Keyboard Shortcuts Ultimate Lists To Save Every Minute

Author: Aliyar Azimov
Aliyar Azimov February 02, 2022
Keyboard Shortcuts Ultimate Lists To Save Every Minute

Keyboard shortcuts on Windows and Mac offer a quick way to navigate and operate throughout the system. Companies are introduced keyboard shortcuts to boost productivity and save time.

If you're a keyboard user who avoids using the mouse whenever possible, this article will show you how to navigate your operating system almost entirely using your keyboard!

It can be challenging to remember all of the keyboard shortcuts. However, you do not need to master every available shortcut on your computer's operating system. To make your life a little easier and increase productivity, you only need to focus more regularly on the ones you require.

Below you can find every shortcut necessary for your productivity and operating system experience. We'll go through all of the most helpful keyboard shortcuts for navigating and using the desktop and apps in this Windows and Mac. The post will be updated constantly, so we advise you to bookmark this page and check it later for updates.

Keyboard shortcuts you have to know

Let’s get started!

Mac shortcuts

  • Command-X: Cut the selected item and copy it to the Clipboard.
  • Command-C: Copy the selected item to the Clipboard. This also works for files in the Finder.
  • Command-V: Paste the contents of the Clipboard into the current document or app. This also works for files in the Finder.
  • Command-Z: Undo the previous command. You can then press Shift-Command-Z to Redo, reversing the undo command. In some apps, you can undo and redo multiple commands.
  • Command-A: Select All items.
  • Command-F: Find items in a document or open a Find window.
  • Command-G: Find Again: Find the next occurrence of the item previously found. To find the previous occurrence, press Shift-Command-G.
  • Command-H: Hide the windows of the front app. To view the front app but hide all other apps, press Option-Command-H.
  • Command-M: Minimize the front window to the Dock. To minimize all windows of the front app, press Option-Command-M.
  • Command-O: Open the selected item, or open a dialog to select a file to open.
  • Command-P: Print the current document.
  • Command-S: Save the current document.
  • Command-T: Open a new tab.
  • Command-W: Close the front window. To close all windows of the app, press Option-Command-W.
  • Option-Command-Esc: Force quit an app.
  • Command–Space bar: Show or hide the Spotlight search field.
  • Control–Command–Space bar: Show the Character Viewer, from which you can choose emoji and other symbols.
  • Control-Command-F: Use the app in full screen, if supported by the app.
  • Space bar: Use Quick Look to preview the selected item.
  • Command-Tab: Switch to the next most recently used app among your open apps.
  • Shift-Command-5: In macOS Mojave or later, take a screenshot or make a screen recording. Or use Shift-Command-3 or Shift-Command-4 for screenshots.
  • Shift-Command-N: Create a new folder in the Finder.
  • Command-Comma (,): Open preferences for the front app.
  • Control-Command-Q: Immediately lock your screen.
  • Shift-Command-Q: Log out of your macOS user account.

