If you enter, you must be familiar with the shortcuts for cut, copy, and paste; this is the more powerful commands and more used in any application, which will help you save time and correct mistakes.
First, an important note: most keyboards is compatible with the shortcuts of the “Control” key that Windows uses. However, there are exceptions. The Apple keyboard, for example, uses the Command key. It is possible that you will have to change the keyboard shortcuts in your settings, or get used to a slightly different layout, if it turns out that your keyboard is different.
Do you want to know other keyboard shortcuts important? Here we have a few suggestions great for Windows.
Cut (Ctrl + X)
Cut a text, you delete it from the place where you take it, but you can paste it many times in other areas, since it is stored a version of it in your clipboard. This is a great way to rearrange text within a report, or to take a piece of data in an area and then fill out multiple documents with the same data.
Remember that Windows does not retain a history of what passes for the clipboard. If you cut a text, and then short another, the first will disappear; unless you’re using one of the more recent versions of Windows. The very delayed update of October 2018 and includes a clipboard is extended with history, useful to re-paste something that was replaced long ago in the clipboard immediately.
Copy (Ctrl + C)
Another option is Ctrl + Insert. Insert is on keyboards expanded that include numeric keypads (usually zero) or next to the home key, and it could be a way more useful if you deal with many numeric data, and your fingers don’t stray much from that section.
Like the cut, if you do not have a recent version of Windows, make sure to remember that when something is copied, it replaces anything else that has been before in the clipboard.
Paste (Ctrl + V)
The alternative is Shift + Insert, that could also be a lot more useful if you spend a lot of time on the numeric keypad. The content will be pasted where your cursor is, so make sure you choose the correct site. Remember that the format and the spaces that usually go along with the text, which could cause a problem of formatting when you paste something in a field or new document. You can usually copy and paste a version of the plain text, to avoid problems.
Undo (Ctrl + Z)
This will eliminate the last action you have made in your document. If you were typing, it will remove the last section of text you’ve written without pausing, which could be quite long. Most Windows applications will accept multiple commands, undo repeated, which means that you can delete the last thing you did, above, of the above, and so on, as long as the history of your actions have been saved. Adobe Photoshop, for example, allows you to do this with Ctrl + Alt + Z; but do not imagine that you will be able to use this in any application, because you can not with all.
An additional tip for working with different programs
Cut, copy, and paste are often commands universal among all applications for an operating system. In other words, the keyboard shortcuts do the same thing no matter if you’re writing an e-mail message, filling in an Excel spreadsheet or writing a Word document.
Forms and applications online are a little more variable: many are compatible with these shortcuts, but it is not a fact. When working with a new application, it would be good to experiment a bit to see how they behave these basic commands.
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