Dawn Bjork Buzbee
The Software Pro®
Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)
Certified Microsoft Office 2010 Specialist (MOS 2010) Master Instructor
Certified Microsoft Office 2007 Specialist (MOS 2007) Master Instructor
Microsoft Certified Application Specialist (MCAS) Instructor
Certified Microsoft Office Expert
Certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBE)
WOSB (Women-Owned Small Business) Certified
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Do you sometimes spend hours trying to accomplish something you
know can be done quickly? Do you often have the nagging feeling
there are faster, easier ways to do things?
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Mac/Apple Users: For many keyboard shortcuts, simply swap out
the [Ctrl] key for the Apple (or Command) key.
Although many of these tips work in both the
Windows and Mac environments, I make no attempt to try to ensure that
there is an alternate Mac command (if needed). I have been so entrenched
in the Windows/DOS worlds for over 25 years, that it is keeps me busy enough
managing the last 4 versions of Microsoft Office, plus the new Microsoft Office 2013, Microsoft Office 365, 3 variations on
Windows including the new Windows 8, and many, many other Windows-based programs. I'll gladly post
Mac versions if provided.
Thanks for understanding--Dawn
Press [Ctrl] + P for
quick and easy printing.
a fast way to save and update your work, use [Ctrl] + S.
|Press [Ctrl] +
move to the beginning of a file.
[Ctrl] + [End] will move to the end of a file.