Windows shortcuts

  • Ctrl + X: Cut the selected item.
  • Ctrl + C: Copy the selected item.
  • Ctrl + V: Paste the selected item.
  • Ctrl + Z: Undo an action.
  • Alt + Tab: Switch between open apps.
  • Alt + F4: Close the active item, or exit the active app.
  • Windows logo key + L: Lock your PC.
  • Windows logo key + D: Display and hide the desktop.
  • F2: Rename the selected item.
  • F3: Search for a file or folder in File Explorer.
  • F4: Display the address bar list in File Explorer.
  • F5: Refresh the active window.
  • F6: Cycle through screen elements in a window or on the desktop.
  • F10: Activate the Menu bar in the active app.
  • Alt + F8: Show your password on the sign-in screen.
  • Alt + Esc: Cycle through items in the order in which they were opened.
  • Alt + underlined letter: Perform the command for that letter.
  • Alt + Enter: Display properties for the selected item.
  • Alt + Spacebar: Open the shortcut menu for the active window.
  • Alt + Left arrow: Go back.
  • Alt + Right arrow: Go forward.
  • Alt + Page Up: Move up one screen.
  • Alt + Page Down: Move down one screen.
  • Ctrl + F4: Close the active document (in apps that are full-screen and let you have multiple documents open at the same time).
  • Ctrl + A: Select all items in a document or window.
  • Ctrl + D (or Delete): Delete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin.
  • Ctrl + E: Open Search (in most apps).
  • Ctrl + R (or F5): Refresh the active window.
  • Ctrl + Y: Redo an action.
  • Ctrl + Right arrow: Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word.
  • Ctrl + Left arrow: Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word.
  • Ctrl + Down arrow: Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph.
  • Ctrl + Up arrow: Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph.
  • Ctrl + Alt + Tab: Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps.
  • Alt + Shift + arrow keys: When a group or tile is in focus on the Start menu, move it in the direction specified.
  • Ctrl + Shift + arrow keys: When a tile is in focus on the Start menu, move it into another tile to create a folder.
  • Ctrl + arrow keys: Resize the Start menu when it's open.
  • Ctrl + arrow key + Spacebar: Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop.
  • Ctrl + Shift with an arrow key: Select a block of text.
  • Ctrl + Esc: Open Start.
  • Ctrl + Shift + Esc: Open Task Manager.
  • Ctrl + Shift: Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available.
  • Ctrl + Spacebar: Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off.
  • Shift + F10: Display the shortcut menu for the selected item.
  • Shift with any arrow key: Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text in a document.
  • Shift + Delete: Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first.
  • PrtScn: Take a screenshot of your whole screen and copy it to the clipboard.

Microsoft Word shortcuts (Windows & Mac)

Common Action

Windows shortcuts

Mac shortcuts


Create a new document



Open a document



Save a document



Open the Save As dialog box



Close a document



Print a document



Select everything in the document



Copy selection to the clipboard


⌘-C or F3

Paste from the clipboard


⌘-V or F4

Delete selection and copy it to the clipboard


⌘-X or F2

Undo the last action


⌘-Z or F1

Redo the last action




Make text bold



Make text italic



Underline text



Double underline text



Underline words but not spaces



Make text strikethrough

Alt-H, 4


Make text all caps



Make text superscript



Make text subscript



Make font size larger



Make font size smaller



Open the Font dialog box

Ctrl-D or Ctrl-Shift-F


Insert a hyperlink



Left-align text



Right-align text



Center-align text



Justify text



Indent a paragraph



Remove paragraph indentation



Change to single-line spacing



Change to double-line spacing



Change to 1.5-line spacing



Open the Styles pane



Google Docs shortcuts (Windows and Mac)

Common actions





Ctrl + c

⌘ + c


Ctrl + x

⌘ + x


Ctrl + v

⌘ + v

Paste without formatting

Ctrl + Shift + v

⌘ + Shift + v


Ctrl + z

⌘ + z


Ctrl + Shift + z

⌘ + Shift + z

Insert or edit link

Ctrl + k

⌘ + k

Open link

Alt + Enter

Option + Enter

Show common keyboard shortcuts

Ctrl + /

⌘ + /

SaveEvery change is automatically saved in Drive

Ctrl + s

⌘ + s


Ctrl + p

⌘ + p


Ctrl + o

⌘ + o


Ctrl + f

⌘ + f

Find and replace

Ctrl + h

⌘ + Shift + h

Find again

Ctrl + g

⌘ + g

Find previous

Ctrl + Shift + g

⌘ + Shift + g

Hide the menus (compact mode)

Ctrl + Shift + f

Ctrl + Shift + f

Insert page break

Ctrl + Enter

⌘ + Enter

Repeat last action

Ctrl + y

⌘ + y

Switch to editing

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + z

⌘ + Option + Shift + z

Switch to suggesting

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + x

⌘ + Option + Shift + x

Switch to viewing

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + c

⌘ + Option + Shift + c



Ctrl + b

⌘ + b


Ctrl + i

⌘ + i


Ctrl + u

⌘ + u


Alt + Shift + 5

⌘ + Shift + x


Ctrl + .

