Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10

Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10

Keyboard shortcuts can save you time and effort as you use Windows 10 and other apps. Here are all the keyboard shortcuts you need to know.

New keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + A – Open Action center
  • Windows logo key + S – Open search
  • Windows logo key + C – Open Cortana in listening mode
  • Windows logo key + Tab – Open Task view
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + D – Add a virtual desktop
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Right arrow – Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the right
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Left arrow – Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the left
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + F4 – Close the virtual desktop you’re using

Common keyboard shortcuts

  • F2 – Rename the selected item
  • F3 – Search for a file or folder in File Explorer
  • F4 – Display the address bar list in File Explorer
  • F5 – Refresh the active window
  • F6 – Cycle through screen elements in a window or on the desktop
  • F10 – Activate the Menu bar in the active app
  • Alt + F4 – Close the active item, or exit the active app
  • Alt + Esc – Cycle through items in the order in which they were opened
  • Alt + underlined letter – Perform the command for that letter
  • Alt + Enter – Display properties for the selected item
  • Alt + Spacebar – Open the shortcut menu for the active window
  • Alt + Left arrow – Go back
  • Alt + Right arrow – Go forward
  • Alt + Page Up – Move up one screen
  • Alt + Page Down – Move down one screen
  • Alt + Tab – Switch between open apps
  • Ctrl + F4 – Close the active document (in apps that are full-screen and allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)
  • Ctrl + A – Select all items in a document or window
  • Ctrl + C (or Ctrl + Insert) – Copy the selected item
  • Ctrl + D (or Delete) – Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin
  • Ctrl + R (or F5) – Refresh the active window
  • Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert) – Paste the selected item
  • Ctrl + X – Cut the selected item
  • Ctrl + Y – Redo an action
  • Ctrl + Z – Undo an action
  • Ctrl + Right arrow – Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word
  • Ctrl + Left arrow – Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word
  • Ctrl + Down arrow – Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph
  • Ctrl + Up arrow – Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph
  • Ctrl + Alt + Tab – Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps
  • Ctrl + arrow key (to move to an item) + Spacebar – Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop
  • Ctrl + Shift with an arrow key – Select a block of text
  • Ctrl + Esc – Open Start
  • Ctrl + Shift + Esc – Open Task Manager
  • Ctrl + Shift – Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available
  • Ctrl + Spacebar – Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off
  • Shift + F10 – Display the shortcut menu for the selected item
  • Shift with any arrow key – Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document
  • Shift + Delete – Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first
  • Right arrow – Open the next menu to the right, or open a submenu
  • Left arrow – Open the next menu to the left, or close a submenu
  • Esc – Stop or leave the current task

