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A Conclusive List of What Those computers F1 to F12 Keys Do

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A Conclusive List Of What Those F1 To F12 Keys Do


  1. Opens help menu when pressed with Windows button
  2. Hides/displays ribbon menu in Excel and Word when hit with Control button


  1. Alt + Ctrl + F2 opens Document Library in Microsoft Office
  2. Allows you to edit the selected folder or file name in Windows Explorer
  3. Edits the active cell in Microsoft Excel
  4. Ctrl + F2 displays a print preview in Microsoft Word


  1. Opens search feature in Windows Explorer
  2. Shift + F3 lets you change from lowercase to uppercase to all caps in Word
  3. Opens find feature in Firefox and Chrome
  4. Opens Mission Control on an Apple computer running macOS X


  1. Alt + F4 closes window
  2. Places the cursor in the address bar in Explorer


  1. Starts slideshow in PowerPoint
  2. Refreshes Internet browser pages
  3. Ctrl + F5 will completely refresh a web page, clearing the cache and downloads all content again
  4. Opens Find and Replace in Microsoft Office


  1. Goes to the next page in a split screen in Microsoft Word
  2. Ctrl + Shift + F6 lets you easily switch between Word documents


  1. Alt + F7 does a spelling and grammar check in Microsoft Word
  2. Shift + F7 open Thesaurus in Microsoft Word


  1. In Excel, enables extend mode for arrow keys
  2. Enables safe mode in Windows
  3. Displays a thumbnail image for all workspaces in macOS


  1. Refreshes document in Microsoft Word
  2. Sends and receives emails in Outlook
  3. Ctrl + F9 inserts empty fields into Word
  4. Displays a thumbnail for each window in a single workspace in macOS 10.3 or later


  1. Opens menu bar
  2. Ctrl + F10 maximizes window in Word
  3. Shift + F10 does the same thing as a right-click


  1. Exits and enter full-screen mode in browsers
  2. Shift + F11 adds a new spreadsheet in Excel
  3. Hides all open windows and shows the desktop in macOS 10.4 or later
  4. Hides all open windows and shows the desktop in macOS 10.4 or later


  1. Opens Save As in Word
  2. Shift + F12 saves Word document
  3. Ctrl + F12 opens Word document
  4. Ctrl + Shift + F12 prints Word document
  5. In macOS 10.4 or later, F12 shows and hides the dashboard
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