⌘ + .


Ctrl + ,

⌘ + ,

Copy text formatting

Ctrl + Alt + c

⌘ + Option + c

Paste text formatting

Ctrl + Alt + v

⌘ + Option + v

Clear text formatting

Ctrl + \Ctrl + Space

⌘ + \

Increase font size

Ctrl + Shift + .

⌘ + Shift + .

Decrease font size

Ctrl + Shift + ,

⌘ + Shift + ,


Increase paragraph indentation

Ctrl + ]

⌘ + ]

Decrease paragraph indentation

Ctrl + [

⌘ + [

Apply normal text style

Ctrl + Alt + 0

⌘ + Option + 0

Apply heading style [1-6]

Ctrl + Alt + [1-6]

⌘ + Option + [1-6]

Left align

Ctrl + Shift + l

⌘ + Shift + l

Center align

Ctrl + Shift + e

⌘ + Shift + e

Right align

Ctrl + Shift + r

⌘ + Shift + r


Ctrl + Shift + j

⌘ + Shift + j

Numbered list

Ctrl + Shift + 7

⌘ + Shift + 7

Bulleted list

Ctrl + Shift + 8

⌘ + Shift + 8


Ctrl + Shift + 9

Command + Shift + 9

Move paragraph up/down

Ctrl + Shift + Up/down arrow

Ctrl + Shift + Up/down arrow


Alt text

Ctrl + Alt + y

⌘ + Option + y

Resize larger

Ctrl + Alt + k

⌘ + Ctrl + k

Resize larger horizontally

Ctrl + Alt + b

⌘ + Ctrl + b

Resize larger vertically

Ctrl + Alt + i

⌘ + Ctrl + i

Resize smaller

Ctrl + Alt + j

⌘ + Ctrl + j

Resize smaller horizontally

Ctrl + Alt + w

⌘ + Ctrl + w

Resize smaller vertically

Ctrl + Alt + q

⌘ + Ctrl + q

Rotate clockwise by 15°

Alt + Right arrow

Option + Right arrow

Rotate counterclockwise by 15°

Alt + Left arrow

Option + Left arrow

Rotate counterclockwise by 1°

Alt + Shift + Left arrow

Option + Shift + Left arrow

Rotate clockwise by 1°

Alt + Shift + Right arrow

Option + Shift + Right arrow

Close drawing editor

Shift + Esc

⌘ + Esc


Insert comment

Ctrl + Alt + m

⌘ + Option + m

Open discussion thread

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + a

⌘ + Option + Shift + a

Enter current comment

holding Ctrl + Alt, press e then c

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press e then c

Insert footnote

Ctrl + Alt + f

⌘ + Option + f

Move to current footnote

holding Ctrl + Alt, press e then f

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press e then f

Move to next footnote

holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then f

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press n then f

Move to previous footnote

holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then f

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press p then f

Move to next suggestion

holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then u

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press n then u

Move to previous suggestion

holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then u

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press p then u

Review suggested edits

holding Ctrl + Alt, press o then u

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press o then u

Move to next comment

holding Ctrl + Alt, press n then c

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press n then c

Move to previous comment

holding Ctrl + Alt, press p then c

holding Ctrl + ⌘, press p then c

Open comment history

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + a

⌘ + Option + Shift + a

Use keyboard shortcuts on selected comments

Reply to current comment



Move to next comment



Move to previous comment



Resolve current comment



Exit current comment




Context (right-click) menu

Ctrl + Shift + xCtrl + Shift + \Shift + F10

⌘ + Shift + \Shift + F10

File menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + fother browsers: Alt + Shift + f

