232 Shortcuts for Microsoft Word 2016

1. Frequently Used Shortcuts

+Z or Ctrl+Z

Undo the last action

+X or Ctrl+X

Cut selected text or graphics

+C or Ctrl+C

Copy selected text or graphics to the Clipboard

+V or Ctrl+V

Paste the Clipboard contents

Option+ +G

Choose the Go To command (Edit menu)

Option+ +L

Open the Spelling and Grammar dialog box

F8

Extend a selection

+` (Grave accent)

Go to the next window

+Shift+S

Choose the Save As command (File menu).

Shift+F2

Copy selected text

Shift+F3

Change letters to uppercase, lowercase, or mixed case

Ctrl+F for Find; Ctrl+H for Find and Replace

Find or Find and Replace

+P or Ctrl+P

Print a document

Shift+F5

Move to the previous insertion point

+Shift+` (Grave accent)

Go to the previous window

Shift+F7

Open the Thesaurus pane

Shift+F8

Shrink a selection

Shift+F9

Switch between a field code and its result

+F3

Cut the selection to the Spike

+F4

Close the window

Option++R

Expand or minimize the ribbon

+Shift+F5

Edit a bookmark

Option+F7

Find the next misspelling or grammatical error. The Check spelling as you type check box must be selected (Word menu, Preferences command, Spelling and Grammar).

+Shift+L

Look up selected text on the Internet

2. Move the Cursor

Move the cursor

Some Windows keyboard shortcuts conflict with the corresponding default Mac OS keyboard shortcuts. To use these shortcuts, you may have to change your Mac keyboard settings to change the Show Desktop shortcut for the key.

Arrow Left

Move one character to the left

Arrow Right

Move one character to the right

Option+Arrow Left

Move one word to the left

Option+Arrow Right

Move one word to the right

+Arrow Up

Move one paragraph up

+Arrow Down

Move one paragraph down

Shift+Tab

Move one cell to the left (in a table)

Tab

Move one cell to the right (in a table)

Arrow Up

Move up one line

Arrow Down

Move down one line

+Arrow Right or End

Move to the end of a line

+Arrow Left or Home

Move to the beginning of a line

Page Up

Move up one screen (scrolling)

Page Down

Move down one screen (scrolling)

+Page Down

Move to the top of the next page

+Page Up

Move to the top of the previous page

+End; On a MacBook keyboard: +FN+Arrow Right

To the end of a document

+Home; On a MacBook keyboard: +FN+Arrow Left

To the beginning of a document

Shift+F5

To the previous insertion point

3. Select text and graphics

Select the first item that you want, hold down   , and then select any additional items.

Select multiple items not next to each other

Shift+Arrow Right

Select one character to the right

Shift+Arrow Left

Select one character to the left

Shift+Option+Arrow Right

Select one word to the right

Shift+Option+Arrow Left

Select one word to the left

+Shift+Arrow Right or Shift+End

Select to the end of a line

+Shift+Arrow Left or Shift+Home

Select to the beginning of a line

Shift+Arrow Down

Select one line down

Shift+Arrow Up

Select one line up

+Shift+Arrow Down

Select to the end of a paragraph

+Shift+Arrow Up

Select to the beginning of a paragraph

Shift+Page Down

Select one screen down

Shift+Page Up

Select one screen up

+Shift+Home

Select to the beginning of a document

+Shift+End

Select to the end of a document

Option++Shift+Page Down

Select to the end of a window

+A

Select to select the entire document

+Shift+F8 , and then use the arrow keys; press Esc to cancel selection mode.

Select to a vertical block of text

F8 , and then use the arrow keys; press Esc to cancel selection mode.

Select to a specific location in a document

4. Select text and graphics in a table

Tab

Select the next cell's contents

Shift+Tab

Select the preceding cell's contents

Hold down Shift and press an arrow key repeatedly.

Extend a selection to adjacent cells

Click in the column's top or bottom cell. Hold down Shift and press the Arrow Up or Arrow Down key repeatedly.

Select a column

+Shift+F8 , and then use the arrow keys; press Esc to cancel selection mode.

Extend a selection (or block)

Shift+F8

Reduce the selection size

Select the first item that you want, hold down   , and then select any additional items.

Select multiple cells, columns, or rows that are not next to each other

5. Extend a selection

F8

Turn on extend mode

F8, Arrow Left

Select the nearest character to the left

F8, Arrow Right

Select the nearest character to the right

Press F8 repeatedly to expand the selection to the entire word, sentence, paragraph, section, and document.

