Editing text shortcut keys:
When it comes to editing text, there are almost universal keyboard shortcuts shared by almost all programs. Some of them are,
|Custom hyphens; hyphenation set by you.|
|Non-breaking dash and is not used for hyphenation.|
|Non-breaking spaces. Non-breaking spaces are not used for|
hyphenation and are not expanded if the text is justified.
|Line break without paragraph change.|
|Move cursor to the left.|
|Move cursor with selection to the left.|
|Go to beginning of a word.|
|Select to the left word by word.|
|Move cursor to the right.|
Move cursor with selection to the right.
Go to beginning of next word.
Select to the right word by word.
Move cursor up one line.
Selecting lines going upwards in the document.
Move cursor to the beginning of the paragraph.
Select to beginning of paragraph. Next keystroke extends selection to beginning of previous paragraph.
|Move cursor down one line.|
Selecting lines going downwards in the document.
|Move cursor to end of paragraph.|
|Select to end of paragraph. Next keystroke extends selection to end of next paragraph.|
|Go to beginning of line|
Go to and select to the beginning of a line.
Go to start of text block in slide.
Go to and select to the beginning of text block in slide.
Go to end of line.
Go to and select to end of a line.
Go to end of text block in a slide.
Go to and select to the end of text block in a slide.
Delete text to end of word.
Delete text to end of sentence.
Delete text to beginning of word. In a list, delete an empty paragraph in front of current paragraph.
|Delete text to beginning of sentence.|