Same column in a Table shortcut

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Which one of the following is a shortcut for going to the beginning of a column in the same column in a table?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80099

Same column in a Table shortcut

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Hi Jagodish,

You can use Ctrl+Home to view the column in the beginning and Ctrl+End to view the column in the end of it. Is there any further information about it? Can you please provide me some of it?

Thank you in advance. That’s my answer. 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #80100

Same column in a Table shortcut

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Hi Friend,

I provided you a simple and ease shortcut on how  to use MS Word in a table and some of the shortcut that you need enable to use MS Word. Hope It can Help….. Here Are some

ctrl+z / y

Undo / Redo the last action.

arrow left / arrow right

Move one character to the left / right.

ctrl+arrow left /ctrl+arrow right

Move one word to the left / right.

arrow up / arrow down

Move one line up /down down.

ctrl+arrow down /ctrl+arrow up

Move to the next/ previous paragraph.

home / end

Move to the beginning / end of the line.

ctrl+home / ctrl+end

Scroll to the top/ bottom of the current page.

page up / page down

Scroll up/ down in the current page.

ctrl+backspace /ctrl+delete

Delete one word to the left / right.

ctrl+x / ctrl+c / ctrl+v

Cut/ Copy/ Paste the selected text or item.

ctrl+b

Apply or remove bold formatting from the selected text.

ctrl+i

Apply or remove italic formatting from the selected text.

ctrl+u

Apply or remove the underline from the selected text.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #80101

Same column in a Table shortcut

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Hi Friend,

I Provided you a simple and Ease shortcut on how to use MS Word in an appropriate way. Just hold down Ctrl and press Home or Ctrl+Home, this shortcut command will Automatically execute on the go  in the beginning of Current column of Table in MS Word or in  the top of  current page that you are working for… Hope It can help.

 

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