Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
What’s Next?
Keyboard Shortcut
Ctrl+O (or Ctrl+Alt+F2 or
Displays the Open dialog box
Ctrl+Page Down
Browses to the next item (based on the current Browse
Object setting)
Ctrl+Page Up
Browses to the previous item (based on the current
Browse Object setting)
Ctrl+Right Arrow
Moves one word to the right
Ctrl+Shift+F6 (or Alt+Shift+F6)
Displays the previous window
Ctrl+Up Arrow
Moves to the previous paragraph
Ctrl+W (or Ctrl+F4)
Closes the active document
Moves to the end of the current line
Closes an open gallery or cancels the current action
Moves to the next pane or frame
F11 (or Alt+F1)
Moves to the next field
Moves to the beginning of the current line
Displays the next screen
Displays the previous screen
What’s Next?
Now that you know how to add content to your document and move through the files you
create in a number of different ways, you’re ready to begin working with some of the more
specialized techniques Word 2010 has to offer. The next chapter introduces you to the ways
in which you can work with other languages in your text, whether that means translating
items on the fly, converting entire documents to a new language, or customizing document
information so your colleagues in other areas of the world can use the files you create.
Search JabSto ::

Custom Search