Microsoft Access

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Microsoft Excel

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Function keys with other shortcut keys

Shortcut Keys F1 Almost always used as the help key, almost every program opens a help screen when this key is pressed. Enter CMOS Setup. Windows Key + F1 would open the Microsoft Windows help and support center. Open the Task Pane. F2 In Windows renames a highlighted icon, file, or folder in all versions of Windows. Alt + Ctrl + F2 opens document window in Microsoft Word. Ctrl + F2 displays the print preview window in Microsoft Word. Quickly rename a selected file or folder. Enter CMOS Setup. F3 Often opens a search feature for many programs including Microsoft Windows when at the Windows Desktop. In MS-DOS or Windows command line F3 will repeat the last command. Shift + F3 will change the text in Microsoft Word from upper to lower case or a capital letter at the beginning of every word. Windows Key + F3 opens the Advanced find window in Microsoft Outlook. Open Mission Control on an Apple computer running Mac OS X. F4 Open find window in Windows 95 to XP. Open the address bar in Windows Explorer and Internet Explorer. Repeat the last action performed… View All ….“Function keys with other shortcut keys”

Microsoft Word

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