Shortcut Keys MS Power Point

Shortcut Keys MS Power Point

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Shortcut Keys MS Power Point

Microsoft PowerPoint 2 0 0 7/2010 : Keyboard Shortcuts 

This document discusses keyboard shortcuts which are specific to PowerPoint . Creating a New Slide Moving within Slides Presenting Your Slide Show.www.edujobnews.com you can get most updated information from our site notifications,jobs,admit cards,online application,answer key,cut of marks,results,mark sheet,memos,Time tables,date sheets,previous question papers,solved papers,syllabus,model papers,important questions,test papers and revaluation results,mercy result,counselling schedules,Job Notifications,selected list,shortlist online applications and all other information

Creating a New Slide 
You may need to create new slides frequently as you are making your PowerPoint presentation. This keyboard shortcut can help speed up the proces s of opening and choosing new slides. 
1. With the existing presentation already open, press [ Ctrl ] + [ M
A new Title and Content slide appears. 
2. Press [ Alt
NOTES: The keyboard navigation shortcuts are activated. 
For more information about using shortcuts to navigate th e command tabs, refer to Office : Keyboard Shortcuts. 
3. Press [ H ] » [ L ] A palette of slide layouts appears. 
4. To select the appropriate slide layout, press the [ Up ], [ Down ], [ Left ], or [ Right ] arrow keys 
5. Press [ Enter ] The selected layout appears. 
Moving within Slides 
Navigating within slides means you will be moving through all the objects within a single slide using key commands. By using the [ Tab ] key, you can move from object to object. When you tab to an object, it is selected and can be formatted it to meet your needs. Objects include such things as text boxes, images, and AutoShapes


f5
Start the presentation from the beginning.
n, enter, page down, arrow right,arrow down, or spacebar
Perform the next animation or advance to the next slide.
p, page up, arrow left, arrow up, orbackspace
Perform the previous animation or return to the previous slide.
number+enter
Go to slide number.
b or .
Display a blank black slide, or return to the presentation from a blank black slide.
w or ,
Display a blank white slide, or return to the presentation from a blank white slide.
s
Stop or restart an automatic presentation.
esc or -
End a presentation.
e
Erase on-screen annotations.
h
Go to the next slide, if the next slide is hidden.
t
Set new timings while rehearsing.
o
Use original timings while rehearsing.
m
Use a mouse click to advance while rehearsing.
1+enter
Return to the first slide.
ctrl+p
Redisplay hidden pointer or change the pointer to a pen.
ctrl+a
Redisplay hidden pointer or change the pointer to an arrow.
ctrl+h
Hide the pointer and navigation button immediately.
ctrl+u
Hide the pointer and navigation button in 15 seconds.
shift+f10
Display the shortcut menu.
tab
Go to the first or next hyperlink on a slide.
shift+tab
Go to the last or previous hyperlink on a slide.
enter while a hyperlink is selected
Perform the "mouse click" behavior of the selected hyperlink.
shift+f5
Start the presentation from the slide you are currently on.

alt+shift+arrow left
Promote a paragraph.
alt+shift+arrow right
Demote a paragraph.
alt+shift+arrow up
Move selected paragraphs up.
alt+shift+arrow down
Move selected paragraphs down.
alt+shift+1
Show heading level 1.
alt+shift++
Expand text below a heading.
alt+shift+-
Collapse text below a heading.
shift+arrow right
Select one character to the right.
shift+arrow left
Select one character to the left.
ctrl+shift+arrow right
Select to the end of a word.
ctrl+shift+arrow left
Select to the beginning of a word.
shift+arrow up
Select one line up.
shift+arrow down
Select one line down.
esc
Select an object (with text selected inside the object).
tab or shift+tab until the object you want is selected
Select an object (with an object selected).
enter
Select text within an object (with an object selected).
ctrl+a (on the Slides tab)
Select all objects.
ctrl+a (in the Slide Sorter view)
Select all slides.
ctrl+a (On the Outline tab)
Select all text.
backspace
Delete one character to the left.
ctrl+backspace
Delete one word to the left.
delete
Delete one character to the right.
ctrl+delete
Delete one word to the right.
ctrl+x
Cut selected object.
ctrl+c
Copy selected object.
ctrl+v
Paste cut or copied object.
ctrl+z
Undo the last action.
ctrl+y
Redo the last action.
ctrl+shift+c
Copy formatting only.
ctrl+shift+v
Paste formatting only.
ctrl+alt+v
Paste special.





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