1.SHIFT + ARROW
To highlight text in your work, you can use the SHIFT key in combination with an arrow key. Hold down the SHIFT key and hit an arrow key to highlight text easily from left to right, without relying on your mouse.
2.CTRL + Z
Make a mistake in your work? No problem! Hit CTRL + Z to “undo” your last action. You can easily restore your work to the previous format and forget all about the change you just made. This command lets you go back in time through the past actions you took.
3.CTRL + X
If you “undo” an action and then decide you want to move forward in time and go back to one of your more recent edits, simply hit CTRL + X to “redo” your actions. This command lets you go forward in time with your edits.
4.CTRL + F
Trying to find a specific word or phrase somewhere on the screen? CTRL + F opens the “Find” box and allows you to enter in the word or phrase you’re searching for. You can then scroll through and find the highlighted instances of that search and easily find what you’re looking for.
5.CTRL + N
If you need to open a new tab in your internet browser or a new document in Microsoft Word, CTRL + N can help. This command will open a new window of whatever tool