Ctrl + Option + f

Edit menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + eother browsers: Alt + Shift + e

Ctrl + Option + e

View menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + vother browsers: Alt + Shift + v

Ctrl + Option + v

Insert menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + iother browsers: Alt + Shift + i

Ctrl + Option + i

Format menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + oother browsers: Alt + Shift + o

Ctrl + Option + o

Tools menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + tother browsers: Alt + Shift + t

Ctrl + Option + t

Help menu

in Google Chrome: Alt + hother browsers: Alt + Shift + h

Ctrl + Option + h

Accessibility menu(present when screen reader support is enabled)

in Google Chrome: Alt + aother browsers: Alt + Shift + a

Ctrl + Option + a

Input Tools menu(available in documents in non-Latin languages)

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + k

⌘ + Option + Shift + k

Show your browser's context menu

Shift + right-click

Shift + right-click

Text selection with keyboard

Select all

Ctrl + a

⌘ + a

Extend selection one character

Shift + Left/right arrow

Shift + Left/right arrow

Extend selection one line

Shift + Up/down arrow

Shift + Up/down arrow

Extend selection one word

Ctrl + Shift + Left/right arrow

Shift + Fn + Left arrow

Extend selection to the beginning of the line

Shift + Home

Option + Shift + Up/Down arrow

Extend selection to the end of the line

Shift + End

Shift + Fn + Right arrow

Extend selection to the beginning of the document

Ctrl + Shift + Home

⌘ + Shift + Up arrow

Extend selection to the end of the document

Ctrl + Shift + End

⌘ + Shift + Down arrow

Select current list item

holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press e then i

holding Ctrl + ⌘ + Shift, press e then i

Select all list items at current level

holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift, press e then o

holding Ctrl + ⌘ + Shift, press e then o

Text selection with mouse

Select word



Extend selection one word at a time

Double-click + drag

Double-click + drag

Select paragraph



Extend selection one paragraph at a time

Triple-click + drag

Triple-click + drag



Keyboard shortcut

Play/Pause when the seek bar is selected. Activate a button if a button has focus.


Play / Pause.

Play/Pause Media Key on keyboards

Pause/Play in player.


Mute/unmute the video.


Stop Media Key on keyboards

Moves to the next track in a playlist.

Next Track Media Key on keyboards

Seek backward/forward 5 seconds.

Left/Right arrow on the seek bar

Seek backward 10 seconds in player.


Seek forward 10 seconds in player.


While the video is paused, skip to the next frame.


While the video is paused, go back to the previous frame.


Speed up the video playback rate.


Slow down the video playback rate.


Seek to the beginning/last seconds of the video.

Home/End on the seek bar

Increase/Decrease volume 5%.

Up/Down arrow on the seek bar

Seek to the 10% to 90% of the video.

Numbers 1 to 9 on the seek bar (not on the numeric pad)

Seek to the beginning of the video.

Number 0 on the seek bar (not on the numeric pad)

Go to search box.

Activate full screen. If full screen mode is enabled, activate F again or press escape to exit full screen mode.


Activate closed captions and subtitles if available. To hide captions and subtitles, activate C again.


Move to the next video (If you're using a playlist, will go to the next video of the playlist. If not using a playlist, it will move to the next YouTube suggested video).


Move to the previous video. Note that this shortcut only works when you're using a playlist.


Open the Miniplayer.


