The massive range of keyboard shortcuts (and ability to set your own) is one of the main reasons I use Microsoft Word. Here’s one I hadn’t previously noticed: a handy shortcut to instantly move an entire paragraph up or down.
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Office expert Helen Bradley points out that Shift-Alt-Up Arrow moves an entire paragraph up, while Shift-Alt-Down Arrow does the same in a downwards direction. Very helpful when you’re shuffling paragraphs about. I’ve tended to use Control-Shift-Up to select a whole paragraph and then Control-X to cut it, but this is much more efficient.
Word 2010 and 2013 Tip – Quickly Move Paragraphs [Helen Bradley]