What does the ctrl key do in PowerPoint?
On its own nothing. However when used with another key it usually invokes a function.
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The ctrl key is an abbreviation for the control key. it simply allows you to preform a ton of different operations that are recognized by windows as well as the applications. …is allows for more flexibility as well examples: ctrl+c --> copy whatever is selected to the clipboard ctrl+x --> copy and then delete selected ctrl+v --> Paste the content in the clipboard ctrl+a --> select all ctrl+z --> undo
If you are in an Internet Browser that supports Tabbed Browsing, hitting the Ctrl + 2 command will navigate you to the second tab in your window.
To be able to reach it with one hand and to program the 2 control keys differently
The function of ctrl-alt-delete may vary between operating systems. In windows, it is typically used to access the task manager to monitor or shutdown various processes or to …shutdown the computer itself.
it is control
it allows the standard alphabetical and numerical keys to be used for computer functions and commands. ex. "ctrl+s" is a command commonly used to save a file
It opens a new workbook.
It will bring you to the start of a document.
The ctrl (control) key allows you to perform keyboard shortcuts
Pressing Ctrl does nothing by itself. In conjunction with other keys, it can do shortcuts for all sorts of things. Standard ones across all Office applications include Ctrl - …S for Save, Ctrl - C for Copy, Ctrl - X for Cut and Ctrl - V for Paste. These all apply to Powerpoint, as do many other standard shortcuts that involve using the Ctrl key.
goes from beginning to end.
It means control.
In Mac OS
its on the keyboard ... -_-
In Microsoft Word
it should be at the bottom left corner near the space bar.
In Microsoft Windows
In Microsoft Office it starts underlining everything you type after that.