MS OFFICE

Why Microsoft Office?

Introduction: 

Using Microsoft office one’s that your grammar would be correct considering all the factors that which it has been built by using -in grammar-checking tool. It also has options to either view the documents, or else it offers some conditional formatting. Microsoft office provides high quality that which permits to easily create diagrams.

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One of the advantages of Microsoft word is that it allows easy as well as textual input. Microsoft word also has a large variety of formatting choices. It contains  self explanatory “discourse boxes and menu options”.

It’s been found that more than the two decades since “Microsoft’s”  suite of office productivity  has been released

Forrester reported that two years ago 80% of the companies were running some different versions of Office; this number did not have much budget.

As easy as it is, sometimes it may cause or to dislike the Offices, it’s very hard to deny that it “ a  robust feature set which is pretty.”

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For example 

Let us consider the “Web-based tools like Google Docs, which are the only one that which contains a portion  what Office does. And while they accomplish this the majority of commonly-needed tasks from being based in the cloud, which is still not enough for other businesses.

Eagerness to provide an office suite completely depends on the type of worker. A Web-based solution can be especially ideal for the workers who go on travelling extensively, such as sales, marketing etc.

Example 2:

IT decision makers usually said that they’d be more likely to give up a solution to workers who have some documents to be edited. Hence as opposed to those who have certain jobs to revolve more heavily?

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The second important factor by larger companies is that the desire to cut/minimize the costs that which have been incurred.

Obviously, for small businesses and other nonprofit organizations it’s a much more important factor and as a result these organizations tend to have more important  office alternatives.

MS WORD SHORTCUTS AND TIPS

Some Handy short cuts helps the even the non computer user to work with Ms-office with more easier and an Efficient way with performance much better than the before. Beginners and experts can  speed up their creating and as well as  editing the  Microsoft Word documents.

Shortcut                                       Description           

Ctrl + 0 Used to Add or remove 6pts of spacing before a paragraph.
Ctrl + A Used to Select all contents of the page.
Ctrl + B Mainly used for Bold highlighted selection.
Ctrl + C Copy selected text.
Ctrl + D Opens the font preferences window.
Ctrl + E It Aligns the line or selected text to the center of the screen.
Ctrl + F Opens find box.
Ctrl + I It helps in the Italic highlighted selection.
Ctrl + J Helps in Aligning  the selected text or line to justify the screen.
Ctrl + K Used to Insert the  link.
Ctrl + L Helps to Align the line or selected text to the left of the screen.
Ctrl + M Helps to Indent the paragraph.
Ctrl + P Helps to Open the print window.
Ctrl + R Used to Align the line or selected text to the right of the screen.
Ctrl + T Helps in Creating a hanging indent.
Ctrl + U Underline the highlighted selection.
Ctrl + V Paste.
Ctrl + X Cut the  selected text.
Ctrl + Y It is used to Redo the last action performed.
Ctrl + Z It helps in Undo last action.
Ctrl + Shift + L Quickly creates a bullet point.
Ctrl + Shift + F Change the font.
Ctrl + Shift + > Increase selected font +1pts up to 12pt and then increases font +2pts.
Ctrl + ] Increase selected font +1pts.
Ctrl + Shift + < Decrease selected font -1pts if 12pt or lower, if above 12 decreases font by +2pt.
Ctrl + [ Decrease selected font -1pts.
Ctrl + / + c Used mainly to Insert a cent sign (¢).
Ctrl + ‘ + <char> Insert a character with an accent (grave) mark, where <char> is the character you want. For example, if you wanted an accented è you would use Ctrl + ‘ + e as your shortcut key. To reverse the accent mark use the opposite accent mark, often on the tilde key.
Ctrl + Shift + * Used mainly to View or hide non printing characters.
Ctrl + <left arrow> Moves one word to the left.
Ctrl + <right arrow> Moves one word to the right.
Ctrl + <up arrow> Moves to the beginning of the line or paragraph.
Ctrl + <down arrow> Currently Moves to the end of the paragraph.
Ctrl + Del Deletes the word to the  right of cursor.
Ctrl + Backspace Deletes word to the  left of cursor.
Ctrl + End Moves the cursor to the end of the document.
Ctrl + Home Moves the cursor to the beginning of the document.
Ctrl + Spacebar Reset highlighted text to the default font.
Ctrl + 1 Single-space lines.
Ctrl + 2 Double-space lines.
Ctrl + 5 1.5-line spacing.
Ctrl + Alt + 1 Changes text to heading 1.
Ctrl + Alt + 2 Changes text to heading 2.
Ctrl + Alt + 3 Changes text to heading 3.
Alt + Ctrl + F2 Open new document.
Ctrl + F1 Open the Task Pane.
Ctrl + F2 Display the print preview.
Ctrl + Shift + > Increases the highlighted text size by one.
Ctrl + Shift + < Decreases the highlighted text size by one.
Ctrl + Shift + F6 Opens to another open Microsoft Word document.
Ctrl + Shift + F12 Prints the document.
F1 It is used to Open the  Help window.
F4 Used to Repeat the last action performed (Word 2000+)
F5 Open the find, replace, and go to window in Microsoft Word.
F7  Hence allows the Spell check and grammar check selected text or document.
F12 Save as.
Shift + F3  It helps us to change the text in Microsoft Word from uppercase to lowercase or a capital letter at the beginning of every word.
Shift + F7 Allows us to Run a Thesaurus check on the word highlighted.
Shift + F12 Save.
Shift + Enter Helps to Create a soft break instead of a new paragraph.
Shift + Insert Paste.
Shift + Alt + D Allows us to Insert the current date.
Shift + Alt + T Helps us to Insert the current time.