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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Navigating with the Keyboard and Selecting Document Objects

In the Office programs, as in most Windows programs, the mouse is your main tool for moving around in documents, positioning the insertion point or selection, and selecting objects you want to work with. But you can also navigate using the keyboard by pressing the keyboard shortcuts shown in Table 3-1. These work the same way in most of the Office programs; most of the differences are in Excel, which uses cells rather than paragraphs.

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You can also use the keyboard shortcuts shown in Table 3-1 for selecting text and objects. Move the insertion point to the beginning of what you want to ...

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