Keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts

The keyboard role is not limited to the symbols it contains, but it also provides a fascinating set of shortcuts that help to perform many tasks, navigate and execute commands without the need to use the mouse, such as copying and pasting with more than one key on the keyboard, shortcuts that shorten effort and time and provide speed to get things done better. Here’s the full list of keyboard shortcuts.

Functional keys

The key set located at the top of a keyboard begins with a Latin shelf, followed by a number of 1 through 12 :

F1 : Show Help for Program.

F2: Rename the selected file or item.

F3: Search for a file or folder.

F4: Display the address bar list.

F5: Refresh active window.

F6 : Toggle screen items in a window or in a desktop.

F7: spell-checking.

F8: zoning.

F9: field auditing.

F10: Show menu bar in active application.

F11: Convert from In Frame view, to Full Screen View.

F12: Saving the name, using it in the browser, allows the source code to be displayed for the web page.


The keys under the panel, their function is related to the system, and pressing them with another character that functions as a shortcut to a task, are as follows :

Ctrl key

Most of the following shortcuts are used in Word software; the shortcuts in the Control button are as follows :

Ctrl + A: Select the entire file.

Ctrl + B: Writing in bold font .

Ctrl + C: replication.

Ctrl + D: Font Format dialog box.

Ctrl + E: Type Center Line.

Ctrl + F: search.

Ctrl + G: Page-to-page navigation.

Ctrl + H: Find and replace word.

Ctrl + I: skewing.

Ctrl + J: Adjust type.

Ctrl + K: Add Link.

Ctrl + L: Right Type.

Ctrl + M: Moving the text to the right, and using it in the browser is mute.

Ctrl + N: Create a new file.

Ctrl + O: Open an existing file.

Ctrl + P: printing.

Ctrl+Q: In Arabic, the full file is selected.

Ctrl + R: Right Type, and using the shortcut in the browser allows the current active page to be updated.

Ctrl + S: Save File Content.

Ctrl + U: Underline Type.

Ctrl + V: Paste.

Ctrl + W: Close Word Program .

Ctrl + X: shearing.

Ctrl + Y: advance.

Ctrl + Z: Returns before the last letter of the document, and in Arabic the currently active window is closed.

Ctrl + Right Arrow : Move the pointer to start a word.

Ctrl + Left Arrow : Move the pointer to the end of a word.

Ctrl + Up Arrow : Move pointer to start line.

Ctrl + Down Arrow : Move pointer to end of line.

Ctrl + Tab: Toggle forward between frames.

Ctrl + number: Cycle through browser pages in order.

Ctrl + Home: Move to top of document.

Ctrl + end: Move to the bottom of the document.

Ctrl + Alt + Tab: Toggle all open applications.

Ctrl + Shift: Select a block of text.


Alt + F4: Close the currently active file or document.

Alt + F8:Show password on login form.

Alt + Esc: Cycle through windows in the order they are opened.

Alt + Enter: View the data for the selected item.

Alt + Space bar: Display the shortcut menu for the active window.

Shift key

Shift + character : Type the character at a large size.

Shift + F10: Shows the shortcut menu for the selected item.

Windows Key

The shortcuts for the Windows button are as follows:

Windows + A: opening action center.

Windows + B: Show hidden icons in the bottom bar.

Windows + C: Putting Cortana in Listening.

Windows + D: showing or hiding the desktop.

Windows + E: opening File Explorer.

Windows + F: Open the feedback center.

Windows + G: When the game opens, it has its own video, and in Windows 10 we can do a screen shot video.

Windows + H: Shear started, so you spell to the listener and type automatically.

Windows + I: Open settings.

Windows + K: Open the Quick Connect action.

Windows + L: Put the computer in a safe position, or change accounts.

Windows + P:choosing display type.

Windows + R: Open the playbox.

Windows + T: moving between applications on the taskbar.

Windows + U: Open the Accessibility Center.