Monday, August 10, 2020

Windows Keyboard Shortcuts: win 10, win 8, win 7

Windows Keyboard Shortcuts: Dear Friends, many of the Testexam’s users were asking about the windows keyboard shortcut. so, I have decided to write an article on it. The main thing of this article is that we have tried to include the windows keyboard shortcut for all version like WIN10, WIN8, & WIN7. we will also share the Microsoft Word and excel keyboard shortcut later on. This will surely help you in daily life and different government examination.

A complete list of Windows keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10, Windows 8 & Windows 7 including shortcuts for cut, copy, paste, and more.

Symbol of Windows Key:  Picture of the Windows logo key

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts Keys

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

Press this key To do this
Windows key   + Plus sign (+) Turn Magnifier on
Windows key  + Esc Turn Magnifier off
Windows key  + Plus sign (+) or Minus sign(-) When Magnifier is on, zoom in or out
Ctrl + Alt + mouse scroll wheel Zoom in and out using the mouse scroll wheel
Windows logo key  + Ctrl + M Open Magnifier settings
Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
Ctrl + Alt + I Invert colors
Ctrl + Alt + F Switch to full-screen view
Ctrl + Alt + L Switch to lens view
Ctrl + Alt + D Switch to docked view
Ctrl + Alt + M Cycle through views
Ctrl + Alt + R Resize the lens with the mouse
Shift + Alt + arrow keys Resize the lens with the keyboard
Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar Quickly see the entire desktop when using full-screen view

Additional accessibility keyboard shortcuts

Press this key  To do this
Right Shift for eight seconds Turn Filter Keys on and off
Left Alt + left Shift + Print screen Turn High Contrast on or off
Left Alt + left Shift + Num lock Turn Mouse Keys on or off
Shift five times Turn Sticky Keys on or off
Num lock for five seconds Turn Toggle Keys on or off
Windows key  + U Open the Ease of Access Center
Windows key  + Ctrl + C Turn color filters on or off
Windows key  + Ctrl + N Open Narrator settings
Windows key  + Ctrl + S Turn on Windows Speech Recognition
Windows key  + Ctrl + O Turn on the On-Screen Keyboard

Windows 8 Keyboard Shortcuts Keys

Ease of Access keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts that can help make your PC easier to use.

Press this key To do this
Right Shift for eight seconds Turn Filter Keys on and off
Left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen Turn High Contrast on or off
Left Alt + left Shift + Num Lock Turn Mouse Keys on or off
Shift five times Turn Sticky Keys on or off
Num Lock for five seconds Turn Toggle Keys on or off
Windows key  + U Open the Ease of Access Center

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with Magnifier.

Press this key To do this
Windows key  + plus (+) or minus (-) Zoom in or out
Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar Preview the desktop in full-screen mode
Ctrl + Alt + D Switch to docked mode
Ctrl + Alt + F Switch to full-screen mode
Ctrl + Alt + I Invert colors
Ctrl + Alt + L Switch to lens mode
Ctrl + Alt + R Resize the lens
Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
Windows key  + Esc Exit Magnifier

Narrator keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with Narrator.

Press this key To do this
Spacebar or Enter Activate current item
Tab and arrow keys Move around on the screen
Ctrl Stop reading
Caps Lock + D Read item
Caps Lock + M Start reading
Caps Lock + H Read document
Caps Lock + V Repeat phrase
Caps Lock + W Read window
Caps Lock + Page Up or Page Down Increase or decrease the volume of the voice
Caps Lock + plus (+) or minus (-) Increase or decrease the speed of the voice
Caps Lock + Spacebar Do default action
Caps Lock + Left or Right arrows Move to previous/next item
Caps Lock + F2 Show commands for the current item
Press Caps Lock twice in quick succession Turn Caps Lock on or off
Caps + Esc Exit Narrator

Narrator touch keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with the Narrator on a four-point tablet.

Press this key To do this
Tap once with two fingers Stop the Narrator from reading
Tap three times with four fingers Show all Narrator commands (including the ones not in this list)
Double-tap Activate primary action
Triple-tap Activate secondary action
Touch or drag a single finger Read what’s under your fingers
Flick left/right with one finger Move to next or previous item
Swipe left/right/up/down with two fingers Scroll
Swipe down with three fingers Start reading on the explorable text

Windows 7 Keyboard shortcuts Keys

Ease of Access keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts that can help make your PC easier to use.

Press this key To do this
Right Shift for eight seconds Turn Filter Keys on and off
Left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen Turn High Contrast on or off
Left Alt + left Shift + Num Lock Turn Mouse Keys on or off
Shift five times Turn Sticky Keys on or off
Num Lock for five seconds Turn Toggle Keys on or off
Windows key + U Open the Ease of Access Center

Magnifier keyboard shortcuts

The following table contains keyboard shortcuts for working with Magnifier.

Press this key To do this
Windows logo key + plus (+) or minus (-) Zoom in or out
Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar Preview the desktop in full-screen mode
Ctrl + Alt + D Switch to docked mode
Ctrl + Alt + F Switch to full-screen mode
Ctrl + Alt + I Invert colors
Ctrl + Alt + L Switch to lens mode
Ctrl + Alt + R Resize the lens
Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys Pan in the direction of the arrow keys
Windows key + Esc Exit Magnifier

Create keyboard shortcuts to open programs

You can create keyboard shortcuts to open programs. Before you get started, you need to create a shortcut for the program to which you want to assign a keyboard shortcut. To do this, open the folder that contains the program’s executable file, right-click it, and then click Create Shortcut.

For more information about creating shortcuts to programs, see Create or delete a shortcut.

  1. Locate the shortcut to the program that you want to create a keyboard shortcut for.
  2. Right-click the shortcut, and then click Properties.
  3. In the Shortcut Properties dialog box, click the Shortcut tab.
  4. Click in the Shortcut key box, press the key on your keyboard that you want to use in combination with Ctrl + Alt (keyboard shortcuts automatically start with Ctrl + Alt), and then click OK.  If you’re prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. If you’re using a program that also has a keyboard shortcut using the same key combination as the shortcut you just created, then your shortcut might not work.

 

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