Windows logo key keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key – Open or close Start
  • Windows logo key + A – Open Action center
  • Windows logo key + B – Set focus in the notification area
  • Windows logo key + C – Open Cortana in listening mode
  • Windows logo key + D – Display and hide the desktop
  • Windows logo key + E – Open File Explorer
  • Windows logo key + G – Open Game bar when a game is open
  • Windows logo key + H – Open the Share charm
  • Windows logo key + I – Open Settings
  • Windows logo key + K – Open the Connect quick action
  • Windows logo key + L – Lock your PC or switch accounts
  • Windows logo key + M – Minimize all windows
  • Windows logo key + O – Lock device orientation
  • Windows logo key + P – Choose a presentation display mode
  • Windows logo key + R – Open the Run dialog box
  • Windows logo key + S – Open search
  • Windows logo key + T – Cycle through apps on the taskbar
  • Windows logo key + U – Open Ease of Access Center
  • Windows logo key + V – Cycle through notifications
  • Windows logo key + Shift + V – Cycle through notifications in reverse order
  • Windows logo key + X – Open the Quick Link menu
  • Windows logo key + Z – Show the commands available in an app in full-screen mode
  • Windows logo key + comma (,) – Temporarily peek at the desktop
  • Windows logo key + Pause – Display the System Properties dialog box
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + F – Search for PCs (if you’re on a network)
  • Windows logo key + Shift + M – Restore minimized windows on the desktop
  • Windows logo key + number – Open the desktop and start the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the app is already running, switch to that app.
  • Windows logo key + Shift + number – Open the desktop and start a new instance of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + number – Open the desktop and switch to the last active window of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
  • Windows logo key + Alt + number – Open the desktop and open the Jump List for the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Shift + number – Open the desktop and open a new instance of the app located at the given position on the taskbar as an administrator
  • Windows logo key + Tab – Open Task view
  • Windows logo key + Up arrow – Maximize the window
  • Windows logo key + Down arrow – Remove current app from screen or minimize the desktop window
  • Windows logo key + Left arrow – Maximize the app or desktop window to the left side of the screen
  • Windows logo key + Right arrow – Maximize the app or desktop window to the right side of the screen
  • Windows logo key + Home – Minimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke)
  • Windows logo key + Shift + Up arrow – Stretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen
  • Windows logo key + Shift + Down arrow – Restore/minimize active desktop windows vertically, maintaining width
  • Windows logo key + Shift + Left arrow or Right arrow – Move an app or window in the desktop from one monitor to another
  • Windows logo key + Spacebar – Switch input language and keyboard layout
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Spacebar – Change to a previously selected input
  • Windows logo key + Enter – Open Narrator
  • Windows logo key + forward slash (/) – Initiate IME reconversion
  • Windows logo key + plus ( + ) or minus (-) – Zoom in or out using Magnifier
  • Windows logo key + Esc – Exit Magnifier

Virtual desktops keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + Tab – Open Task view
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + D – Add a virtual desktop
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Right arrow – Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the right
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + Left arrow – Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the left
  • Windows logo key + Ctrl + F4 – Close the virtual desktop you’re using

File Explorer keyboard shortcuts

  • Alt + D – Select the address bar
  • Ctrl + E – Select the search box
  • Ctrl + F – Select the search box
  • Ctrl + N – Open a new window
  • Ctrl + W – Close the current window
  • Ctrl + mouse scroll wheel – Change the size and appearance of file and folder icons
  • Ctrl + Shift + E – Display all folders above the selected folder
  • Ctrl + Shift + N – Create a new folder
  • Num Lock + asterisk (*) – Display all subfolders under the selected folder
  • Num Lock + plus ( + ) – Display the contents of the selected folder
  • Num Lock + minus (-) – Collapse the selected folder
  • Alt + P – Display the preview pane
  • Alt + Enter – Open the Properties dialog box for the selected item
  • Alt + Right arrow – View the next folder
  • Alt + Up arrow – View the folder that the folder was in
  • Alt + Left arrow – View the previous folder
  • Backspace – View the previous folder
  • Right arrow – Display the current selection (if it’s collapsed), or select the first subfolder
  • Left arrow – Collapse the current selection (if it’s expanded), or select the folder that the folder was in
  • End – Display the bottom of the active window
  • Home – Display the top of the active window
  • F11 – Maximize or minimize the active window

Dialog box keyboard shortcuts

  • F4 – Display the items in the active list
  • Ctrl + Tab – Move forward through tabs
  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab – Move back through tabs
  • Ctrl + number (number 1-9) – Move to nth tab
  • Tab – Move forward through options
  • Shift + Tab – Move back through options
  • Alt + underlined letter – Perform the command (or select the option) that goes with that letter
  • Spacebar – Select or clear the check box if the active option is a check box
  • Backspace – Open a folder one level up if a folder is selected in theSave As or Open dialog box
  • Arrow keys – Select a button if the active option is a group of option buttons

Taskbar keyboard shortcuts

  • Shift + click a taskbar button – Open an app or quickly open another instance of an app
  • Ctrl + Shift + click a taskbar button – Open an app as an administrator
  • Shift + right-click a taskbar button – Show the window menu for the app
  • Shift + right-click a grouped taskbar button – Show the window menu for the group
  • Ctrl + click a grouped taskbar button – Cycle through the windows of the group

Settings keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + I – Open settings
  • Backspace – Go back to the settings home page
  • Type on any page with search box – Search settings

Microsoft Edge keyboard shortcuts

Many of these keyboard shortcuts will also work in other browsers.

