100+ PowerPoint Shortcut Keys List PDF Download

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Using shortcut keys you can save so much when doing projects. There are lots of useful shortcut key tricks available for Microsoft Office PowerPoint

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PowerPoint Shortcut Keys List

Below is a complete list of Shortcut keys commonly used in PowerPoint.
  • Esc: Close the slideshow.
  • F1: Open the Microsoft office help option.
  • F5: Start the Slideshow.
  • Alt + F: Open Info option.
  • Alt + G: Open the Design tab.
  • Alt + H: Open the Home tab.
  • Alt + K: Open "The transitions tab.
  • Alt + N: Open Insert tab.
  • Alt + R: Open the Review tab.
  • Alt + S: Open Slide Show Tab.
  • Alt + W: Open View tab.
  • Ctrl + A: Select all Text, Objects of a slide. You can also select all slides, that first clicking a slide and then pressing Ctrl + A.
  • Ctrl + F: Open the Find dialog box and you can text in the current slide.
  • Ctrl + H: Open Replace dialog box.
  • Ctrl + M: Add a new slide.
  • Ctrl + N: Open a new PowerPoint window.
  • Ctrl + O:  Go to the Open option.
  • Ctrl + P: Open the Print option to print all slides.
  • Ctrl + Q: Close the PowerPoint all windows open at a time.
  • Ctrl + S or F12: Open the Save As dialog box so that you can save the PPT slide.
  • Ctrl + W: Close all the slides in the current PowerPoint window.
  • Ctrl + Y: Add a new slide at the bottom of the selected slide.
  • Ctrl + Z: Close the selected slide.
  • Ctrl + Shift + D: Add a copy slide of the currently selected slide.
  • Ctrl + Shift + H: Zoom out and in of the current slide at a time.
  • Ctrl + Shift + M:  Add a new slide at the bottom of the current slide.
  • Ctrl + Shift + N: Switch to the top slide.
  • Ctrl + Shift + S: Open the Save As dialog box.
  • End: Switch to the bottom slide.
  • PgUp or Up arrow: Move through each slide from bottom to top.
  • PgDn or Down arrow: Move through each slide top to bottom.
That's the list of all important keyboard shortcut keys used in MS PowerPoint.

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