In MS Word press Shift + F3 to change case from lower, capitalised to all upper case. This is handy for those who do not have the sound activated on Caps lock and do not notice that they have been accidentally typing in caps. Rather than deleting just…
Use the following shortcut keys to move much more quickly through text, using the keyboard.
Ctrl+ Left/Right Cursor Keys moves through text word by word rather than character by character.
Ctrl+ Up/Down Cursor Keys move through text paragraph by paragraph rather than line by line.
Ctrl+ Home/End moves to start or end of the document rather than start or end of the line.
Ctrl+ PgDn/PgUp moves through text page by page rather than screen page by screen page.
When typing an Internet address you do not need to type http:// or even www. in the address. For example, if you wanted to visit Google you could just type google.com and press enter. To make things even quicker, if you’re visiting a .com address you can type google and then press ‘Ctrl + Enter’ to type out the full http://www.google.com address.