WordPress (classic editor and Gutenberg)


Windows Keyboard Shortcut

Mac Keyboard Shortcut


Ctrl + Z

Command + Z


Ctrl + Y

Command + Y


Ctrl + X

Command + X


Ctrl + V

Command + V


Ctrl + U

Command + U


Ctrl + P

Command + P

Insert or edit link

Ctrl + L

Command + K


Ctrl + I

Command + I

Top of document

Ctrl + Home

Command + Up Arrow

End of document

Ctrl + End

Command + Down Arrow


Ctrl + C

Command + C


Ctrl + B

Command + B

Select all content

Ctrl + A

Command + A

Address format

Ctrl + 9

Command + 9

Heading 6 (H6)

Ctrl + 6

Command + 6

Heading 5 (H5)

Ctrl + 5

Command + 5

Heading 4 (H4)

Ctrl + 4

Command + 4

Heading 3 (H3)

Ctrl + 3

Command + 3

Heading 2 (H2)

Ctrl + 2

Command + 2

Heading 1 (H1)

Ctrl + 1

Command + 1

Show or hide Kitchen Sink toolbar options

Alt + Shift + Z

Option + Shift + Z

Add or remove code tag

Alt + Shift + X

Option + Shift + X

Distraction free writing mode

Alt + Shift + W

Option + Shift + W

Unordered list

Alt + Shift + U

Option + Shift + U

Insert more tag

Alt + Shift + T

Option + Shift + T

Remove link

Alt + Shift + S

Option + Shift + S

Align right

Alt + Shift + R

Option + Shift + R

Block quote

Alt + Shift + Q

Option + Shift + Q

Insert page break

Alt + Shift + P

Option + Shift + P

Numbered list

Alt + Shift + O

Option + Shift + O

Spelling check (if spelling check is activated)

Alt + Shift + N

Option + Shift + N

Insert media

Alt + Shift + M

Option + Shift + M

Align left

Alt + Shift + L

Option + Shift + L

Align justify text

Alt + Shift + J

Option + Shift + J

Keyboard shortcuts help

Alt + Shift + H

Option + Shift + H

Strikethrough of selected text

Alt + Shift + D

Option + Shift + D

Align center

Alt + Shift + C

Option + Shift + C

Insert or edit link

Alt + Shift + A

Option + Shift + A

Gutenberg Keyboard Shortcuts


Gutenberg Mac Shortcuts

Open shortcuts help.

Control + Option + H

Save changes.

Command + S


Command + Z


Shift + Command + Z

Toggle sidebar settings.

Shift + Command + ,

Open navigation block menu.

Control + Option + O

Navigate next part of the editor.

Control + ` (or)Control + Option + N

Navigate to previous part of editor.

Control + Shift + ` (or)Control + Option + P

Navigate to nearest toolbar.

Option + F10

Toggle code and visual editors.

Shift + Option + Command + M

Select selection.

Command + A

Clear selection.


Duplicate selected blocks.

Shift + Command + D

Delete selected blocks.

Control + Option + Z

Insert new block before.

Option + Command + T

Insert new block after.

Option + Command + Y

Change block type after adding new paragraph


Command + B


Command + I


Command + U

Convert text to link.

Command + K

Remove link.

Shift + Command + K


Control + Option + D

Change monospace font.

Control + Option + X

Microsoft Outlook shortcuts for Windows and Mac

This table lists the most frequently used shortcuts in Outlook in Windows.

To do this


Close a window or a menu.


Go to the Home tab.


Create a new message.


Send a message.


Insert a file.

Alt+N, A, F

New task


Delete an item (when a message, task, or meeting is selected).


Search for an item.

Ctrl+E or F3

Reply to a message.

Alt+H, R, P

Forward a message.

Alt+H, F, W

Select the Reply All option.

Alt+H, R, A

Copy an item.

Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert

Note: Ctrl+Insert is not available in the Reading pane.

Go to the Send/Receive tab.

Alt+J, S

Go to Calendar.


Create an appointment.


Move an item to a folder.

Alt+H, M, V, and select a folder from the list

Open the Save As dialog box on the Attachment tab.

Alt+J, A, 2, A, V

Check for new messages.

Ctrl+M or F9

The following table shows frequently used shortcuts in Outlook for Mac.

To do this


Save an item.


Print an item.


Undo the last action.


Redo the last action.


Minimize the active window.