  • Ctrl + D – Add current site to favorites or reading list
  • Ctrl + I – Open favorites pane
  • Ctrl + J – Open downloads pane
  • Ctrl + H – Open history pane
  • Ctrl + P – Print the current page
  • Ctrl + F – Find on page
  • Alt + C – Open Cortana
  • Ctrl + Shift + R – Enter reading view
  • F12 – Open F12 Developer Tools
  • F7 – Turn caret browsing on for the current tab
  • Ctrl + Shift + Delete – Open clear browsing data pane
  • Ctrl + T – Open a new tab
  • Ctrl + Shift + T – Reopen the last closed tab
  • Ctrl + W or Ctrl + F4 – Close current tab
  • Ctrl + K – Duplicate tab
  • Ctrl + N – Open a new window
  • Ctrl + Shift + P – Open a new InPrivate Browsing window
  • Ctrl + Tab – Switch to the next tab
  • Ctrl + Shift + Tab – Switch to the previous tab
  • Ctrl + 1, 2, 3,…, 8 – Switch to a specific tab number
  • Ctrl + 9 – Switch to the last tab
  • Ctrl + plus ( + ) – Zoom in (25%)
  • Ctrl + minus (-) – Zoom out (25%)
  • Ctrl + 0 – Reset zoom level
  • Backspace or Alt + Left arrow – Go back
  • Alt + Right arrow – Go forward
  • F5 or Ctrl + R – Refresh the page
  • Esc – Stop loading the page
  • Ctrl + L or F4 or Alt + D – Select the address bar
  • Ctrl + Shift + L – Open address bar query in a new tab
  • Ctrl + E – Open a search query in the address bar
  • Ctrl + Enter – Add www. to the beginning and .com to the end of text typed in the address bar
  • Ctrl + click – Open link in a new tab
  • Ctrl + Shift + click – Open link in a new tab and switch to the tab
  • Alt + Shift + click – Open link in a new window

Remote Desktop keyboard shortcuts

  • Ctrl + Alt + Insert – Scroll
  • Ctrl + Alt + Left/Right arrow – Switch between sessions
  • Ctrl + Alt + Up/Down arrow – View the session selection bar
  • Ctrl + Alt + Home – In full-screen mode, view connection options

Command Prompt keyboard shortcuts

  • Ctrl + C (or Ctrl + Insert) – Copy the selected text
  • Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert) – Paste the selected text
  • Ctrl + M – Enter Mark mode
  • Alt + selection key – Begin selection in block mode
  • Arrow keys – Move the cursor in the direction specified
  • Page up – Move the cursor by one page up
  • Page down – Move the cursor by one page down
  • Ctrl + Home (Mark mode) – Move the cursor to the beginning of the buffer
  • Ctrl + End (Mark mode) – Move the cursor to the end of the buffer
  • Ctrl + Up arrow – Move up one line in the output history
  • Ctrl + Down arrow – Move down one line in the output history
  • Ctrl + Home (History navigation) – If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the top of the buffer. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the left of the cursor in the command line.
  • Ctrl + End (History navigation) – If the command line is empty, move the viewport to the command line. Otherwise, delete all the characters to the right of the cursor in the command line.

