Of course, you may not need all 60 of these, but knowing them will make you flexible, fast, and ready to work with whatever tool you’re presented with, whether it’s a Windows PC, a Mac, an Excel spreadsheet, or a Powerpoint slideshow. Plus, there are extras in here for Gmail and Chrome to boot.
The graphic below has all of the shortcuts broken down by the application they’re useful for, and while some of them are ones you probably use every day, like Ctrl/Opt + C and Ctrl/Opt + V to copy and paste, some of them are more interesting, like F7 to start a spell check from anywhere in a Word document, Shift + F3 to switch case, and / Shift+J to mark a Gmail message as read. Check out the whole thing below, and see if you pick up anything new.
This story has been updated since its original publication.
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