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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/keyboard-shortcuts-in-windows-dcc61a57-8ff...

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 ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/create-a-desktop-shortcut-for-an-office...

Note: This article explains how to create a shortcut on your desktop.You can also add a program to the taskbar. If you are using Windows 10, right-click the program name or tile, click More > Pin to taskbar.If you are using Windows 8 or earlier, right-click the program name or tile, and then select Pin to taskbar.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/keyboard-shortcuts-in-office-e765366f-24fc...

Many users find that using an external keyboard with keyboard shortcuts for apps for Office helps them work more efficiently. For users with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts can be easier than using the touchscreen, and are an essential alternative to using a mouse. Here you can find links to most keyboard shortcut articles for apps for Office.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftedge/forum/msedge_other-msedge_win10/...

In Windows 7, and before, all you need to do is right click on the desk top and choose "new" - "shortcut" from the menu, and then paste the full URL from the target website into the shortcut target box. That doesn't work on Windows 10. The method, (probably relating to Microsoft's new Office web apps), is as follows -