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + plus ( + ) or minus (-) – Zoom in or out
  • Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar – Preview the desktop in full-screen mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + D – Switch to docked mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + F – Switch to full-screen mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + I – Invert colors
  • Ctrl + Alt + L – Switch to lens mode
  • Ctrl + Alt + R – Resize the lens
  • Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys – Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
  • Windows logo key + Esc – Exit Magnifier

Ease of Access keyboard shortcuts

  • Right Shift for eight seconds – Turn Filter Keys on and off
  • Left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen – Turn High Contrast on or off
  • Left Alt + left Shift + Num Lock – Turn Mouse Keys on or off
  • Shift five times – Turn Sticky Keys on or off
  • Num Lock for five seconds – Turn Toggle Keys on or off
  • Windows logo key + U – Open the Ease of Access Center

Narrator keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + Enter – Start or exit Narrator
  • Caps Lock + ESC – Exit Narrator
  • Caps Lock + M – Start reading
  • Ctrl – Stop reading
  • Caps Lock + Spacebar – Do default action
  • Caps Lock + Right arrow – Move to next item
  • Caps Lock + Left arrow – Move to previous item
  • Caps Lock + Up or Down arrow – Change view
  • Caps Lock + F2 – Show commands for current item
  • Caps Lock + Enter – Change search mode
  • Caps Lock + A – Change verbosity mode
  • Caps Lock + Z – Lock Narrator key (Caps Lock) so you don’t have to press it for every keyboard shortcut
  • Caps Lock + X – Have Narrator ignore the next keyboard shortcut you use
  • Caps Lock + F12 – Turn keystroke reading off or on
  • Caps Lock + V – Repeat phrase
  • Caps Lock + Page Up or Page Down – Increase or decrease voice volume
  • Caps Lock + plus ( + ) or minus (-) – Increase or decrease voice speed
  • Caps Lock + D – Read item
  • Caps Lock + F – Read advanced info about item
  • Caps Lock + S – Read item spelled out
  • Caps Lock + W – Read window
  • Caps Lock + R – Read all items in the containing area
  • Caps Lock + Num Lock – Turn mouse mode on or off
  • Caps Lock + Q – Move to last item in the containing area
  • Caps Lock + G – Move Narrator cursor to system cursor
  • Caps Lock + T – Move Narrator cursor to pointer
  • Caps Lock + tilde (~) – Set focus to item
  • Caps Lock + Backspace – Go back one item
  • Caps Lock + Insert – Jump to linked item
  • Caps Lock + F10 – Read current row header
  • Caps Lock + F9 – Read current column header
  • Caps Lock + F8 – Read current row
  • Caps Lock + F7 – Read current column
  • Caps Lock + F5 – Read current row and column location
  • Caps Lock + F6 – Jump to table cell
  • Shift + Caps Lock + F6 – Jump to cell contents
  • Caps Lock + F3 – Jump to next cell in current row
  • Shift + Caps Lock + F3 – Jump to previous cell in current row
  • Caps Lock + F4 – Jump to next cell in current column
  • Shift + Caps Lock + F4 – Jump to previous cell in current column
  • Caps Lock + Close square bracket (]) – Read text from start to cursor
  • Caps Lock + zero (0) – Read text attributes
  • Caps Lock + H – Read document
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + U – Read current page
  • Caps Lock + U – Read next page
  • Shift + Caps Lock + U – Read previous page
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + I – Read current paragraph
  • Caps Lock + I – Read next paragraph
  • Shift + Caps Lock + I – Read previous paragraph
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + O – Read current line
  • Caps Lock + O – Read next line
  • Shift + Caps Lock + 0 – Read previous line
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + P – Read current word
  • Caps Lock + P – Read next word
  • Shift + Caps Lock + P – Read previous word
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + Open square bracket ([) – Read current character
  • Caps Lock + Open square bracket ([) – Read next character
  • Shift + Caps Lock + Open square bracket ([) – Read previous character
  • Caps Lock + Y – Move to beginning of text
  • Caps Lock + B – Move to end of text
  • Caps Lock + J – Jump to next heading
  • Shift + Caps Lock + J – Jump to previous heading
  • Caps Lock + K – Jump to next table
  • Shift + Caps Lock + K – Jump to previous table
  • Caps Lock + L – Jump to next link
  • Shift + Caps Lock + L – Jump to previous link
  • Caps Lock + C – Read current date and time
  • Press Caps Lock twice in quick succession – Turn Caps Lock on or off
  • Caps Lock + E – Give negative feedback
  • Shift + Caps Lock + E – Give positive feedback
  • Caps Lock + E tapped twice in quick succession – Open the feedback dialog
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + Up arrow – Go to parent
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + Right arrow – Go to next sibling
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + Left arrow – Go to previous sibling
  • Ctrl + Caps Lock + Down arrow – Go to first child
  • Caps Lock + N – Move to main landmark