Expand a selection

Shift+F8

Reduce the size of a selection

Esc

Turn off extend mode

6. Edit text and graphics

+C or F3

Copy text or graphics

+Shift+C

Copy a style

+Shift+V

Paste a style

Ctrl+Option+C

Copy text or graphics to the Scrapbook

+X or F2

Cut selected text to the clipboard

+X or F2 (then move the cursor and press  +V or F4 )

Move text or graphics

Option+F3

Create AutoText

+Option+Shift+V

Insert AutoText

+V or F4

Paste the Clipboard contents

+Ctrl+V

Paste special

+Option+Shift+V

Paste and match the formatting of the surrounding text

+Shift+F3

Paste the Spike  contents

Delete

Delete one character to the left

+Delete

Delete one word to the left

or Clear

Delete one character to the right

+

Delete one word to the right

+X or F2

Cut selected text to the Clipboard

+Z

Undo the last action

+Y

Redo the last action

+F3

Cut to the Spike

7. Align and format paragraphs

+E

Center a paragraph

+J

Justify a paragraph

+L

Left-align a paragraph

+R

Right-align a paragraph

Ctrl+Shift+M

Indent a paragraph from the left

+Shift+M

Remove a paragraph indent from the left

+T

Create a hanging indent

+Shift+T

Remove a hanging indent

+Option+K

Start AutoFormat

+Shift+N

Apply the Normal style

+Option+1

Apply the Heading 1 style

+Option+2

Apply the Heading 2 style

+Option+3

Apply the Heading 3 style

+Shift+L

Apply the List style when the cursor is at the beginning of a line

Option+Spacebar

Insert a nonbreaking space

8. Set line spacing

+1

Set lines as single-spaced

+2

Set lines as double-spaced

+5

Set lines as 1.5-line spacing

+0 (zero)

Add or remove one line of space directly preceding a paragraph

9. Format characters

+Shift+F

Change the font

+Shift+>

Increase the font size

+Shift+<

Decrease the font size

+

Increase the font size by 1 point

+

Decrease the font size by 1 point

+D

Change the formatting of characters (Font command, Format menu)

Shift+F3

Change the case of letters

+Shift+A

Format in all capital letters

+B

Apply bold formatting

+U

Apply an underline

+Shift+W

Underline words but not spaces

+Shift+D

Double-underline text

+I

Apply italic formatting

+Shift+K

Format in all small capital letters

+= (Equal sign)

Apply subscript formatting (automatic spacing)

+Shift++ (Plus sign)

Apply superscript formatting (automatic spacing)

+Shift+X

Apply strike-through formatting

10. Insert special characters

+F9

Insert an empty field

Shift+Return

Insert a line break

+Enter

Insert a page break

+Shift+Return

Insert a column break

+Shift+- (Hyphen)

Insert a nonbreaking hyphen

Option+G

Insert the copyright symbol

Option+R

Insert the registered trademark symbol

Option+2

Insert the trademark symbol

Option+; (Semicolon)

Insert an ellipsis

11. Work with fields

Ctrl+Shift+D

Insert a DATE field

+Option+Shift+L

Insert a LISTNUM field

Ctrl+Shift+P

Insert a PAGE field

Ctrl+Shift+T

Insert a TIME field

+F9

Insert an empty field

F9

Update selected fields

+Shift+F9

Unlink a field

Shift+F9

Switch between a field code and its result

Option+F9

Switch between all field codes and their results

Option+Shift+F9

Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results

F11

Go to the next field

Shift+F11

Go to the previous field

+F11

Lock a field

+Shift+F11

Unlock a field

12. Outline a document

Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Left

Promote a paragraph

Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Right

Demote a paragraph

+Shift+N

Demote to body text

Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Up

Move selected paragraphs up

Ctrl+Shift+Arrow Down

Move selected paragraphs down

Ctrl+Shift++ (Plus sign)

Expand text under a heading

Ctrl+Shift+- (Minus sign)

Collapse text under a heading

Ctrl+Shift+A

Expand all body text and headings or collapse all body text

Ctrl+Shift+L

Show the first line of body text or all body text

Ctrl+Shift +

Show all headings with the specified heading level

13. Review a document

+Option+A

Insert a comment

+Shift+E

Turn track changes on or off

Home

Go to the beginning of a comment

End  (The End key is not available on all keyboards)

