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Appendix�D.�Key Bindings Summary

Keybindings for Working with Documents

Start New Document Ctrl + N
Open Document Ctrl + O
Save Document Ctrl + S
Print Document Ctrl + P
Close Document Ctrl + W
Quit KWord Ctrl + Q

Keybindings for Character Selection

Move selection one character to the left. Shift + Left Arrow
Move selection one word to the left. Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow
Move selection one character to the right. Shift + Right Arrow
Move selection one word to the right. Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the character directly up one line. Shift + Up Arrow
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the first character of the line directly above. Ctrl + Shift + Up Arrow
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the character directly down one line. Shift + Down Arrow
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the last character of the line directly below. Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the beginning of the line. Shift + Home
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the beginning of the document. Ctrl + Shift + Home
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the end of the line. Shift + End
Selects all characters from the start of the selection, to the end of the document. Ctrl + Shift + End
Moves the current endpoint one screen up. Shift + Page-Up
Moves the current endpoint one page up. The endpoint is located at the first character of this page. Ctrl + Shift + Page-Up
Moves the current endpoint down one screen. Shift + Page-Down
Moves the current endpoint down one page. The endpoint is located at the first character of this page. Ctrl + Shift + Page-Down
Select all text in the current frame. Ctrl + A

Keybindings for Character Formatting

Toggle Boldface On/Off Ctrl + B
Toggle Italics On/Off Ctrl + I
Toggle Underline On/Off Ctrl + U
Format Font Alt + Ctrl + F
Decrease Font Size Ctrl + <
Increase Font Size Ctrl + >

Keybindings for Paragraph Formatting

Align Block (Justify) Ctrl + J
Align Center Alt + Ctrl + C
Align Left Ctrl + L
Align Right Alt + Ctrl + R
Format Paragraph Alt + Ctrl + P

Keybindings for Basic Editing Functions and Search and Replace

Copy Ctrl + C ( Ctrl + Insert )
Cut Ctrl + X ( Shift + Delete )
Paste Ctrl + V ( Shift + Insert )
Find Ctrl + F
Replace Ctrl + R
Undo Ctrl + Z
Redo Ctrl + Shift + Z

Keybindings for Inserting

Create Text Frame F10
Insert Picture Shift + F5
Create Formula Frame F4
Create Table F5
Insert Special Character Alt + Shift + C
Insert Non-breaking Space Ctrl + Space
Insert Soft Hyphen Ctrl + -
Insert Line Break Shift + Return
Insert Hard Frame Break Ctrl + Return

Keybindings for Accessibility

Popup Context Menu Menu (see note below)
Resize Panel Forward F8
Resize Panel Reverse Shift + F8
Set Focus to Widget Alt + F8
Enter keyboard Mouse Emulation mode Alt + F12
Click mouse in Mouse Emulation mode spacebar
Go to Document Structure Alt + 1
Go to Document Alt + 2

Note

On most keyboards, the Menu key is on the righthand side between the Windows� and Ctrl keys. It has a menu icon on it.

Keybindings for Mouse Navigation



Miscellaneous Keyboard Shortcuts

KWord Handbook F1
Whats This? Shift + F1
Completion Ctrl + E
Lower Frame Ctrl + Shift + L
Raise Frame Ctrl + Shift + R
Show Stylist Alt + Ctrl + S



 
 
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