Ms Word

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Tricks * By typing Alt+x you can quickly add the Unicode character into your document. * Highlight any block of text and then press F2, now place the cursor at the spot where ever you wish to move that text and press enter. * If you are working on an extensive document in MS WORD, you can press F5+Shift keyboard shortcut to cycle through the spots hat you edited most freshly. * You can select rectangular blocks of text in a word document and apply formatting to the selected part. Hold down the ALT key and drag the mouse to select any rectangular area you want to. * Select some text in the WORD and then press SHIFT+F3 to promptly change the case of the selection. * You can triple click anywhere in the paragraph to select the entire paragraph in the WORD. Press CTRL key and click anywhere in the sentence to select that entire sentence. * You can write anywhere on the page, all you need to do is just double click anywhere on the document and start writing. * Word has a feature known as Spike that is used to move images and text from several locations in a document and paste them all at once to a different location. To use this feature Spike, select any text or image in the document and then press CTRL+F3 to move that selection to the spike. * To convert into a plain text, just select block and press Ctrl+Spacebar and the text will be changed into plain text. * You can write math expression in your document, highlight that and press calculator button, the results would be displayed in the status…...

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