Narrator touch keyboard shortcuts

  • Tap once with two fingers – Stop Narrator from reading
  • Tap three times with four fingers – Show all Narrator commands (including the ones not in this list)
  • Double-tap – Activate primary action
  • Triple-tap – Activate secondary action
  • Touch or drag a single finger – Read what’s under your fingers
  • Flick left/right with one finger – Move to next or previous item
  • Swipe left/right/up/down with two fingers – Scroll
  • Swipe down with three fingers – Start reading on explorable text
  • F12 – Open F12 Developer Tools
  • F7 – Turn caret browsing on for the current tab
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  Delete – Open clear browsing data pane
  • Ctrl +  T – Open a new tab
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  T – Reopen the last closed tab
  • Ctrl +  W or Ctrl  +  F4 – Close current tab
  • Ctrl +  K – Duplicate tab
  • Ctrl +  N – Open a new window
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  P – Open a new InPrivate Browsing window
  • Ctrl +  Tab – Switch to the next tab
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  Tab – Switch to the previous tab
  • Ctrl +  1, 2, 3,…, 8 – Switch to a specific tab number
  • Ctrl +  9 – Switch to the last tab
  • Ctrl +  plus (  +  ) – Zoom in (25%)
  • Ctrl +  minus (-) – Zoom out (25%)
  • Ctrl +  0 – Reset zoom level
  • Backspace or Alt +  Left arrow – Go back
  • Alt +  Right arrow – Go forward
  • F5 or Ctrl +  R – Refresh the page
  • Esc – Stop loading the page
  • Ctrl +  L or F4 or Alt  +  D – Select the address bar
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  L – Open address bar query in a new tab
  • Ctrl +  E – Open a search query in the address bar
  • Ctrl +  Enter – Add www. to the beginning and .com to the end of text typed in the address bar
  • Ctrl +  click – Open link in a new tab
  • Ctrl +  Shift  +  click – Open link in a new tab and switch to the tab
  • Alt +  Shift  +  click – Open link in a new window

WordPad keyboard shortcuts

Many of these keyboard shortcuts will also work in Microsoft Word or other text editors.

  • F3 – Search for the next instance of the text in the Find dialog box
  • F10 – Display keytips
  • F12 – Save the document as a new file
  • Ctrl + 1 – Set single line spacing
  • Ctrl + 2 – Set double line spacing
  • Ctrl + 5 – Set line spacing to 1.5
  • Ctrl + A – Select the entire document
  • Ctrl + B – Make selected text bold
  • Ctrl + C – Copy a selection to the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + D – Insert a Microsoft Paint drawing
  • Ctrl + E – Align text center
  • Ctrl + F – Search for text in a document
  • Ctrl + H – Replace text in a document
  • Ctrl + I – Italicize selected text
  • Ctrl + J – Justify text
  • Ctrl + L – Align text left
  • Ctrl + N – Create a new document
  • Ctrl + O – Open an existing document
  • Ctrl + P – Print a document
  • Ctrl + R – Align text right
  • Ctrl + S – Save changes to a document
  • Ctrl + U – Underline selected text
  • Ctrl + V – Paste a selection from the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + X – Cut a selection
  • Ctrl + Y – Redo a change
  • Ctrl + Z – Undo a change
  • Ctrl + equal (=) – Make selected text subscript
  • Ctrl + Shift + equal (=) – Make selected text superscript
  • Ctrl + Shift + greater than (>) – Increase the font size
  • Ctrl + Shift + less than (<) – Decrease the font size
  • Ctrl + Shift + A – Change characters to all capitals
  • Ctrl + Shift + L – Change the bullet style
  • Ctrl + Left arrow – Move the cursor one word to the left
  • Ctrl + Right arrow – Move the cursor one word to the right
  • Ctrl + Up arrow – Move the cursor to the previous line
  • Ctrl + Down arrow – Move the cursor to the next line
  • Ctrl + Home – Move to the beginning of the document
  • Ctrl + End – Move to the end of the document
  • Ctrl + Page Up – Move up one page
  • Ctrl + Page Down – Move down one page
  • Ctrl + Delete – Delete the next word
  • Alt + F4 – Close WordPad
  • Shift + F10 – Show the current shortcut menu

