcuts for moving between worksheet tabs

If you don’t want to click on the tabs at the bottom of each worksheet to move from one to another, the keyboard shortcuts are: Ctrl + Page Down Moves to next worksheet Ctrl + Page Up Moves to previous … Continue reading

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Keyboard shortcut for Snipping Tool

I was doing Windows 10 and Office 2016 training earlier this week and was asked about setting up a keyboard shortcut for starting the Snipping Tool. To set up a keyboard shortcut for the Snipping Tool, search for the Snipping … Continue reading

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Microsoft Word – Create bullets or numbering using the keyboard

If you want to create a bulleted or numbered list in Word, you can do so without taking your hands off the keyboard. To start a bulleted list: Type in an asterisk (*) or a hyphen (-) followed by a … Continue reading

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Keyboard shortcuts for entering records into a Microsoft Access table or form

Shortcut What will be inserted Ctrl + ; Inserts the current date Ctrl + : Inserts the current time Alt + Ctrl + Spacebar Inserts that field’s default value Ctrl + ‘ Inserts the value from the same field in … Continue reading

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