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Short cut keys

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Serena has attended:
Excel Intermediate course
PowerPoint Intermediate Advanced course

Short cut keys

are there a short cut keys cheat sheet?

RE: short cut keys

Hi Serena,

Thank you for the forum question.

I have attached a Power Point cheat sheet to the answer. You can find it at the bottom here.

If you cannot see it come back 30 minutes later. It can take a little bit of time before you can see the attachment. If you still cannot see it, refresh your browser.


Kind regards

Jens Bonde
Microsoft Office Specialist Trainer

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Attached files...

PowerPoint Cheat Sheet v2 new website.pdf

Mon 5 Apr 2021: Automatically marked as resolved.


 

PowerPoint tip:

Get into recently opened files easily

To get into recently opened presentations without using your mouse, hold down Alt + F to open the File menu.

Recently opened files are listed down the bottom of the File menu - type in the number next to the file you wish to open and it should appear on your screen.

View all PowerPoint hints and tips


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