Photos app keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + H – Open the Share charm
  • Spacebar (in Collection) – Select an item and enter Selection mode
  • Enter (from Selection mode) – Select an item while in Selection mode
  • Spacebar (viewing a photo) – Show or hide commands
  • Spacebar (viewing a video) – Play or pause the video
  • Arrow keys (in Collection) – Scroll up, down, left, or right
  • Left or right arrow keys (on a single item or slideshow) – Show the next or previous item
  • Arrow keys (on a zoomed photo) – Move within the photo
  • Ctrl + plus ( + ) – Zoom in when viewing a photo
  • Ctrl + minus (-) – Zoom out when viewing a photo
  • Ctrl + 0 – Reset zoom on a photo
  • Esc – Return to previous screen
  • Ctrl + S – Save
  • Ctrl + P – Print
  • Ctrl + C – Copy
  • Ctrl + R (viewing or editing) – Rotate a photo
  • E (viewing a photo) – Enhance a photo
  • Ctrl + Z (editing) – Undo changes
  • Ctrl + Y (editing) – Redo changes
  • Ctrl + forward slash (/) (editing) – View original
  • Shift + arrow keys – Resize crop or selective focus area
  • Ctrl + arrow keys – Move crop or selective focus area
  • F5 (viewing an item) – Start a slide show
  • Alt + Enter – View file info
  • Ctrl + L – Set as lock screen

Game bar keyboard shortcuts

  • Windows logo key + G – Open Game bar when a game is open
  • Windows logo key + Alt + G – Record the last 30 seconds
  • Windows logo key + Alt + R – Start recording (press the shortcut again to stop recording)
  • Windows logo key + Alt + Print Screen – Take a screenshot of your game
  • Windows logo key + Alt + T – Show/hide recording timer

Calculator keyboard shortcuts

  • Alt + 1 – Switch to Standard mode
  • Alt + 2 – Switch to Scientific mode
  • Alt + 3 – Switch to Programmer mode
  • Ctrl + M – Store in memory
  • Ctrl + P – Add to memory
  • Ctrl + Q – Subtract from memory
  • Ctrl + R – Recall from memory
  • Ctrl + L – Clear memory
  • F9 – Select ±
  • R – Select 1/x
  • @ – Calculate the square root
  • Del – Select CE
  • Ctrl + H – Turn calculation history on or off
  • Up arrow – Move up in history list
  • Down arrow – Move down in history list
  • Ctrl + Shift + D – Clear history
  • F3 – Select DEG in Scientific mode
  • F4 – Select RAD in Scientific mode
  • F5 – Select GRAD in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + G – Select 10x in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + O – Select cosh in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + S – Select sinh in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + T – Select tanh in Scientific mode
  • Shift + S – Select sin-1 in Scientific mode
  • Shift + O – Select cos-1 in Scientific mode
  • Shift + T – Select tan-1 in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + Y – Select y√x in Scientific mode
  • D – Select Mod in Scientific mode
  • L – Select log in Scientific mode
  • M – Select dms in Scientific mode
  • N – Select ln in Scientific mode
  • Ctrl + N – Select ex in Scientific mode
  • – Select cos in Scientific mode
  • P – Select Pi in Scientific mode
  • Q – Select x2 in Scientific mode
  • S – Select sin in Scientific mode
  • T – Select tan in Scientific mode
  • V – Select F-E in Scientific mode
  • X – Select Exp in Scientific mode
  • Y, ^ – Select xy in Scientific mode
  • # – Select x3 in Scientific mode
  • ; – Select Int in Scientific mode
  • ! – Select n! in Scientific mode
  • F2 – Select DWORD in Programmer mode
  • F3 – Select WORD in Programmer mode
  • F4 – Select BYTE in Programmer mode
  • F5 – Select HEX in Programmer mode
  • F6 – Select DEC in Programmer mode
  • F7 – Select OCT in Programmer mode
  • F8 – Select BIN in Programmer mode
  • F12 – Select QWORD in Programmer mode
  • A-F – Select A-F in Programmer mode
  • J – Select RoL in Programmer mode
  • K – Select RoR in Programmer mode
  • < – Select Lsh in Programmer mode
  • – Select Rsh in Programmer mode
  • % – Select Mod in Programmer mode
  • | – Select Or in Programmer mode
  • ^ – Select Xor in Programmer mode
  • ~ – Select Not in Programmer mode
  • & – Select And in Programmer mode
  • Spacebar – Toggle the bit value in Programmer mode