Go to the end of a comment

+Home

Go to the beginning of the list of comments when in the Reviewing Pane

+End

Go to the end of the list of comments when in the Reviewing Pane

14. Print a document

+P

Print a document

15. Move around in a table

Tab (If the cursor is in the last cell of a table, pressing Tab adds a new row)

Move to the next cell

Shift+Tab

Move to the preceding cell

Arrow Up or Arrow Down

Move to the preceding or next row

Ctrl+Home

Move to the first cell in the row

Ctrl+End

Move to the last cell in the row

Ctrl+Page Up

Move to the first cell in the column

Ctrl+Page Down

Move to the last cell in the column

Return

Start a new paragraph

Tab at the end of the last row.

Add a new row at the bottom of the table

Return at the beginning of the first cell

Add text before a table at the beginning of a document

+Ctrl+I

Insert a row

16. Resize table columns by using the ruler

Shift

Move a single column line; Retain table width.

+Shift

Equally resize all columns to the right; Retain table width.

Proportionally resize all columns to the right; Retain table width.

17. Resize table columns directly in a table.

No key

Move a single column line; Retain table width.

Shift

Retain column sizes to the right; Change table width.

+Shift

Equally resize all columns to the right; Retain table width.

Proportionally resize all columns to the right; Retain table width.

18. Insert paragraphs and tab characters in a table

Return

Insert a new paragraph in a cell

Option+Tab

Insert a Tab character in a cell

19. Use footnotes and endnotes

+Option+F

Insert a footnote

+Option+E

Insert an endnote

20. Right-to-left language features

Ctrl+ +Arrow Left

Paragraph direction to right to left

Ctrl+ +Arrow Right

Paragraph direction to left to right

21. Function key shortcuts

F1

Undo the last action

F2

Cut selected text or graphics

F3

Copy selected text or graphics to the clipboard

F4

Paste the Clipboard contents

F5

Choose the Go To command (Edit menu)

F7

Open the Spelling and Grammar dialog box

F8

Extend a selection

F9

Update selected fields.

+F6

Go to the next window

Shift+F2

Copy selected text

Shift+F3

Change letters to uppercase, lowercase, or mixed case

Shift+F4 or +Shift+F4

Repeat a Find or Go To action

Shift+F5

Move to the previous insertion point

Shift+F7

Open the Thesaurus pane

Shift+F8

Shrink a selection

Shift+F9

Switch between a field code and its result.

Shift+F11

Go to the previous field

+F3

Cut the selection to the Spike

+F4

Close the window

+F6

Go to the next window

+F9

Insert an empty field

+F11

Lock a field

+Shift+F3

Insert the contents of the Spike

+Shift+F5

Edit a bookmark

+Shift+F7

Update linked information in a Word source document

+Shift+F8+ Arrow Key

Extend a selection as a block selection

+Shift+F9

Unlink a field

+Shift+F11

Unlock a field

Option+F3

Create an AutoText entry

Option+F7

Find the next misspelling or grammatical error

Option+F8

Run a macro

Option+F9

Switch between all field codes and their results

+Shift+L

Look up selected text on the Internet

Option+Shift+F9

Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results

Created by Peherte on 5/17/2017. Last updated by bernd on 7/7/2019

 

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Comment #84 by cla Aug 30, 2020 at 03:32 pm  Reply

Many thanks for this fantastic website! Very very helpful! A question...is there any way to somehow memorize the shortcuts? Tip and tricks? Thaaaaanks!

Reply #1 bernd Aug 30, 2020 at 03:54 pm

the easiest way to remember is probably how they derive shortcuts from the function. Simple case is [B] for [B]old. Many times they intentionally or unintentionally put the shortcut cue in the middle for example [E] for C[e]nter text. Thanks for the kind words!

Comment #83 by Nitin K Jun 10, 2020 at 08:49 pm  Reply

Thanks for such a wonderful collection of shortcuts. Do we have short cut for format picture in MS-Word and Ms-PowerPoint

Comment #82 by hassan Mar 3, 2020 at 06:18 am  Reply

Tremendous information about words and its shortcut keys...!