Create a new folder in the folder pane.


Create a new email (in Mail view).


Hide the reading pane or show it on the right.

⌘+Backslash (\)

Hide the reading pane or show it below.

Shift+⌘+Backslash (\)

Move the selected item to a different folder.


Copy the selected item to a different folder.


Select all items in the item list if the item list is the active pane.


Minimize or expand the ribbon.


Hide Outlook.


Quit Outlook.


Start dictation.


Insert emoji.


Chrome shortcuts

Tab and window shortcuts




Open a new window

Ctrl + n

⌘ + n

Open a new window in Incognito mode

Ctrl + Shift + n

⌘ + Shift + n

Open a new tab, and jump to it

Ctrl + t

⌘ + t

Reopen previously closed tabs in the order they were closed

Ctrl + Shift + t

⌘ + Shift + t

Jump to the next open tab

Ctrl + Tab or Ctrl + PgDn

⌘ + Option + Right arrow

Jump to the previous open tab

Ctrl + Shift + Tab or Ctrl + PgUp

⌘ + Option + Left arrow

Jump to a specific tab

Ctrl + 1 through Ctrl + 8

⌘ + 1 through âŒ˜ + 8

Jump to the rightmost tab

Ctrl + 9

⌘ + 9

Open your home page in the current tab

Alt + Home

Open the previous page from your browsing history in the current tab

Alt + Left arrow

⌘ + [ or âŒ˜ + Left arrow

Open the next page from your browsing history in the current tab

Alt + Right arrow

⌘ + ] or âŒ˜ + Right arrow

Close the current tab

Ctrl + w or Ctrl + F4

⌘ + w

Close the current window

Ctrl + Shift + w or Alt + F4

⌘ + Shift + w

Minimize the current window

Alt + Space then n

⌘ + m

Maximize the current window

Alt + Space then x

⌘ + h

Quit Google Chrome

Alt + f then x

⌘ + q

Move tabs right or left with keyboard focus

Ctrl + Right arrow or Ctrl + Left arrow

⌘ + Right arrow or âŒ˜ + Left arrow

Google Chrome feature shortcuts




Show or hide the Bookmarks bar

Ctrl + Shift + b

⌘ + Shift + b

Open the Bookmarks Manager

Ctrl + Shift + o

⌘ + Option + b

Open the History page in a new tab

Ctrl + h

⌘ + y

Open the Downloads page in a new tab

Ctrl + j

⌘ + Shift + j

Open the Chrome Task Manager

Shift + Esc

Set focus on the first item in the Chrome toolbar

Shift + Alt + t

Set focus on the rightmost item in the Chrome toolbar


Switch focus to unfocused dialog (if showing) and all toolbars


Open the Find Bar to search the current page

Ctrl + f or F3

⌘ + f

Jump to the next match to your Find Bar search

Ctrl + g

⌘ + g

Jump to the previous match to your Find Bar search

Ctrl + Shift + g

⌘ + Shift + g

Open Developer Tools

Ctrl + Shift + j or F12

⌘ + Option + i

Open the Clear Browsing Data options

Ctrl + Shift + Delete

⌘ + Shift + Delete

Open the Chrome Help Center in a new tab


Log in a different user or browse as a Guest

Ctrl + Shift + m

⌘ + Shift + m

Open a feedback form

Alt + Shift + i

⌘ + Option + Shift + i

Turn on caret browsing



Skip to web contents

Ctrl + F6

Focus on inactive dialogs

Alt + Shift + a

⌘ + Option + Shift + a

Final notes

Computers being detachable part of our lives, shortcuts save us seconds, if not minutes to deliver our task on time. By invoking a few keystrokes, you can increase your productivity and turn the job into an enjoyable experience. otherwise, it will turn into the torture of finding the button to change color, edit or style your work.

Save these keyboard shortcuts on your desktop to avoid going back and forth between pages, tabs, and menus.

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