Reader keyboard shortcuts

  • F8 – Use two-page layout
  • Ctrl + R – Rotate the file 90 degrees clockwise
  • Ctrl + F – Search for text in a file
  • F7 – Use keyboard selection mode
  • Ctrl + P – Print a file
  • Ctrl + O – Open a file
  • Ctrl + W – Close a file
  • Ctrl + M – Reader app home

Paint keyboard shortcuts

  • F11 – View a picture in full-screen mode
  • F12 – Save the picture as a new file
  • Ctrl + A – Select the entire picture
  • Ctrl + B – Bold selected text
  • Ctrl + C – Copy a selection to the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + E – Open the Properties dialog box
  • Ctrl + G – Show or hide gridlines
  • Ctrl + I – Italicize selected text
  • Ctrl + N – Create a new picture
  • Ctrl + O – Open an existing picture
  • Ctrl + P – Print a picture
  • Ctrl + R – Show or hide the ruler
  • Ctrl + S – Save changes to a picture
  • Ctrl + U – Underline selected text
  • Ctrl + V – Paste a selection from the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + W – Open the Resize and Skew dialog box
  • Ctrl + X – Cut a selection
  • Ctrl + Y – Redo a change
  • Ctrl + Z – Undo a change
  • Ctrl + plus ( + ) – Increase the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel
  • Ctrl + minus (-) – Decrease the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel
  • Ctrl + Page Up – Zoom in
  • Ctrl + Page Down – Zoom out
  • Alt (or F10) – Display keytips
  • Alt + F4 – Close a picture and its Paint window
  • Right arrow – Move the selection or active shape right by one pixel
  • Left arrow – Move the selection or active shape left by one pixel
  • Down arrow – Move the selection or active shape down by one pixel
  • Up arrow – Move the selection or active shape up by one pixel
  • Shift + F10 – Show the current shortcut menu

Windows Journal keyboard shortcuts

  • F5 – Refresh the note list
  • F6 – Toggle between a note list and a note
  • F11 – View a note in full-screen mode
  • Ctrl + A – Select all items on a page
  • Ctrl + C – Copy a selection to the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + F – Search for text in a file
  • Ctrl + G – Go to a page
  • Ctrl + N – Start a new note
  • Ctrl + O – Open a recently used note
  • Ctrl + P – Print a note
  • Ctrl + S – Save changes to a note
  • Ctrl + V – Paste a selection from the Clipboard
  • Ctrl + X – Cut a selection
  • Ctrl + Y – Redo a change
  • Ctrl + Z – Undo a change
  • Alt + F4 – Close a note and its Journal window
  • Ctrl + Shift + C – Display a shortcut menu for column headings in a note list
  • Ctrl + Shift + V – Move a note to a specific folder

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