Comment #81 by Sher Singh Feb 4, 2020 at 04:50 am  Reply

Print preview & current page short key

Comment #80 by Joyce Marshall Oct 7, 2018 at 03:38 am  Reply

Thank you so much. I have been using the shortcut Alt/E/S to access Paste Special and then unformatted text. However, as soon as I do Alt/E I get the symbol é. Is there a fix for this please.

Reply #1 Jan Mar 14, 2019 at 10:43 am

Alt-E is most probably assigned as shortcut to this symbol. Try to remove the shortcut, i.e. type Alt-N+U+M and scroll to and select the symbol (maybe in the recently used), then Alt+K and select under 'Current keys' the Alt+E, then type Alt+R, or choose 'remove'. Ctrl+' followed by E gives the é, as well as Ctrl+Shift+: followed by E gives ë and guess what Ctrl+` followed by E does... Instead of E other letters work the same. Hope this helps!

Comment #79 by Sturges Nov 30, 2017 at 07:17 am  Reply

Is there a shortcut for deleting a blank page in Word?

Comment #78 by jas Oct 17, 2017 at 10:44 am  Reply

hi, is there a shortcut for Numbering in ms word?

Comment #77 by Tom Giordano Dec 20, 2016 at 10:28 am  Reply

Great document. I noticed one item that could be updated. *Tapping F8 repeatedly* to extend selection will, in order, select a word, *sentence*, paragraph, *section* and finally document. My suggestions for updates are emphasized by asterisks.

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Comment #74 by WHekkies Mar 22, 2016 at 08:50 am  Reply

In the section: Word 2013 Shortcuts | 14. Enter Special Fields, there is an error : ALT+SHIFT+I is called insert Citation and ALT+SHIFT+O is also wrongly called insert Citation. It should be Insert Table of Content

Reply #1 bernd Mar 22, 2016 at 09:02 am

fixed; thanks for the help

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Comment #71 by Ego Bizzin Jan 30, 2016 at 04:18 am  Reply

[11] Outline View [*] Switch to Outline View from : {ctrl}{shift} + O to : {alt}{ctrl} + O

Comment #70 by Cliff Sep 26, 2015 at 08:57 am  Reply

Great Site. Could I suggest adding 'CTRL-Spacebar' to get drop down menu for panes in Word 2013. eg CTRL-SHIFT-S" display apply styles pane CTRL-Spacebar,C to close. Works for all panes in Word as far as I know. NB Found on other MS Comunnities site, not my work.

Reply #1 bernd Dec 7, 2015 at 06:43 am

Thanks; i am in the process doing major rework of all Office Shortcuts with the 2016 update. Took me a while, but i got it. let me add that to the next large update.

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Comment #50 by Limaccia Jul 4, 2014 at 02:36 pm  Reply

Agree with everyone, this is wonderful! I had a devil of a time finding a list of Keyboard Shortcuts for Word Starter (I still hate this version for all their limits upon customization).
Although you don't mention "Word Starter" these appear to work for it. Many thanks!
But I'd like to see the two columns reversed (What it does, followed by the command) although obviously they would not fit together as well in your list

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Comment #41 by siva Jan 29, 2014 at 06:05 am  Reply

I want a shortcut for the following:
Merger: In merger two or more existing companies combine into one company. The transferor company merges its identity into the transferring company by the transfer of its
business (assets and liabilities). The shareholders of the transferor company receive shares in
the merged company in exchange for the shares held by them in the transferor company as
per the agreed exchange ratio
I want to make it continuous and I am tired of puutin space delete in each lin.

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Comment #36 by Kaththea Sep 30, 2013 at 09:32 am  Reply

You're missing a whole bunch of short cuts. ^p for new paragraph. ^t for tab.

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Comment #31 by BRANDY Jul 18, 2013 at 12:52 pm  Reply

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Comment #30 by smorkunas1 Jul 5, 2013 at 01:22 pm  Reply

What short cut key can I use to turn off my computer when the keyboard freezes and I have no cursor?

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Comment #25 by Shaalow Jun 18, 2013 at 06:51 pm  Reply

Hi there,
Thanks for the great list. This isn't shortcut related exactly, but I'm wondering if you know a quick way to view recent folders when saving a word document. This seems to be gone from the left side of my screen which lists the folders.
I'm saving in too many different folders to be able to add to favorites and it's much more time consuming to have to go and find the folder I want each time.
Many thanks!

Reply #1 Shaalow Jun 18, 2013 at 06:54 pm

One more thing! After using Ctrl + P for print, in Word 2003 it would automatically select the number of pages where you would only have to hit the number you wanted and enter. Any tips other than the new long "short-cut" using the alt +++ keys?

Comment #24 by Ashutosh May 29, 2013 at 05:34 am  Reply

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Comment #23 by SANDEEP May 16, 2013 at 05:32 am  Reply

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Comment #22 by Mark May 11, 2013 at 03:23 am  Reply

How about F4 alone? This allows you to move to a new position in a document then simply repeat the last action you performed (e.g. 'insert rows above' current position in a table, bold selected text, anything almost..) Sooo handy.

Reply #1 Sandy Jul 4, 2013 at 11:22 am

F4=Repeat last action - Does not work in Office 2010. I used this shortcut more than any other one in previous versions. It worked in Excel, Access, Word. I miss it!

Comment #21 by Nitin48 Mar 31, 2013 at 01:19 am  Reply

Wow this is very useful in office work thank you

Comment #20 by haider sher Dec 22, 2012 at 05:42 am  Reply

thank u it is an amezing.but may mor
in excel

Comment #19 by sadhanabhat Dec 19, 2012 at 01:25 pm  Reply

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Comment #18 by TOFIN Oct 30, 2012 at 06:41 am  Reply

thank u . it is amezing . this is help for all type in word

Comment #17 by Leetan Oct 22, 2012 at 02:17 am  Reply

Thank u but tag more short cut key in excel.

thank u

Comment #16 by Jean Oct 11, 2012 at 12:35 pm  Reply

There is no way to get into an existing header or footer with a key stroke. The auto stuff really sucks.

Comment #15 by MOHAMMED BABAR Sep 18, 2012 at 09:19 am  Reply

Thanks giving the useful keywords

Comment #14 by Jojo Jul 22, 2012 at 08:13 pm  Reply

In a previous life (around Word 2003 and earlier) I used to be able to do multilevel lists with numbering. I know, you still can, BUT, what I don't seem to be able to do with the keyboard is find a shortcut to indent the next level of the list I am doing, and have it automatically put the correct number in.
Previously I could go
1. hard return
tab 1.1 hard return
tab tab 1.1.1 hard return, hard return
2.
Now the paragraph goes in, but the numbering doesn't. Am I missing some quirky setting hidden deep in the program?

Comment #13 by Michael Osborne Jun 21, 2012 at 05:49 pm  Reply

There may be a mistake in the Word 2010 keyboard shortcut for superscript. I found that Ctrl Shift = works but the shortcut you posted does not i.e. Ctrl Shift [ ] Thanks for a great reference site though.

Reply #1 bernd Jun 22, 2012 at 08:56 am

You are correct. Just fixed it. Thanks for pointing it out!

Comment #12 by Patrick May 31, 2012 at 09:46 pm  Reply

When I preview a building block in the Organizer, I am unable to zoom into the the contents of the block. Anyway, I can zoom in or expand the Organizer box to full screen

Comment #11 by Naveen May 18, 2012 at 10:48 am  Reply

It was excellent, Thank you!

Comment #10 by Alice Greene Jan 30, 2012 at 03:57 pm  Reply

I was looking for a Word 2010 (I HATE THAT PROGAM!!) shortcut to put in today's date, without the date changing every time you open the document. I stumbled upon your website in my Google search. I REALLY appreciate the list of shortcuts you posted. I really miss WordPerfect! In my opinion, WordPerfect is a truly superior word processing program, but Microsoft puts Word on every PC. I'm not a complete idiot. I know what I want in a document, and I don't want some stupid computer program making all my decisions for me. I think I've turned almost all of the crap off that I hate (automatic lists, etc.), but there are some things that still suck.

Reply #1 Suzanne Aug 1, 2013 at 09:28 am

Alice, you are so RIGHT. Word Perfect is by far the best word processing program EVER. Very user friendly, fast and efficient. LOVE IT. After 31 years my firm is going to WORD. So disappointed. I HATE it too! Good luck. I may have to Xanax to get through this!!!! lol

Comment #9 by Mohammad Jan 16, 2012 at 05:35 am  Reply

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keyboard shortcut for display/hide word 2010 navigation pane is ALT+W,K not ALT V,K as you say

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Comment #5 by Jefferson Dec 1, 2011 at 02:17 pm  Reply

Ctrl + Alt + H (To toggle highlight text on/off)

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